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Full text of "Index to the city council minutes from July 16, 1868, to Jan. 3, 1880"




BOSTON 
PUBLIC 
LIBRARY 




K 



INDEX 



TO THE 




CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 



FROM 



JULY 1 6, 1868, TO JANUARY 3, 1880. 



COMPILED BY 



y 



WILLIAM H. LEE 




BOSTON: 

INTED BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL. 
Rockwell and Churchill, City Printers. 

1885. 



I! 



CITY OF BOSTON. 



In Common Council, January 29, 1880. 
Ordered, That the Clerk of Committees be instructed to prepare and to print, under the 
supervision of the Joint Standing Committee on Printing, a classified Index of names and subjects 
to the twelve volumes of the Proceedings of the City Council (1868 to 1879, inclusive), the expense 
not to exceed one thousand dollars, to be charged to the appropriation for Printing. 

Passed. Sent up for concurrence. 

In Board of Aldermen, February 2, 1880. 
Read, and concurred. Approved by the Mayor, February 3, 1880. 
A true copy. 

Attest: AUG. N. SAMPSON, 

City Clerk. 






W?H[ 



INDEX. 



A street. 

1868, building : Dennis Warren a 40 

1870, buildings : Keyes & Co. a 2Ss; H. H. Rose a 14S 
encroachments : report on a 173 

1871, grading : Mary McGue, payment damages a 3S6, 3S7 

1872, nuisance : abated a 177 

1873, fence : removal ordered a 470 

1874, Hoisting beam : Frank Campbell a 29 

1876, building : J. Souther & Co. a 273 c 2S3 a 303 c 303 
grading : Boston 'Wharf Co. petition payment for work a 174 
stable : John Souther & Co. a 273, 299 

1877, edgestones : petition a 657 
grade : established a 767 
grading : petition a 411-ordered a 783 
Improvements : petition 3411 

sewer : notice intention to take land a 65o-hearing a 695 ; order 
to build a 6S2 

1878, edgestones: ordered a 3S7 
lamps : petition a 47-ordered a 752 

laying out : across tracks X.Y. & X.E. Railway, order to con- 
sider expediency a 534 c53S-report inexpedient a 624-recommitted 
c 628 a 63S; public hearing ordered c 636 a 63S; petition a 601 
c 612-report c 669-discussed, tabled a6S2-discussed, accepted a6S3; 
street commissioners requested to lay out c 069 a 6S3; order passed 
to put street in order at crossing a" 6S1, 6S3; order (CD. 105) for 
mayor to execute agreement with Boston Wharf Co. for settlement 
of suits, etc. a 722-passed a 728-assigned c 744-passed c 775 

1879, edgestones, grading, paving: ordered a 335 
extension: order for special appropriation referred a 210 c 211- 

report a 226 c 23S 
grade crossing : X.Y. & X.E.R.R. ordered to erect gates a 602 
Improvements : petition a 613 
sewer : order to build a 314 
trees : removal a 169, 1S4 

Abattoir, Inspector of. 

1877. See Provisions, Inspector of. 
Abattoir, Brighton. 

1878, weigher : J. W. Bent appointed a 250 

Abbott, Jacob, Councilman "Ward 3. 

1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on State aid c 4; fuel c 7 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to collect votes for clerk of common council, 
c 2; nominate harbor master c 5; bathing, fuel c 13; 4th July 
c 292 

Abbott Lawrence Fund. 

1873, report of second distribution a 326 

Abbott street. 

1877, stable : F. Smith a 795, 823 

Academy street. 

1878, stable: William Warren (heirs) a 600, 605 

Accounts of city departments. 

1875, committee appointed to examine system a 194 c 196-report a 3^3 

C338 
Accounts, Department of. 

1868, clerk-hire: additional allowance a 80 c So 

monthly exhibits : August (C.D.99) a 17; Sept. (CD. 104) a 22; 
Oct. (CD. in) c 3S 337; Xov. (C.D.124) a 49 c 53; Dec. (C.D.133) 
a 65 c 67 

1869, committee : election assigned, committee to nominate c i-electcd 

a 2 c 3; organization reported c 11 
auditor: A.T.Turner elected a 131 c 133; directed to examine 
books, etc., E. Boston Ferry Co., a 96-order rescinded a 102; 
authorized to report in print a 11S c 119; authorized to make clos- 
ing transfer c 62, 68 a 74 



Accounts, department of, continued. 

annual estimates : referred (C.D.33) C46 a 4S-report c 62-appro- 
priation order passed c 69 a 74 

clerk-hire : additional allowance a 233 c 23S 

leases: annual schedule (CD. 50) a 121 

monthly exhibits : Jan. (C.D.3) a 5 c 10; Feb. (CD. 20) a 2S 
C32; March (CD. 29; a 57 c 00; April (CD. 36) a S9 c 92; May 
(CD. 47) c 119 a 123: June (C.D.57) a 143 c 151 : July (CD. 67) a 167 
c 170; August (CD. 75) a 1S9 c 19S; Sept. (C.D.S4) a 202 c 207; 
Oct. (C.D.92) c 23S a 241; Xov. (CD. 103) a 273 c 27S; Dec. 
(CD. m) a 29S c 303 

1870, committee : election assigned, committee to nominate c i-elected 

a 2 c 4; organization reported a S c 10 
auditor : A. T. Turner elected a 134 c 13S; authorized to report in 

print a 119 c 121 ; annual report (C.D.60) c 203; authorized to make 

closing transfers a 23 c 25 
annual estimates : referred (CD. 32) C4S a 52-report c 73-appro- 

priation order discussed , passed c S0-S2 a SS-90 
leases : annual schedule (C.D.49) a 124 
monthly exhibits : Tfn. (C.D.io) a 6 c 10; Feb. (C.D.i9)az6c 30; 

March (CD. 25) a 51 c 56; April (C.D.3S) c S2 a S4; May (C.D.4S) 

c 131 a 133; June (CD. 55) a 156 c 161; July (CD. 72) a 1S2 c iSS; 

Aug. (CD. 75; c 204 a 207; Sept. (C.D.Si) a 217 c 222; Oct. 

(C.D.S7) c 250 a 254; Xov. (C.D.100) a 294C29S; Dec. (CD. 105) 

0324 a 326 

1871, committee : election assigned, committee to nominate c 2-elected 

a 1 c 3 ; organization reported a S c 1 1 

auditor : A. T. Turner elected a 152 c 154 ; authorized to report in 
print c 141 a 143-annual report (C.D.50) c 223 a 229; authorized to 
make closing transfers a 59 c 71 

annual estimates : to be submitted in print c 42 a 43; submitted 
and referred (CD. 19) c 63 a 63-report (CD. 23) c S2-appropriation 
order discussed, amended, passed c 91-94 a 97, 9S c 103-103-non- 
concurreda 107 -discussed, committee of conference appoiuted c III, 
112-a 115-report, inability to agree, vote to adhere a 120-report, 
vote to recede, appropriation order amended, passed c 123, 124 
a 125 

leases: annual schedule (C.D.33) a H 2 

monthly exhibits : Jan. (CD.3)a5cio; Feb. (CD. 13) a 32 C36; 
Mch. (C.D.20) a 57 C 61 ; Apr. (C D.25) a 96 c io;; May (C.D.40) 
a 142 c 146; June (C.D.49) c '7 2 a 177 J July (C.D.59) a 213 c 218; 
Aug. (C.D.65) a 245 c 251; Sept. (CD.71) a 252 c 256; Oct. 
(C.D.79) a 2SS c 293; Xov. (C.D.S6) a 330; Dec. (C.D.94) c 369 

2 373 ' . , . 

1872, committee : election assigned, committee to nominate c 2-elected 

a 3 c 4; organization reported c 10 

auditor : A. T. Turner elected a 163 c 167 ; authorized to report in 
print a 133 c 135-annual report (CD. 63) a 211 c 215; authorized 
to make closing transfer a 51 c 53 

annual estimates : referred (CD. 30) c 66 a 70-report (C.D.3S) 
c S2-discussed c So-91-discussed, appropriation order amended, 
passed c 96, 97-non-concurred a 101-votes to adhere c 104 a 10S— 
discussed, committee of conference appointed c ma 114-report 
discussion, appropriation order amended, passed a 1 17-discussion, 
non-concurrence c nS, 119-vote to adhere a 122-discussion, appro- 
priation order passed in concurrence c 126 

leases : annual schedule (CD. 50) a 139 

monthly exhibits: Jan. (C.D.4) a 6 c 10; Feb. (CD. 23) a 37 
C43; March (C.D.y) c 67 a 70; April (CD. 41) a 99 c 104: Mav 
(CD.47) a 140 c 146; June (C.D.66) a 1S3 c iSS; July (CD. 74") 
a 203 c 207 ; August (C.D.S2) a 227 c 231; Sept. (C.D.S5) c 247 a 
250; Oct. (C.D.9S) a 2S1 c 290; Xov. (CD. 116) a 375 c 379 

1873, committee : election assigned, committee to nominate c 2-clected 

a 3 c 5 ; organization reported c 17 a 23 
auditor: A. T. Turner elected a 221 c 224; authorized to report 

in print c 195 a 197-annual report (C.D.79) a 2 77 c -S3; authorized to 

make closing transfers a 57 c 39 a 63 
annual estimates: referred (CO. 34) c 93 a 102-report (CD. 

45) c 122-appropriation order passed c 13S a 140 
leases : annual schedule (CD. 74) a 206 
monthly exhibits : Feb. (C.D.24) c 49 a 53; March (C.D.34) 

C09: April (C.D.59) a '40 c '54.1 May (C.D.68) a 196 c 20^; June 

(CD.S2) a 23S c 243 ; July (C.D.91) c 2S5 a 288; Aug. (CD. 101) 

a 311 c 329; Sept. (CD. 104) a 341 c 346; Oct. (C.D.116) a 398; Xov. 

(CD. 122) c 462 a 46S; Dec. (CD. 132) a 513 c 521 



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ACCOUNTS 



ADAMS 



Accounts, Department of, continued. 

1874, committee: election assigned, committee to nominate c 3-elected 
a 2 c 5; organization reported a 9 c 10 . 

auditor : A. T. Turner elected a 303 c 309; authorized to report in 
print a 256, 262 C272-annual report (CD. 56) a 410 c 418; authorized 
to make closing transfers a 151 c 159; communication relative to 
contingent fund a 541 c 547; communication relative to payment 
execution a 678 c 684 

annual estimates : referred (CD. 29) c no a 115-report (CD. 32) 
c 133-discussed, assigned c 141-145-appropriation order discussed, 
passed c 162, 163-discussed, amended, passed a 166, 167-non-con- 



179-iSi-discussed, amended, 



curred c 174-discussed, tabled a 

passed a 189, 190 c 197 
leases : annual schedule (CD. 46) a 266 
monthly exhibits : Jan. (CD. 13) c6a8; Feb. (CD. 21) a 47 

c 57; March (CD. 30) a 1 15 c i^o; April (CD. 39) a 192 c 197; May 

(C.D.43) c 272 a 282; June (C.D.5S) c 325 a 32S; July (CD.64) 

c 438; August (CD. 76) a 4S3 c 511 ; Sept. (C.D.79) a 505 c <;i 1 ; 

Oct. (C.D.83) c 557 a 559; Nov. (C.D.95) a 606 c 616; Dec. (CD. 

104) a 678 c 6S4 

1875, committee : election assigned, committee to nominate c 2-elected 

c 5; vacancy filled c 16 a 19; organization reported c 28 
auditor : committee to nominate c 277 a 278-nominated c 299-A. 
T. Turner elected a 30S c 31 1 ; salary established a 295, 308 c 311, 
325; statement relative to clerk-hire a 166; authorized to report in 
print a 264 c 271-annual report (CD. 72) 03833393; authorized 
to make closing transfers c 106 a in 
annual estimates: referred (C.D.32) c 103 a m-report (CD. 37) 
c 140-appropriation order discussed and passed c 153-discussed 
a 165, 1S9, 190-amended, passed a 191 c 19s 
monthly exhibits : (Jan. (CD.4) c 5; Feb. (CD. 21) a 47 c 50; 
March (CD. 34) a 112 c 115; April (CD. 47) a 201 c 211 ; May 
(C.D.66) a 294 c 299; June (CD. 72) a 333 c 33S; July (C.D.91) a 420 
C425; August (C.D.94) a 447 c 459; Sept. (C.D.98) 3466 c 46S; 
Oct. (CD. 103) c 545 a 547; Nov. (CD. 103) a 622 c 625; Dec. 
(CD. 124) c 715 a 717 

1876, committee : election assigned, committee to nominate c 5-elected 

a 1 c 6; organization reported a 15 c 19 

auditor : A. T. Turner elected a 325 c 330; bond approved a 354; 
authorized to report in print a 27S c 2S3, 304-annual report (CD. 
56) a 406 c 415; authorized to make closing transfers a 159 c 164, 
1S8; communication relative to water-works c 637 

annual estimates ; referred (C.D.31) c 119 a 134-report (CD.35) 
c 165-discussed, assigned c 1S6, iS8-discussed, amended, recom- 
mitted c 199, 205-non-concurred, discussed, amended, passed a 207, 
209-tahled c 2iS-motion to take from table lost c 222-discussed, 
amended, passed c 240, 242 a 244 

monthly exhibits : Jan. (CD. 5) a 12 c 16; Feb, (CD. 23) a 62 
C70; March (CD. 33) a 13SC 140; April (C.D.40) c 223 a 226; May 
(C.D.4S) c 304 a 310; June (C.D.63) a 3SS c 362; July (C.D.75) 
a 432 c 435 ; August (C.D.S3) a 476 c 499; Sept. (C.D.S6) c 502 a5o6; 
Oct. (C.D.90) c 549 a 550; Nov. (C.D.95) asS6cS97; Dec. (CD. 
100) c 676 a 6S3 

1877, committee : election assigned, committee to nominate c 4-elected 

c 5 a 8; organization reported c 14 

auditor : committee to nominate c 6 a 9-A. T. Turner nominated 
and elected c 3S6 a 391 ; authorized to report in print a 305 c 308- 
nnnual report (C.D.52) c 462; communication relative to sinking- 
funds c 255 a 25S; authorized to make closing transfers c 141 
a 149 

annual estimates : referred (C.D.2S) c 136 a 148-report (C.D.40) 
c 219-appropriation order discussed, passed c 22S-236-discussed, 
amended, passed a 24i-24S-discussed, substitute order passed 
c 253-amended, passed a 261 c 270 

books, accounts, and bills : ordinance requiring same to be 
open to public inspection c 693-referred c 701 a 704-report, new 
draft c Si4-ordinance passed c 829-indefinitely postponed a S40 

leases : annual schedule (CD. 47) a 321 

monthly exhibits : Jan. (CD.4) a 9 c J 3; Feb. (CD. 17) a 55 
c 58; March (CD. 27)' a 135 c 137; April (CD. 39) c 219 a 223; 
May (C.D.45) a 320 c 324; June (CD. 56) a 391 c 403 ; July (CD. 
68) a 490 c 494; August (C.D.75) a jjSo c 603; Sept. (CD. 77) a 595 
C603; Oct. (C.D.Si) a 641 c 651; Nov. (C.D.SS) c 720 a 725; Dec. 
(C.D.95) c 77S a 7S1 

refreshment bills : order to submit monthly statement c 531- 
discussed, tabled c 532 

1878, committee : election assigned, committee to nominate c 3-elected 

a 1 c 5 ; organization reported a 10 c 12 

auditor: committee to nominate c 7 a 9-A. T. Turner elected a 
342 c 370; bond approved a 604; authorized to report in print 
a 290 c 291-annual report (C.D.55) c 414 a 427; authorized to 
make closing transfers c 105, 120, 121, 156 a 158 

annual estimates : referred (C.D.25) c 9S, a 109-report (CD. 30) 
c 132-discussed, assigned c 157-164-discussed, appropriation 
order passed c 172-174-motion to reconsider discussed, rejected 
c iSS-190-order discussed, passed a 195-197 

laborers : order to pay semi-monthly referred c 91 a 95-report 
c 1S2 a 1S3 

leases : annual schedule (C.D.44) a 304 c 30S 

monthly exhibits : Jan. (CD.4) c 4aS; Feb. (CD. 21) c 45 a 
53; March (CD. 26) c 105 a 109; April (CD.35) a 1S3 c 187; May 
(C.D.43) a 290 c 291; June (C.D.5S) a 357 c 368; July (C.D.65") 
a 446 c 451; August (CD. 71) a 490 c 520; Sept. (CD. 74) 3513 
C520; Oct. (C.D.77) 35650575; Nov. (C.D.Si) a 604 c 612; Dec. 
(C.D.Sg) c 667 a 675 

1879, committee: election assigned, committee to nominate c 5-nomi- 

nated c 9-clected 33011; organization reported c 28 



Accounts, Department of, continued. 

auditor: committee to nominate c 5 a 14 c 12 a 13-change in a 39; 
A. T. Turner nominated and elected a 370 c 373, 380; authorized 
to make closing transfers a 1S4 c 1S9, 199; authorized to report in 
print a 335 c 337-annual report (CD. 70) c 445 a 459; communica- 
tion relative to water debt a 713 ; statement relative to water debt 
a 716, 718-720 

annual estimates : referred (CD. 27) c 146 a 169-majority and 
minority reports (C.D.45) discussed, majority appropriation 
order passed a 230-237-discussed, recommitted, c 269, 270, a 2S2- 
majority and minority reports (C.D.56) minority report sub- 
stituted, appropriation order discussed, amended, passed c 2S9-299 
a 307-310 

leases : annual schedule (C.D.63) a 3<5S c 372 

monthly exhibits: Jan. (CD.4) 07a 14; Feb. (CD. 18) 
a 90 c 92; March (CD. 29) c 168 a 169; April (CD. 42) a 224 
c 238; May (C.D.59) a 352 c 353; June (C.D.75) 34020405; July 
(C.D.S3) 04733477; Aug. (C.D.90) C510 a 513; Sept. (C.D.95) 
0532,3536; Oct. (CD. 104) a 5S0 c 582; Nov. (CD. 114) c 640 
a 641 ; Dec. (CD. 122) c 678 a 679 

Accounts, County. 

I860, committee : appointed a 5 

1870, committee : appointed 35 

1871, committee : appointed a 5 

order to consider expediency of repealing act relative to payment 
of expenses by Boston c 3S0 3 382-report, order to petition modi- 
fication of statutes a 403, c 405 

1872, committee : 3ppointed a 6 
appointed a 9 
appointed a 7 
appointed 3 7 
sppointed 311 
sppointed a 8 
appointed a 8 
appointed c 13 



187IS, committee 

1874, committee 

1875, committee 

1876, committee 

1877, committee 

1878, committee 

1879, committee 



Acton street. 

1871, nuisance : 3b3ted a 189 
1873, nuisance: abated a 377 

Adams, Charles Francis, Jr. 

1872, resolution of thanks for 4th of July oration a 205 c 207 
Adams, Bbenezer, Councilman Ward 14. 

1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on engineer's department, water c 17 
remarks : Hook and Ladder house 4 C390; heating apparatus, 
Engine 24, c 416; water for Brookline c 487 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate superintendent sewers c 6; 

fire department, water 13 
elected : director ferries c 14 a 19 
remarks : fire commissioners' report c8i ; firemen's salaries 146; 

new engine-houses 259; water supply 27S, 347, 675 

1878, qualified as member common council c 1 
unseated : c 4 

elected : director ferries a 128 c 135 

Adams, Freeborn, Jr., Councilman Ward 12. 

1871, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on assessors' department, bathing, police 

c 10; nominate superintendent sewers, trustees public library c 4 
remarks : badges c 23; Back-bay bridges 46; soldiers' monu- 
ment 225 ; salary bill 226, 267 
1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on state aid c 4-nominate superintendent 
of bridges c 5-assessors' department, bathing c 10-free concerts 

c I3S 
remarks : salary bill c 80 

Adams, John, statue of. 

1876, mayor requested to petition for cannon to be used for erecting statue 
of c 420 a 432 

Adams, Samuel, statue of. 

1879, order to consider expediency of erecting a 439-report, contract with 

Anne Whitney authorized a 601 ; order passed to place in Adams 
square a 623, 658 

Adams, Sydney E., Councilman Ward 5. 

1876, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee to nominate city messenger c 10; police, 
public institutions c 17; nominate clerk of committees C30; investi- 
gation of veget3ble market c 70 

remarks: committee expenses c 42; Mystic-valley sewer c 52-55, 
291; inspectors of elections c 94; S3l3ries c 10S, no, 288; 
Boston water bosrd c 123, 439; election of second 3ssistant assess- 
ors c 219, 220; appropriation bill c 202, 241; Haymarket-square 
urinal c 242; license commissioners c 2S3; Fourth of July c 290, 
291, 307, 30S; pay of city laborers c 396, 400; sslsries of license 
commissioners c 417; bound3ry line between Boston and Somer- 
ville c 457; widening South street c 461 ; Winthrop railroad c 462; 
Egleston-square school-house c 51S; legality of election of Leon- 
ard R. Cutter c 520; fire commissioners c 542; removal of portraits 



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ADAMS 



ALBANY 



Adams, Sydney B., continued. 

in Faneuil Hall c 599, 600; reduction of water-rates c 636; Swett- 
street extension c 65S; safety of public halls, etc. c 6S1 ; right to 
sound false fire-alarms c 699, 716; care of almshouses c 737; new- 
city charter c 714 

Adams place. 

1870, nuisance : abated a 342 

1872, claim : Catherine Ballantine c 215, a 21S a 257 c 261 

Adams place, Roxbury. 
1877, lamps : petition a 626, S54 

Adams school-house. 

1875, master's room, request for c 343 a349-report inexpedient c 392 a 393 
1877, repairs, request for c 236 a 23S-report, discussion, ordered c 466, 
467, a 472 

Adams square. 

1879, named : a 65S 

statue : of Samuel Adams located in a 623, 65S 

Adams street. 

1868, widening : Bowker, Torrey, & Co., petition, apportionment of 

betterments a 29-apportioned a 31 

1869, nuisance : abated a 175 

Adams street, Charlestown. 

1879, railroad : Middlesex a 477, 493, 495, 496, 512, 526, 574 



waterins 



petition a 325 



Adams street, Dorchester. 

1870, buildings : Eddy Bros, a 294; G. McBride a 285 
poles : W. L. Bradley a 70, 11S 

stable : Brock & Crane a 326 

1871, buildings : James Pope, James McGovern a 22 
railroad : Old Colony a 349, 363 

stables: Brock & Crane a 14, 71, 100; L. M. Lee a 241, 244; J. 

McGovern a 49, 59; Edw. Pierce a 33S, 347 
1873, building : D. Eddy & Son a 297 c 30S a 319 c 32S 

grade : petition leave to raise a 243-granted a 372, 375 

stables : James Collins a 139, 154; M. A. King- a 2S0, 292 

trees : removal a 2S0, 299 

widening : sale of buildings authorized a 1S5 c iSS; J. E. Brock, 

petition damages a 264 

1873, building : S. S. Woodcock a 217 c 224, 227 a 230 
sewer : petition a 160 

1874, edgestones : ordered a 361, 370-schedule, etc. a 6St 
improvements : petition a 149 

land : J. Farrington c 310 a 314, 613 c 616 a 622, 747 c 755 

sewer : order ot notice a 152, 164-to build a io^-schedule, etc. 

a 596, 600 
stables : Charles Backus a 164, 193; P. J. Minton a 149, 170 
widening : no action necessary a 253 

1875, building : J. Cavanagh a 436, 447, 752, 775 
edgestones : petition a 451-ordered a 455 
grading: H. M. Holt, petition for damages a 345 
sewer : petition a 239 

1876, building : John S. Blair a 447, 465 

grading : damages, P. Quinn, petition a 44-payment a 194 — Ade- 
line L. Holt, payment a 277 — Edward F. Pierce, payment a 277 — A. 
C. & S. Loud, petition a 464 

land : St. John's Universalist Society a 321, 432 c 435 

sewer : between Park and Parkman sts., order or notice a 355, 
366-order to build 367; between Parkman and Centre sts., order 
of notice 537, 550-order to build a 553-schedule, etc. a 701 ; between 
Parkman and Mill sts., petition a 483 

stable : B. W. Munroe a 4S3, 493 

trees : removal a 523, 565 

■widening : payment, land, etc. St. John's Universalist Society 
a 367; order to sell building 3367 c 373 

1877, building : \Y. R. Cavanagh a 7S1, 795 
crossing : petition a 6S1 

edgestones : petition a 432-ordercd a 320, 580 
grading, macadamizing : petition a 594-ordered a 320 
sewer : petition a 44S; Arcadia to Robinson St., order notice a 510, 

533-t° build a 555; Centre to Kintf St., order notice a 33S, 361; 

assessments abated, F. E. Benedict a 267, 745— Albert Nichols 

a 226 
widening: payment land, etc., F. \V. Howe a 6S2 — C. Xewhall 

a 5SS— W. W. ll. Richards a 699— Russell & Torrey a 646— A. C. 

Train a 660 

1878, building : W. It. Cavanagh a 3S1, 399 

grading, macadamizing : order a 572-discussed 573-passed 

574 
improvements : petitions a 26, 126, 56S 
lamps I petition a 600 
sewer: order of notice a 344, 357-to build 400-schedule, etc. 712, 

75 2 
sidewalks : ordered a 593 
stable : Lorin Clark a 37, 54 
trees: removal a 1S3, 275 
watering : petitions a 318, 604 
widening : payment land, etc., J. G. Havnes a 21— M. C. Warren, 

J. It. Norton, E. B. Stoddard, \V. II. Warren a 184; notice to 

quit a 605 



Adams street, Dorchester, continued. 

1879, edgestones: schedule a 393 ; petition a 433-ordered a 4S0 
improvements : petition a 1S3 
macadamizing and gutters : ordered a 4S0 
relocation: payment laud, etc., J. Brooks a 519 — E. S. Butters 
a 643 — C. E. Folsom a 210 — D. Harwood a 516 — C. King a 643 — S. 
R. Lewis a 493 — M. D. Spaulding a 673 — S. Tolman a 501 
1879, sewer: petition a 139-remonstrance a 169-report, no action a 335 
sidewalk : petition a 1S3, 402, 641 
-watering : Patrick Hart, petition payment a 525-refused a 540 

Adams street, Dorchester. (Lot cor. Bowdoin and Church 
streets. See Eaton square.) 

Adams 3treet, Roxbury. 

1868, stone wall : removal ordered a 2S 
1879, lamps : petition refused a 705 

trees : removal a 374 c 3S0 a 404 

Additional supply. (Sec Water.) 
Adjourn, Adjournment. 

1871, motion in order when another motion is pending c 78 

1872, motion may be made after call for yeas and nays c 416 

1873, motion cannot be renewed although call for yeas and nays has in- 

tervened c 440 

1874, motion not in order when previous question has been ordered a 71 ; 

when quorum is not present president must declare council ad- 
journed c 202; motion unnecessary when no quorum present 
469, 470 

1875, power of president to declare 23S 

1879, motion always in order c 157; when quorum is not present president 
may declare council adjourned c 162, 264, 265, 3S6; for want of quo- 
rum c 253, 612; cannot be moved when member is speaking c 61S 

Advertisements. (Sec Show Boards.) 

Advertiser, Boston Daily. 

1869, contract with for advertising c 7S a So 

Advertising, City. 

1869, order to contract for a So c 77 

1870, Publishers of daily newspapers petition for hearing in regard (o 

rates a 5S 
to be charged to department appropriations a 101 c 104 
additional appropriation a 202 c 203 

1877, order to consider expediency of placing in charge of supt. of print- 

ing c 532 a 533 

African Episcopal Society, Trustees of. 

1878, notice of enclosure of land, Charles street a 500 

Akron street. 

1871, sewer :Jpetition a 14S 
187!i, grade established a 377 

sewer : petition a 297; order of notice a 3SS, 39S-order to build 
a 423 

1873, sewer : order to build a 170; schedule, etc. a 532, 547 

1874, edgestones, gutters, crosswalks : ordered a 527 
obstructions : removal ordered a 303 

1875, side-walks: petition a 465-ordered a 479-schedule, etc. a 6S7 
-widening : payment land, etc. S. C. Bixby a 764 

1876, sidewalks : T. M. Lord, assessment abated a 159 

1877, sidewalks : petition a 237-ordered a 510; schedule, etc. a 396 

1879, stable : Mary E. Bartlett a 104, 225 

Alaska street. 

18 70, edgestones : ordered a 102 
sidewalks : petition a 43 

1871, lamps : petition a 2S7 

1873, stable : Silas Potter a 410, 419 

1875, lamps: a 610, 734 

sewer : petition a 220-order notice 263-to build 278-schedule, etc. 
717, 734'' 

stables: E. M. Powell a 111, 123; James Bolton .1332, 350; S. Pot- 
ter a 527, 548 

1876, crossing: petition a 648-ordered a 665 

1877, stable : J. S. Kemp a 170, 202 

1878, edgestones, sidewalks : petition a 145-ordered a 447 

1879, edgestones : petitions a 492,597, 66S-ordered a 502, 626 
sidewalks : petition a 397-ordercd a 626 

Alban street. 

1874, grade: established a 29 
1876, building : J. Quirk a 243,245 

lamps : petition a 511 

stable : E. W. Fowler a 336, 355 

Albano street. 

1871>, improvements: petition a 511 

Albany place. 

1872, nuisance : abated a 224 



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ALBANY- 



ALBION 



Albany street. 



Chamberlin & Marston a 20; W. R. Summers & 



1868, buildings 

Co. a 33 

grading : transfer from appropriation a 44 c 47 a 51 
railroad : Albany-st. freight a 65 
widening : Martin Lennon, petition payment land a 69 

1869, buildings : J. M. Adams a 56; N. Adams a 188; C. G. Bird, jr. 

a 121 ; J. C. Cooper a 173 ; Thomas Keyes a 41 

bulkhead : construction ordered a 108 

grade : revised grade established a 327 

grading : W. P. Emerson, damages refused a 102 

nuisance : petition abatement a 17 

petroleum : Hill & Brooke a 294 

railroads : Albany-st. freight a 24, 35; Metropolitan a 285, 295, 
312, 325 

sewers : order of notice a 165, i6S-schedule, etc. a 298, 304 

stable : D. Hefferin a 84, 89 

stationary engine: Smith &LovettaS6, 101, 109 

widening, extension, grading: petition c 76, a 80, a 79; 
order to remove obstructions a 125; Martin Lennon refused pay- 
ment land, etc. a 130 

1870, buildings : Boston Kindling Wood Co. a 273; P. Hanlon a 132, 

294; A. \V. Hanson a 51 ; J. W. Leatherbee a 62, 75, 148; E. Par- 
kinson a 302; B. F. Prescott a 285; J- Sears & Son a 263; A. T. 
Stearns & Sons, a 30S; T. B. Swett a 308; C. Tilden, Jr., a 195 

edgestones : ordered a 144, 149 

drain, cesspool : ordered a 149 

gutters, macadamizing : ordered a 149 

gravelling, cesspools: ordered a 326 

land : C. F. Brown a 182 c 188, 204 a 208; sale authorized a 88 
c 91 a 175 c 17S a 1S6 c 18S; S. Whittier a 95 c 98 

nuisance : abated a 202, 210, 289 

paving : ordered a 149 

railroad : Albany Freight a 37, 54, 59, 63, 72, 152, 359 

stables: Clark & Leatherbee a 144, 1^9, 159; J. VV. Leatherbee 
a 135, 142, 223, 230; Boston Kindling ^ood Co. a 283, 2S7 

stationary engine : Grover & Baker a 75 

tenements : order of inquiry into combustible character a 30S 

water-pipes : petition a 245 c 250 a 255 c 260 

1871, building : A. T. Stearns a 22 

derrick guy : Leatherbee Brothers refused a 309 

land : opposite city hospital placed in charge of committee c 192 

a 197; H. R. Plimpton c 341 a 345, 397 c 405 
nuisance : abatement a 10S, 144 
paving : petition a S7-ordered a 125, 152, 235, 239 
railroad : Metropolitan a 1S4, 217, 235, 242, 252 
side-walks : schedule, etc. a 45; George Curtis, assessment abated 

a 59; ordered a 119; petition reduction width a i67~width fixed a iSS 
stables: J. A. Ross a 5, 14; M.J. Putney a 158, 168 
stationary engines: G. A. Hentz a 5S, 66; J. F. Paul & Co. 

a 345, 363; C. R. Richardson a 16, 32, 39 
1873, buildings : Bullard, Thomas, & Co. a 113 c 118 a 123 c 127; 

W. Clark & Co. c 182 a iSS c 195 a 197; Crowley & Coughlan 

a 171 c 179 a 1S4 c 18S; J. F. Paul a 210 c 215 a 223 c 231; A. 

T. Stearns & Co. a 122 c 127 a 143 c 146 
edgestones : ordered a 164 
grade : petition a 6-no action necessary a 23 
land: George Curtis a 51 c 53; Wm. Evans a 24J c 247; land 

department a 93 c 96 
nuisance : abated a 41, 71, 205 
paving: petition a 131-ordered a 164, 175 
pipes : G. H. Moseley & Co. a 92, 103; J. F. Paul & Co. a 280, 

294 
railroads: Albany-st. Freight a 311,336; E. F. Meany a 218, 

224, 237 
sewer : collection assessments a 88 
stables : W. Clark & Co. a 183, 193; M. A. Hayes a 6S, 87; G. S. 

& W. Howe a 131, 142 
stationary engine : Smith American Organ Co. a 152, 1S3, 

192 

1873, buildings : F. J. Downes a 217 c 224, 267 a 269 ; G. G. Elder & Son 

a 169 c 175 194 a 197; E. F. Meany a 350 c 356 a 383 c 390; J. F. 

Paul a 325 c 329 a 352 c 356 ; W. Pope & Son c 462 a 46S, 534 c 539 ; 

Stanley, Gore, & Co. a 367, 3S3 
claim : Sisters of St. Joseph's Home a 101 c 105 a 151 c 154 
grade : petition revision a 367 
kiln : T. W. Carter a 111, 127, 140, 566 
land: Cummings & Carlisle c 346 a 352, 3S3 c 390; Martin Hayes 

c 193 a 197, 209 c 212; J. B. Smith c 485 a 4S9, 516 c 521 
paving : petition a 277-ordered a 302 
railroads: Albany-street freight a 170, 277; Hinckley locomotive 

works a 162 
sluiceway : petition a 247 
stationary engines : G. W. Bowker a 300, 310, 317 ; Cummings & 

Carlisle a 277, 300, 305, 341 

1874, buildings : E. Ball a 251 c 257; S. H.Tarbell c 536 a 540, 563 c 565 
culvert : Leatherbee Bros., petition payment damages by a 46- 

refused a 1 18 
edgestones, sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 623 
hoisting-beam : H. Snelling & Co. a 30 
lamps : petition a 236 
land: J. Hanning a 2S2 c 290 a 342 c 344; Richard Leeds c 310 

a 3H> 377 c Z Sl > Martin Hayes a 313 c 323 a 377 c 381; F.J. Downes 

c 291 a 300, 316 c 324; lamp department a 321 c 323; S. B. Smith 

a 687 c 700 a 741 c 755 
paving : ordered a 544, 553 
railroad : Metropolitan a 1S9 



is a 3S7, 415 
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Albany street, continued. 

sewer: petition a 447; order notice a 463, 471-to build a 492- 

schedule, etc. a 687, 708 
stable : H. Crafts & Sons 
stationary engine : J. W. Greenleaf a 706 

1875, buildings : H. Snelling & Co. a 26S, 30S c 311 ; W. R. Cavanagh 

a 5°7> Soi 
gutters : petition a 452 

hoisting-beam : Howland, Luce, & Co. a 239, 264 
land : Alfred Newhall c 90 a 92 c 105 a 111 ; E. A. Cushing c 325 

a 332, 375 c 381 ; Richard Leeds a 373 c 381 a 423 c 425; Martin 

Hayes a 373 c 381 a 423 c 425; H. R. Plympton a 446 c 459 a 466 

c 468; S. B. Smith a 733 c 744 a 767a c 707& 
railroad : Boston & Albany a 547 
stables : J. M. Carter a 762; Blacker & Shepard a 717, 735 

1876, buildings : ~\. S. Lyons c 320 a 322 a 338 c 342; Walter J. Roberts 

c SS4 a 562, 587 c S97 

edgestones and sidewalks : petition a 468-ordered a 480 

grade : established a 481 

land : T. W. Carter a 366 c 373 a 489 c 499 ; Massachusetts homoe- 
opathic hospital a 687 c 6S9 ; Richard Leeds a 24S, 410 c 415 ; Martin 
Hayes a 385, 432 c 435 ; Alfred Newhall a 432 c 435 

name : petition for change a 133, 159 

railroad : Boston & Albany a 32, 113, 322, 347, 468, 523, 537, 586/605 

stables : Thomas H. Carter a 25; J. Dollman etal. a 133; Frohock & 
Young a 113, 133, 179,206, 249; lamp department a 213; H. Crafts 
& Sons a 294, 311 ; John S. Lyons a 310, 325 

1877, claim : Ellen Smith a 703, c 718 
grading : petition a 277 

land : 1. W. Carter a 17 c 23 a 101 c 118, 139 a 657 c 669 a 796 
c S03, 829 a O40 c 846 a 853 ; G. A. P. Darling a 389 c 403 a 436 
c 440; M. Hayes a 361 c 381 a 436 c 440; J. F. Paul a 94 c 95; 
Alfred Newhall a 279 c 286, 310 a 338 c 352, 383; H. R. Plympton 
a 767 c 770 

railroad : South Boston a 781 

stable : Trustees City Hospital a 223, 241 

watering: license revoked a 436 

1878, furnace : Peet Valve Co. a48S 

land: Ira Russell & Co. a 145 c 152 a 305 c 308; S. B & M. J. 

Smith a 514 c 520 a 656 c 663 
paving : ordered a 428 

railroads : Metropolitan a 488; S. Boston a 753, 757 
repairs : petition a 675 
stable : M. J. Wood a 66, 1S4 

1879, buildings: O. Bearse & Son a 641 c 646 a 659c 662; T. W. 

Carter a 3S7 c 395 ; L. B. Morse a 387 c 395 ; S. H . Stratton a 374 

C380 
claims : P. J. Lally et al. a 495 c 505 a 722 
edgestones : petition removal a 534-granted a 580 
land : T. W. Carter a 254 c 265 a 334 c 337, 359 ; M. Hayes c 701 

a 702 c 734 a 739; S. S. Rowe & J. W. F. Hobbs c 491 a 492 
railroad : Metropolitan a 462 

sidewalks : ordered a 462 ; petition removal a 534-granted a 5S0 
stationary engine : A. Ceppi & Co. a 325, 374 
watering : petitions a 363, 374 

Albany-street bridge, over B. & A. R.R. 

1871, rebuilding : agreement with B. & A. R.R. a 28 c 30 

1876, rebuilding : agreement with B. & A. R.R. a 46S c 472 

1877, X'epairs : ordered a 596 

Albany-street bridge, over Roxbury Canal. 

1868, superintendent: petition appointment Franklin Winchester a 43 
drawbridge : petitions a 2c, 22, 23, 24 

1869, bulkhead : ordered a 191 

1871, repairs : authorized a 159, 167; closed a 216 

1872, repairs : closed for a 94-ordered a 103 

1874, repairs : closed for a 740 

1875, closed : during dredging under draw a 517 
repairs : closed for a 137-ordered a 440 

1877, repairs : closed for repairs a 646 

1878, claims: T. McCarthy a 621 c 628; Henry Nolan c 690 a 696 
closed : for filling Roxbury canal a 723, 728 

Albany-street Freight Railway Co. 

18458, location: Albany ST., petition a 65-order notice a 70-hearing a 82 

1869, location: Albany ST., granted a 24-accepted (CD. 16) a 35 

1870, steam power : petition leave to use a 37-order of notice a 54- 

hearing a 59, 63-remonstrance, leave granted a 72; order passed 
allowing continued use a 152; petition for leave to use a 352- 
- granted a 359 
1872, steam power : use authorized a 311, 336 
187S, freight cars : petition for removal from streets a 277 
steam power : use of restricted a 190 
turnout : authorized to change location a 170 

Albert street. 

1874, edgestones and gutters : ordered a 461, 471 
sidewalk : petition a 351 

1875, sidewalk : schedule, etc. a 448; ordered a 456-schedule, etc. a 622 

Albion court. 

1875, name : petition for change to Albion square a 703-named Albion 
place a 753 
trees : removal a 478, 76S 



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ALBION 



ALDERMEN 



Albion place. 

1875, uamed : a 753 

Albion street. 

1889, edgestones and sidewalks : ordered a 156 
1S70, building: W. H. Stone a 70 

nuisance : abated a 119 
1871, sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 45 

1873, sewer : discontinued a 31 

grading : Elijah Russell, payment for estate taken c 57 a 59 

1873, sewer: order notice a 384,398-10 build a4io-schedule, etc. a 532, 547 

1874, sewer : Elizabeth Trowbridge, assessment abated a 499 

1876, land : Martin Downey, Benj. S. Rowe a 4S9 c 499 a 513, 523 c 530 

1877, land: John B. Regan 3536 c 540 a 767 c 770, 7S9 

1878, edgestones : ordered a 252 
gutters : ordered a 252 
sidewalks : petition a 546, 566 

1879, sewer : rebuilding ordered a 424 
sidewalk : petitions a 402, 552, 692-ordered a 573 

Albion street, Dorchester. 



1873, stable : C. A. Smith a 107 



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Albion street, Roxbury. 

1877, edgestones, grading: petition a 432 
Albioa sbreet, West Roxbury. 

1878, lamps : petition a 603-ordered a 727 

Alden court. 

1873, paving: petition 3341 

stationary engine : John Stetson a 325, 367 

Alden street. 

187(), building : J. S. Crooker a 93 
1873, paving : petition a 341 

1875, pipe : Walker, Pratt & Co., petition a 547-granted a 561 
building : M. \V. Tate, a 547, 561 

1877, paving : petition a 277-ordered a 320 

1878, widening : C. S. Eaton, paid land, etc. a 169 

Aldermen, Board of. 

1868, eliairman : authorized to sell stock of Continental Bank a 3S- 

vote of thanks and response a 90 
unfinished business : referred to next board a S9 
final proceedings: order to print (CD. 157) a S9, 90; adjourn- 
ment sine die a 90 

1869, organization : a 2 

chairman: Benjamin James elected a 2; vote of thanks to and 

response a 342 
meetings : time fixed a 2 
members : order relative to increasing number c 310-discussed, 

amended, passed c 322-rejected a 325 
minors : authorized to license sales bv a 9 c 10 
recount : ballots in Ward 1, petition a 12-report a 18 
rules : of 1S6S adopted, committee appointed to revise a 2-report, 

rules for 1S69 adopted a 5 
summer vacation: a 175 
unfinished business : committees to resume a 14; referred to 

next board a 342 
final proceedings: order to print (CD. 129) a 342-adjournment 

sine die a 342 

1870, organization : a 2 

chairman : Xewton Talbot elected a 2; address a 2; vote of 

thanks to and response a 36S, 369 
badges : expense to be charged to incidentals a 34 c 35 
contested election : petition for recount of votes cast for Robert 

Cowdin and Chas. Richardson a 2-repnrt, leave to withdraw a S; 

petition Chas. Richardson contesting election of Robert Cowdin 

a 5-report a 14 
invitations : to attend anniversarv Fost 32 G.A.R. a 302; to visit 

Schwabe collection of paintings a 326 
meetings : time fixed a 2 

minors : authorized to license sales by a 9 c 10 
rules : of 1S69 adopted, committee appointed to revise a 2-report, 

rules for 1S70 adopted a 5 
summer vacation : a 194 
unfinished business: committees to resume a 9; referred to 

next board a 366 
visitors : Friace Arthur and sn ite a 2S 
final proceedings: order to print (C.D.123) adjournment sine 

die a 369 

1871, organization : a 1 

chairman: C. E. Jenkins elected a i-address a 1; authorized to 

approve bills a 144; vote of thanks to and response a 413 
Contingent fund : expenditures from a 144 
invitation : to dedication Jewish synagogue, Ash St. 8241 
meeting* 1 time fixed a 1 • 

minora : authorized t<> license s;des by a S c 10 
rules I oi 1870 adopted, committee appointed to revise a i-rcport, 
ruli ■-, of 1S71 adopted .1 5 
iiner vacation : a 233 

unfinished business 1 committees to resume a S; referred to 

next board a 41a 
final proceedings 1 order to print (CD. 104) a 414; adjournment 

sine die a 414 



Aldermen, Board of, continued. 

1872, organization : a 1, 2, 3 

chairman : Samuel Little elected a 2 -address 2; authorized to ap- 
prove bills 133; vote of thanks to and response a 433 

assault : on T. Christian, by member of, petition tor investigation 
a 370-report 376 

badges : order passed to procure a 343 

contingent fund : expenditures from a 133 

meetings: time fixed a 3 

minors : authorized to license sales by a 14, c 16 

rules : of 1S71 adopted, committee to revise a 2-report, rules for 
1S72 adopted a 6 

unfinished business : committees to resume a S; referred to 
next board a 432 

final proceedings: order to print (CD. 134) 3433; adjournment 
sine die a 433 

1873, organization: a 1, 2, 3 
badges : order passed to procure a 46 

chairman: L. R. Cutter elected a 2-address 2; authorized to ap- 
prove bills a 56; vote of thanks to and response a 577, 57S, 

579 
contingent fund : transfers to a 34 c 36 a 567 c 569; expenditures 

from a 56 
meetings : time fixed a 3 

minors : authorized to license sales by a 25 c 29 
rules : of 1S72 adopted, committee appointed to revise a 2-report, 

rules for 1S73 adopted a 9 
summer vacation : a 302 

unfinished business : referred to next board a 575 
final proceedings : order to print (CD. 141) a 579: adjournment 

sine die a 579 

1874, organization: a 1, 2 

chairman : J. T. Clark elected a i-address a 1 ; authorized to ap- 
prove bills a 19; vote of thanks to and response a 76S 

contingent fund : expenditures from a 19; transfer to a 556 
c 557, 566 

meetings : time fixed a 2; order to change hour tabled a 196 

minors : authorized to license sales by a 9 c 10 

rules : of 1S73 adopted, committee appointed to revise a 2-report, 
rules for 1S74 adopted a 7; amended a 40 

summer vacation : a 463, 494 

unfinished business: committees to resume a 9; referred to 
next board a 767 

final proceedings: order to print (CD. 115) a76S; adjournment 
sine die a 76S 

1875, organization: a 1, 2 

chairman : J. T. Clark elected a i-address a 1 ; authorized to ap- 
prove bills a 22; vote of thanks to and response a 777, 77S 

contingent fund : expenditures from a 22; transter to a 734^ 

invitation : to lecture Rev. J. S. Spalding a 550 

meetings : time fixed a 2 

minors : authorized to license sales by c 16 

rules : of 1S74 adopted, committee appointed to revise a 2-report, 
rules for 1S75 adopted a 4 

summer vacation : a 433, 450 

unfinished business : committees to resume a S; referred to 
next board a 777 

final proceedings : order to print (CD. 130) a 777-779; adjourn- 
ment sine die a 779 

1876, organization : a 1 

chairman : J. T. Clark elected a i-address a 1 ; authorized to ap- 
prove bills a 14; vote of thanks to and response 3750, 751 

contingent fund : expenditures from a 14 

invitations: lecture, O'Connor Power a 36; Memorial-day servi- 
ces a 115; Boston Theatre a 433; Mass. Cath. Total Abstinence 
Union a 535; Roxbury Centennial a 632 

meetings : time fixed a 1. 

minors : authorized to license sales by a 33 c 37 

rules : of 1S75 adopted, committee appointed to revise a i-report, 
rules for 1S70 adopted a 1 1 

summer vacation : a 537 

unfinished business : committees to resume a 14; referred to 
next board a 74S 

final proceedings : order to print (C.D.10S) a 752-adjournruent 
sine die a 752 

1877, organization : a 1, 2 

chairman : election discussed a 1 ; John T. Clark elected a a- 
address a 2; authorized to approve bills a 102; vote of thanks to 
and response a"S6i, S62 

contingent fund: expenditures from a 102; transfers to a 14S 
c 835 a S40 

expenses : see members. 

invitations: to meeting Faneuil Hall Temperance Reform Club 
aSS; exhibition Fire-Extinguishing Liquid Co. a 216; Memorial- 
day services a 363; exhibition N. Y. fire-escape a 412 

meetings : lime fixed a 2 

members: X. Gibson qualified a S; ordinance to provide for pay- 
ment of expenses (C.D.94) assigned c 743, 775-rcferred to next 
city council r 834 a S40 

minors : authorized to license sales by a 12 c 13 

rules : of 1876 adopted, committee appointed to revise a 3-rcport, 
rules fir 1S77 adopted a S 

salaries, etc. : order to petition for authority to pay assigned 
c 702, 723-rejected c 775 

summer vacation : a 5S1, 5S7, 59S 

transfer of powers: order passed to petition lor act C9S-re- 
jected a 100 



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ALDERMEN 



ALLSTON 



Aldermen, Board of, continued: 

unfinished business: committees to resume a 12; referred to 

next board a S56 
final proceedings: order to print (C.D.10S) a 863; adjournment 

sine die a S63 

1878, organization: a 1 

chairman : S. B. Stebbins elected a 1; authorized to approve 

bills 11 ; vote of thanks to and response 781 
contingent fund : expenditures from a 1 1 
meetings : time fixed a 1 ; special 151, 36S, 423, 510, 545, 657 
members : death of S. C. Perkins announced, resolutions 
adopted, committee on funeral appointed a 275, 276; warrant issued 
for election to fill vacancy a 290-committee on returns appointed 
325-report 336; John P. Spaulding qualified 336; order relative to 
elcting for term of years c 15-tabledc 16-discussed, rejected c 91-93 
minors : authorized to license sales by a 10 c 12 
rules : of 1S77 adopted, committee appointed to revise a i-report, 

rules for 1S7S adopted a S 
summer vacation : a 429 
unfinished business : committees to resume a 21 ; referred to 

next board 7S1 
final proceedings : order to print (CD. no) a 782; adjournment 
sine die 7S2 

1879, organization : a 1, 2 

alttermanic districts : order to petition assigned a 17-discussed, 
referred a 30, 32 c 40-majority and minority reports (CD. 13) tabled 
a 52-indefinitely postponed a 78 

amusement licenses : see licenses. 

annual dinner: approval bills for a 758 

chairman : Hugh O'Brien elected a i-address a 1 ; authorized to 
approve bills a 17, 504, 758; vote of thanks to and response a 758 

contingent fund: expenditures from a 17; transfer to a 741 

c 743 

election : order to petition for change in manner of referred c 31, 
46-majority and minority reports (CD. 13) a 52, 53-tabled a 54 

Invitations : to attend Memorial-day services a 349, 369 

licenses : innholders and victuallers, order to oppose transfer to po- 
lice commissioners discussed, assigned C2S, 29-discussed, rejected 
C46; places of amusement, police commissioners directed to pro- 
vide for free admission of aldermen a 600-communication from 
commissioners discussed, returned a 627, 62S-second communica- 
tion a 642 

meetings : time fixed a 3 

members : death of Benjamin Pope announced, resolutions 
adopted, committee on funeral appointed a 561 c 569; resolve, in- 
expedient to fill vacancy a 5S1 

minors : authorized to license sales by a 35 c 40 

refreshment bills : discussed a 54, 55 

rooms: order relative to spectators a 105; discontinuance electric 
lights ordered a 195 

rules : of 1S7S adopted, committee to revise a 3-report, rules of 
1879 adopted a 13 

summer vacation : a 472 

unfinished business : committees to resume a 14, 17; referred 
to next board a 757 

final proceedings : order to print (C.D133) 3758; adjournment 
sine die a 759 

Alewife-Brook Territory. 

1879, copy of petition by city of Cambridge for act to provide drainage 
for a 597 

Alexander avenue. 

1877, lamps : petition a 5S3, S54 

Alexander street. 

187©, drainage: petition a 191 

Alexandria, Va., City of. 

187G, communication from miyir relative to Yorktown memorial a 112 
c 121 

Alexis, Grand Duke. 

1871, reception of, order passed to extend hospitalities and committee ap- 
pointed c 276-tabled a 279-passed, committee joined 3352; vehicles 
to be excluded from streets a 364; rates of fare established to ball 
given to a 364 

Alford street. 

1874, paving : petition a 164; ordered a 255, 262 

poles: petition Webster & Co. 3471 ; Boston Rubber Shoe Co. 3491 

1875, edgestones, gutters, grading, macadamizing: ordered 

a 597 
grade : established a6S7 
paving : petition a 574 
sidewalk : schedule, etc. a 82 

1876, widening : Helen Kent, petition damages a 321, 339-paid a 466 

1877, railroad: Middlesex a 511, 555 

1878, macadamizing: petition a 145 

1879, building: A. Stone a 402 c 405 

Alger street. 

1869, buildings : T. 
stables: T. H. 

a 101, 109, 124 



H. Milligana 2^1 ; Wilson & Buzzell a 101 
Milligan a 241, 255, z5i, 269; Wilson & Buzzell 



Alger street, continued. 

1871, stables: W. J. Flynn a 364; Helen Loughlin a 1S4, 197; C. H. 

Stebbins a 142, 151 ; Whipple & Co. a 125, 143 
187S, lamps: petition a 39S 

stable : C. Regan a 3S2, 408 

stationary engine : R. B. Lincoln & Son a 13, 41, 55 

1875, lamps : petition a 493 

1876, lamps : petition a 661-ordered a 726 

Aliens. 

1868, action relative to names of on voting-lists c 2, 7 

Allard court. 

1876, name : petition for a 648-named a 661 

Allbright court. 

1874, building: : John G. Allbright c 163 a 169, 182 c 197 

1875, sewer : order notice a 297, 307-to build 375 ; land taken, J. G. All- 

bright et al. 410, 422 

1876, sewer : assessments abated, J. G. Allbright a 537-Mary Tucker 

a S63 

Alleghany street. 

1871, stable: A. W. Folsom a 268, 2S0 
1874, stable : William G. Thacher a 454, 472 

Allen, Charles H., Ward 11, President Common Council. 

1868, response to vote of thanks c 87 

Allen place, Brighton. 

1879, culvert : petition a 374-ordered a 393 

Allen street. 

1868, extension: order notice a 3S-hearing a 43-remonstrance a 54- 

report inexpedient a S3 

1869, extension : petition a 12-remonstrance a 17 
sewer : petition, extension a 161 

1870, buildings : H. C. Angell a 195 ; Daniel Davies a 253 
extension: order notice a 174, iS3-order passed a 254-referred 

c 260-report c 271-order passed C2S0; removal obstructions ordered 
a 304 
stationary engine : W. Blake & Co. a 186, 199, 208 

1871, extension : C. J. Taylor and XV. D. Sohier, trustees, payment land, 

etc. a 223, 229 
sidewalks : ordered a 66; schedule, etc. a 264 

1874, stable: Massachusetts General Hospital a 505, 514 

1875, lamps : petition a 619 

1876, lamps : ordered a 727 
omnibuses : N. W. Day, permit a 528 
stable: J. F. Wilson a 113, 133, 179 

1877, claim : A. E. Towle a 64 c 72 a 198 c 206 
1879, trees : removal 3433, 709 

Allen street, West Roxbury. 

1875, stable : E. M. Loveland, a 493, 517 

Allendale street. 

1879, building : John Quirk a 592, 601 

Allston School-house. 

1877, new site and building, request referred a 17 c 23, 123 a 130; request 

for immediate action, referred c 430-discussed, tabled a 432, 433- 
school committee, requested to select site a 434 c 440; order to 
purchase site c 531-passed c 544-amended, passed a 554 c 567; 
taxes on land assumed a 660 c 669, 690; request for immediate 
action, referred c 622 a 627; request that plan be submitted to 
school committee for approval c 690 a 697 

1878, building, order to erect c iS2-discussed, amended, passed c 187, 188 

a 194; request additional appropriation, furniture, etc., referred 
c 5 2 3 a S 2 S"g r anted a 531 c 538 

1879, building, request additional appropriation c 213 a 224-granted a 256 

c 265; sidewalks ordered, Cambridge St., B. a 379 

Allston-School District. 

1876, Harvard District, so called a 432 c 435 

1877, additional primary accommodations, order requesting referred c 311 

a 318 

Allston street. 

1869, building : Wm. M. Rumery a 170 

1874, sewer: petition a 3S7-order of notice a 416, 426-to build a 452 
trees : petition leave to set out a 622-granted a 642 

1875, sewer : schedule, etc. a 31, 49 

1877, lamps : petition a 703, S54 

1879, edgestones and sidewalks : petition a 492 

Allston street, Brighton. 

1875, building : J. Quirk a 18S 

stable : H. W. Jordan a 292, 309 

1878, edgestones : petition a 250-ordered a 274, 399 

1879, crossing : petition a 281 






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Allston street, Dorchester. 

1876, laying-out : petition a 132 

1872, grade : established a 31, 39 

grading : J. C. Sharp, petition, damages a 51-payment a 87 

Allston-street School-house. 

1869, order passed to remove stable c 69, a 74 

Almshouse, Austin Farm. 

1873, purchase of estate, majority and minority reports on a5i7-discussion 

a 517-520, 527-529-purchase ordered a 530 c 542 
building, order to procure plans, etc., rejected, reconsidered and 
tabled c 559-passed c 571 a 575 

1874, estate placed in charge of directors for public institutions a 11S c 130; 

building plans and estimates submitted a 194-referred a 210 c 216- 
reportC423-order passed to build C445-discussed, assigned a 457-460, 
477, 494-discussed, recommitted a5oi-503-motion to reconsider 474- 
discussed, rejected a 5c6-509-recommitted a 511-order to advertise 
for plans and specifications tabled a 506-discussed, passed a 509, 
510-tabled c 523; opinion of directors on expediency of erecting, 
requested a 510 c 511-report a 514-discussed, recommitted a 515, 
516 c 5iS-522-majority and minority reports (C.D.92, 93) discussed, 
ordered printed a 579-5S2-tabled c 602 

1876, additional building, request for appropriation to erect, referred a 391 

c 395-report referred to com. on finance a 470 c 472-report, request 
granted a 477 c 502, 515 
ice-house, erection of authorized a 635 c 636 

1877, fitting up, etc., request for additional appropriation a 17 c 23-report 

a 71 c 72-granted a 93 c 95, 122 
request that pauper children instead of truants be transferred to 
c 123 a 130 

1878, nursery for park purposes, etc., request, park commissioners, appro- 

priation for, referred a 1S4 c iS7-report, referred to committee on 
finance c 443 a 446-report, appropriation order c 456-passed c 467 
a 483— motion to reconsider rejected c 47S 

1879, barn, request for removal of a 109 c m-granted a 143 c 151-report 

and order for transfer a 143 c 151, 175 
addition, request for appropriation to erect, referred a iS5-returned 
to directors c iSo-communication and opinion city solicitor c 199- 
returned to council a 207- referred c 212-report, referred to finance 
committee (CD. 40) a2S3 c 2S4-granted a 310, 311 c 316 

Almshouse, Brighton. 

1874, placed in charge of committee on public lands a 40 c 42 

Almshouse, Charlestown. 

1874, placed in charge of directors for public institutions, and supplies 

ordered a 20 c 23 
1879, quarterly report, Dec, 1S78 a 14 c 19 

Almshouse, Deer Island. 

1869, report of inspectors a 190, 339 

1872, communication from directors relative to (C.D.51) c 150-referred 

c 170 a 175; transfer of adult paupers to Rainsford Island, author- 
ized c 216 a 21S 

1873, neglected children to be sent to, ordinance reported a 198-passed 

a 207 c 214 
1877, communication relative to establishing stone-cutting at, referred 
a 69S c 701 ; report and order to erect sheds, etc. c 743-discussed 
and passed c 74S a 760 

Almshouse, Dorchester. 

1870, placed in charge of committee on public buildings a 193 c 203; 

committee on paving to have care of stables, etc. a 193; order 
that committee on police have charge of building on grounds, 
tabled c 203-referrcd c 228 a 229-report, order rejected c 235; sta- 
bles, etc., placed in charge of paving department c 235 a 239 

Almshouse, Rainsford Island. 

1872, adult paupers transferred from Deer Island to c 216 a 21S 

1876, petition from inmates c 700; report on management c 715, 716 a 721 

1877, addition to building, order passed to procure estimates, etc. a 2C6 

c 270; communication relative to stone-cutting, referred a 69S 
c 701-report c 743-order passed to erect sheds, etc. c 74S a 760 

Almshouse, Roxbury. 

1868, placed in charge of committee on public buildings a 4 c 5; peti- 
tion Massachusetts Infant Asylum, use of C 32-report c 32; free 
use tendered to directors Discharged Soldiers' 1 Ionic a 34 c 35 
le69, repairs and alterations, petition a .|S-report c S3 a So-ordered c 200 

a 203-additional appropriation c 290 a 293 
1876, portion of lot placed in charge of committee on public lands a 134 
C 138 
petition that portion of lot be set aside for public park a 217 c 222- 
rcfus"d a 250 c 234 

1871, occupation 01 as home for the poor, order to examine a 21 c 23— re- 

port (C.D.63) C 227-a-signcd C 266-Substitute order c 276-discuS- 
sion, substitute passnl c 2S;, 285-discuSSion, substitute order 
rejected, subject tabled a 289-291 

1872, street over lot accepted :i 2 6; purl of lot placed iii charge of public 

buildings department a 267 c 270 
small-pox hospital, order to con ider expediency of taking por- 
tion of lot fir a 275 <■ 178-report a 283-assigned a 284-remon- 
Strance a 288-rejected a jSS; order passed to fit up portion of 
building for c 414-rejected a 417 



Almshouse, Roxbury, continued. 

1873, small-pox hospital, order to fit up for c 6-discussed and tabled a 7- 

remonstrances a 12-rejected a 12; order to provide school accom- 
modations for children removed from, referred c 3S a 44 

1874, order to take possession of a 27c-tabled a 2S2 

1876, repairs and alterations for Marcella-st. Home ordered c 190 a 193; 
portion of estate set apart a 492 c 499 
See Marcella-st. Home. 

Almshouses. 

1876, transferring care of from directors for public institutions to over- 
seers of poor, special committee to consider expediency of c iSS 
a 193-majority and minority reports (CD. 73) c 401-motion to take 
from table withdrawn c 534-assigned c 602-order to petition for 
legislation to place paupers under overseers of poor, discussed 
and rejected c 63S, 643-motion to reconsider, tabled c 66c-assigned 
c 679-discussed c 705, 707, 719, 720, 734, 737-motion to reconsider 
rejected c 737 

Alpine street. 

1868, building : A. E. Giles a 33 

1869, buildings : D. P. Nichols a 267; George Patterson a 291 
stable : N. P. Nichols a 267, 276, 2S1, 2S6 

1871, sewer : petition a i4S-order of notice a 2S0, 2SS-order to build 

a 301, 307-schedule, etc. a 3S7, 397 

1872, grade: established a 377 

stable : J. E. Dawson a 249, 256, 377 

1873, grading: ordered a 2S4; grade damages, CC. Barry, petition 

a 237 — C. H. Brooke, petition a 441-payment a 516, 533 — M. A. 
Dawson, petition a 310 — C. G. Nichols, petition a 300-pavment 
a 306 — C Roberts, petition a 305-payment a 312 
sewer: petition a 149; order enotice a 221, 22c-to build a 247- 
schedule, etc. a 513, 530, 533 

1874, grade: established a 391 

grading : petition a 262-refussd a 29, 320 

sewer: assessments abated, James Guild, John Harney, Isaac 
Waterman's heirs a 20; asessments changed, Randall-Bean 

a 4S 2 . . ' 

1875, edgestones : petition a 292-ordered a 309 

1876, edgestones and gutters : ordered a 311 
sidewalks : petition a 273 

1877, sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 490; O. C. Hapgood, abatement 

assessment, petition a 725-abated a S42 

Alveston street. 

1874, stable : F. B. Beaumont a 567, 5S3 

1875, edgestones : petition a 596-oidered a 622 

1876, edgestones : schedule, etc. a 605 
edgestones, gutters, sidewalks : ordered a 52S 

sewer : petition a 243-order of notice a 246-hearing a 24S-order to 
build a 263-schedule, etc. a 747 

1877, sewer : C. R. Whitney, assessment abated a 267 

1878, edgestones : petition a 357-ordered 3S7 

Amend, Amendment. 

1876, when tabled carries original motion with it c 161 

1871, may be made before vote is declared C24: maybe offered before 
roll-call is begun c 85 ; if tabled carries whole subject with it c in ; 
not in order when main question has been ordered c 210; order 
having been rejected cannot be offered as an amendment c 355 

1875, when pending motion to indefinitely postpone not in order C25; 

not in order when previous question has been ordered c 255; in 
order after motion for indefinite postponement a 604; cannot be 
be made in certain cases c 613 

1876, substitute order cannot be amended c 110; in order after reconsid- 

eration c 307; cannot be offered by member who has paired a 187 

1877, motion takes precedence of motion to indefinitely postpone 

c 25 ; not in order after main question is ordered c 39; "not in order 
when motion to refer is pending c 50; not in order when motion 
to indefinitely postpone is pending c 159; previous question cannot 
be applied to c 164; not in order when motion to table is pending 
c 4S2 

1878, not in order until question of indefinite postponement is settled 

c 311 ; take precedence of a substitute c 772 

1879, substitute cannot lie entertained when amendment to amendment 

is being considered c 21 ; motion takes precedence of motion to 
indefinitely postpone c 176, 287; when motion to postpone is 
applied to it becomes the main question to which previous ques- 
tion applies c 180-withdrawn as incorrect c 753 ; substantially 
an alteration and requires two-thirds vote c 453; not germane 
ruled out c 584, 63S 

American Fire-Extinguisher. 

1868, report on purchase of c 79 

American Watch Co, 

1875, telegraph poles on Beacon street, petition Skillings & Whitney 
Brothers for leave to use a 446-granted a 467 



American Works, Dorchester Heights, 
Heights.) 



(Sec Dorchester 



Ames court. 

1871, stable : D. A. Berry a 338, 347 



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Ames Plow Co. 

1875, Quincy hall (so called) leased to a 767a 
1878, Quincy hall (so called) leased to a 228 

Ames street. 

1872, stable : T. H. Libby a 6, 22 

1874, building : T. H. Libby a 334 c 344 a 359 c 363 

Amory street. 

1874, edgegtones and gutters : ordered a 361, 371 
sewer : order of notice a 531, 539-to build a 556 

1875, sewer : order notice a 223, 239, 261-land taken of W. R. Chester, 

J. A. Codman, C. B. Wilson, P. D. Walker, S. T. Crosby, W. Q. 
Phillips, C. H. Estabrook, trustee, heirs Elizabeth Amory, 
William Merriam, Oilman Page, 267, 26S-order to build, 279- 
schedule, etc. 752, 763 

1876, buildings : J. O. Kent a 587 c 597 ; H. L. Brackett a 572 c 581 
sewer i W. Q. Phillips remonstrance against assessment a 113; 

W. R. Chester, payment land a 339; assessments abated, W. R. 
Chester, Michael 'Dunn, T. P. Fenno & Co., J. W. Hurd a 513; 
assessment refunded, Roxbury Grammar School a 587 
stable : J. O. Kent a 572, 587 

1877, crossings : petition a 196 
lamps : petition a 640, 854 
sidewalks : petition a 196 

1878, stable: S. L. Blake a 564, 570 

Amusements. 

1868, licenses : granted, refused, etc. a 8, 17, 18, 21, 30, 41, 44, 46, 51, 59, 

61, 67, 70, 71, 81 

1869, licenses : granted, refused, etc. a 8, 13, 24, 28, 30, 35, 43, 50, 56, 66, 

74,95, 102, 109, 116, 123, 130, 132, 134, 136, 13S, 143, 146, 147, 148, 
•S'> '55. >74. l8 4> l86 > 'S3, 192, 205, 214, 220, 242, 254, 263, 269, 274, 
275, 2S2, 285, 294, 299, 304, 313, 325, 339 

1870, licenses : granted, refused, etc. a 5, 13, 17, 22, 26, 27, 33, 38, 43, 58, 

59, 64, 70, 75, 77, S6, 95, 100, 101, 104, 109, 115, 116, 118, 125, 134, 14S, 
150. iSS> I 7- ! > '86, 193, 20S, 219, 224, 230, 240, 247, 265, 287, 295, 303, 
30S, 315, 322, 326, 331, 343, 349, 352, 358 

1871, licenses: granted, refused, etc. a 1, 5, 8, 14, 20, 28,34,39, 43.44. 

50, 59, 72, 80, S9, 100, 107, 108, 11S, 123, 128, 134, 136, 143, 151, 161, 
167, 178, 197, 215, 222, 231, 234, 241, 2+4, 249, 253, 262, 264, 269, 272, 
2S0, 291, 299, 303, 30S, 321, 328, 330, 339, 345, 347, 359, 364, 374,375, 
3S3. 388 

1872, licenses : granted, refused, etc. a 8, 14, 23, 28, 30, 39, 45, 51, 55, 59, 

60, 70, 7S, 92, 94, 102, 108, 114, 123, 133, 139, 142, 154, 163, 166, 175, 
1S3, 184, 193, 197, 198, 200, 204, 219, 222,228, 242, 243, 252, 257, 265, 
275, 281, 291, 301, 305, 319, 329, 342, 356, 367, 370, 376, 3S7, 3S9, 396, 
398, 402, 41S, 431 

1873, licenses : granted, refused, etc. a 5, S, 10, 14, 23, 28, 33, 34, 44, 51, 

55> 59* 6 S> 77> So '9°» I00 > 102,107, 116,118,127, 128,133, 140,151, 
162, 167, 170, 1S7, 189, 19S, 209, 230, 240, 249, 253, 259, 262, 269, 270, 
280, 291, 299, 308, 321, 326, 341, 347, 353, 359, 372, 374, 375, 383, 408, 

4'o, 431. 444. 454. 47°-. 4 S2 > 494- S03, 5'S. 535. S4 8 . 564. 575 

1874, licenses : granted, refused, etc. a 9, 19, 30, 48, 65, 92, 118, 140, 152, 

170, 182, 193, 203, 20S, 223, 238, 269, 2S6, 301, 319, 341, 376, 401, 431, 
435. 4 6l > 47 2 . 499. 5'4. S2S, 544, 559, 561, 568, 57S, 583, 597, 612, 623, 
643.665, 6S1, 707, 741 

1875, licenses : granted, refused, etc. a 9, 20, 32, 49, 62, 6S, 81, 113, 150, 

167, 193, 208, 223, 250, 264, 279, 295, 323, 333, 350, 375, 396, 454, 465, 
494, 517, 54S, 561, 583, 63S, 665, 705, 724, 734*1 
minors : expediency of prohibiting attendance at places of amuse- 
ment, order to consider a 126 

1876, licenses : issue forbidden unless building is approved by inspector 

of buildings a 513; granted, refused, etc. a 25, 34, 65, 117, 138, 194, 
24S, 262, 273, 310, 322, 367, 476, 492,508, 513, 528, 552, 570, 652, 663, 
687, 729 

1877, licenses: granted, refused, p e* . 19, 33, 56,69,80, 135, 149,214, 

241, 267, 296, 364, 472, 491,-55. ^i'o, 5S3, 5S6, 612, 632, 647, 65S, 70S, 
744. 746, 784. 824, S42, S55 
places of: report on examination of a30, 31, c 35 

1878, licenses : remonstrance against licensing Forest Garden a 397; 

petition J. B. Kendall for license refused a 427 ; petition for special 
license a 427-remonstrance a 44S-hearing assigned a 450-hearing 
461-leave to withdraw 462-granted, refused, etc. a 19, 26, 2S, 38, 
54. 7°. 85, 96, 151, 169, 1S4, 194, 197, 20S 22S, 251, 274, 2SS, 303, 
3 2 3> 34 2 > 362, 398 

masked balls : order to oppose modification of law relating to a 3S 

Sunday entertainments : prohibited a 251 

1879, licenses: continued a 540; police commissioners requested to in- 

sert condition providing for free admission of aldermen to places 
of amusement a6oo-communication from commissioners discussed, 
returned a 627, 628-second communication a 642 

Anatomy, Gallery of. 

1877, petition for license a So-remonstrances against a 100, 146, 725, 744- 

re fused 795, 796 

Anawan avenue. 

1874, stable: Robert F. Rickera525, 545 

1875, building : T. H. Dyer a 656 c 66S a 705 c 713 
stable : J. H. Dyer a 292, 309 

1878, lamps : petition a 5S2 
stable : L. Currier a 2S7 305 

1879, grading and improvements : petition a 495 

Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co. 

1870, granted use of armory in Faneuil Hall a 214 



Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co., continued. 

1871, vote of thanks to for services at laying corner-stone army and navy 

monument a 264 c 265 

Anderson, Thomas J., Councilman Ward 3. 

1872, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate city physician, engineers fire 
department c 5; printing, health c 10; small-pox hospital c 290; 
census c 295 

1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on small-pox hospital c 2; nominate in- 
spectors ballast 6; printing, paving 17; funeral T. H. Doherty 324 
1875, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate superintendent sewers, super- 
intendent public lands c6; harbor, salaries c 10; badges c 78 

remarks i laborers' pay c 106, 228, 229, 230; badges c 140, 141; 
salaries c 252; street sweeping-machines c 275; license law c 401 ; 
laborers' pay c 542, 590, 591 

Anderson street. 

1868, building: J. B. Aldrich a 24 

1869, building : J. L. Roberts a 2S 

1870, nuisance : abated a 210 

Andover street. 



Marginal freight a 31 
M. H. Freeman a 219 
: abated a 304 
Boston & Lowell a 84 
abated a 21 



1868, railroad : 

1869, building 
1876, nuisance 

railroad : 
1871, nuisance 

Andrew School-house. 

1876, building, request for c 264 a 273; order passed to purchase site 

and erect building a 409-discussed, tabled c 415-discussed, passed 
c 445, 446; resolve to take land and order of notice a 687-hearing 
a 724-land taken, orders passed to pay a 725 c 732 
sanitary improvements, request a 721 c 732 

1877, yard, request for enlargement c 690 a 697 
1879, yard, report, inexpedient to enlarge c 467 a 472 

building, W. E. Bartlett, claim extra work a 30 c 40 

Andrew School District. 

1873, additional accommodations, request a 294 C296 — temporary ordered 

a 408 c 416 — subject referred to next city council a 516 c 521 
1875, additional primary accommodations, request a 531 c 539-granted 

c 554. 565 ;l 57S 
request grammar school-house referred to next board a 767a c 7675 
1877, additional accommodations, request c 207 a 211 

Animals. 

1869, license to exhibit a 155 

1871, license to exhibit a 3S3 

Annexation. 

1872, commissioners: order passed to appoint a 391, 398-amended, 

passed, c 412-non-concurred a 418-reconsidered, concurred a 424 

1873, commissioners: authorized to procure clerical assistance, etc. 
c 38 a 44; report of commissioners (CD. 105) C358 a 371 

1874, commissioners : petition payment services a 677 c 684 
expediency of: mayor's address referred c 11; committee on 

legislative matters to have charge of a S5 c 97; resolve relative to, 
discussed, tabled c 184, 187 
{See also Brighton; Brookline; Cambridge; Charlestown; 
Chelsea; Dorchester; Newton; Revere; Somerville ; 
West Roxbury; Winthrop.) 

Anthony, Benjamin F., Councilman Ward 19. 

1879, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on survey and inspection of buildings, to 

nominate weighers of lighters and inspectors of ballast c 12; 

treatment of poor c 2S; investigation of superintendent of public 

lands c 191; gift of Moses Kimball, emancipation statue c 395; 

Stony brook c 621 a 622 
remarks : wayfarers' lodge c 2S5; 4th of July committee c 323 

Anthony place. 

1875, name : petition that North Hanover court be so called a 478-named 

a 561 

Appeal. 

1869, if tabled carries whole subject with it c 260 
1871, if tabled carries whole subject with it c 78 

1877, cannot be entertained unless seconded c 653 
1879, debate on not in order c 81; question debatable c 157; motion to 

assign not in order c 166; motion to reconsider refusal to sus- 
tain not in order c 167 

Appian Way. 

1878, stable : Michael McDermott a 525 

Apple Island. 

1875, petition E. P. Cutter, for leave to burn vessel on a 220 

Appleton, Daniel W. 



1872, investigation ordered, in case of c 150 a 153-report c 199 a 300 



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Appleton street. 

1868, fence : removal ordered a 61 ; petition leave to maintain a 65 
grading ami paving : petition a 36 

laying out : petition 33, 22; order of notice a 23, 27-order passed 
a 44 

1869, buildings : S. Stillings a S4, 261; Calvin Swallow a 18S; S. J. & 

G. Tuttle a 173 
sewer : petition a 241 ; order notice a 263, 268-to build a 269-sched- 
ule a 320 

1870, buildings : S. Stubbs a 352; Tuttle Brothers a S3; F. B. Winter 

a 182 
crossings, gutters : ordered a 230 
macadamizing : petition a 223-ordered a 230 
sewer: schedule, etc. a 63; assessments abated, E. L. Dodd, J. O. 

L. Hillard a 65 ; abated a 96; assessments to be paid to Boston 

Water Power Co. a SS 
sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 40 

1871, sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 45 

1872, extension : resolve and order (CD. 52) referred a 162 c 167-report, 

order passed a 176 c 179, iSS; notice to quit a 230; payment land, 
etc. : Paul, Bailey & Jenkins a 259, 266-Parker Memorial Meeting- 
house a 311, 319 
grading : ordered a 213 

1873, edgestones : schedule, etc. a 575 

sewer : order notice a 143, 151-Jx) build a 163-schedule, etc. a4SS, 
502, 514 

1874, extension : Parker Memorial Meeting-house, betterment abated 

a 193, 205 
sewer : Bailey & Jenkins, assessment abated a 4S, 53 

1875, sewer : order of notice a 334, 345-order to build a356-schedule,etc. 

a 7'7. 734* 

1878, claim : Harriet E. Garfield a 227 c 23S a 343 c 351 
lamps : petition a sSa-ordered a 752 

1879, claim : A. Rosnoski a 63 c 79 a 226 c 23S 
lamps : petition a 30-granted a 705 
nuisance : petition abatement a 471 

Appleton-street School-house. 

1868, site, request a 40-referred to next City Council a 76 c 77 

I860, request for erection a 132 c 132-order passed to build c 152, 160 a 164 

1876, fire-alarm bell, order to report on a 240 c 242 

1871, request that upper portion be used for drawing-school for teachers 

referred to committee on public buildings a 142 c 146-report, 
referred to committee on public instruction c 172 a 177-report, inex- 
pedient a 205 c 209 

1872, request for use of room for Normal school a 131 c 135 

1873, request for use of room for Normal school c 106 a 1 15-granted c 138, 

147-tabled a 151-discussed a 152-tabled a 161-granted a 172-vetoed 
(C.D.65) c 183-rcjected c 195 
1875, evening drawing-school removed from a 763 c 767 b 

Appleton Temporary Home. 

1874, petition for hearing relative to work done in reclaiming drunkards 

referred a 682-report a 716; petition for refunding taxes a 736 c 75 

Appropriations. (See also Accounts, Finance.) 

1868, transfers : Albany-street grading, army and navy monument t° 

paving a 30 c 32, 36, 42 a 44^ c 47 a 51 ; lamps to workshop, House of 
Correction a 75 c 77 a 82 c 84 ; public library, sundry items a 41 c 42, 
45 ; reserved fund to Chelsea-street bridge a 21 c 26, 36-drawbridge, 
Roxbury canal a 25 c 26, 29, 33-incidentals c 77 a So, 83 cS4-paving 
a 3° c 32, 36, 42 a 44 c 47 a 51-People's ferry, drops c 39, 42 a 44-pub- 
lic buildings c 53 a 55 c 57-sewers a 30 c 32 a 34 c 35-survey Suffolk- 
street district a 34 c 35- Wells school-house a 41 c 42 a 44 

1869, annual appropriations : auditor's estimates (CD. 33) referred 

c 46 a 43-report c 62-appropriation order passed c 69 a 74 
transfers : hose house 3 to Comins school-house c 297, 30S a 313; 
police to paving a 36 c 3S, 45; police station, ward 13, to Comins 
school-house c 297, 30S a 313; schools to buildings a 36 c 3S, 45; 
primary-school buildings to Comins school-house c 297, 30S a 313- 
to grammar school-house, ward 9 a 293 c 296-to grammar school- 
house, ward 12 a 293 c 296; reserved fund to bridges a 36 c 38, 45- 
cemeteries c 62, 69 a 74-city hospital c 62, 69 a 74-gTading Com- 
monwealth avenue a 286, 306 c 2S8, 3oS-fire alarms c 62, 69 a 74- 
grammar school-houst, ward 9 a 263 c 265, 272-health c 62, 69 a 74- 
sheds, health department a 242 c 257-incidentals a 306 c 308-police 
station 6 c 141 a 145-public buildings a 325 c 332-public library a 306 
c 3oS-sewers a 242 c 24S a 306 c 3oS-streets a 2S6 c 28S, 3oS-surv eying 
Roxbury streets a 165 c 166-ward-room, ward 9 a 146 c 152, 160; 
soldiers' monument to paving a 36 c 3S, 45; Stony-brook sewer to 
Back-bay drainage a 306 c 30S 

1870, annual appropriations : auditor's estimates (C.D.32) referred 

c 4S a 52-report c73-appropriation order discussed, passed c 80-S2 
a S8-90 

balances : of Dorchester appropriations added to corresponding 
appropriations a 9 c 10 

transfers : Dorchester high school to Normal school-house c 29S 
a 303 ; engine-house, East street, to Normal school-house c 298 a 303 ; 
primary school-house, Fayette street, to Normal school-house c 298 
a 303-grammar school-house, ward 1 a 230 c 243; primary school- 
house, Yeoman street, to Normal school-house c 29^303; reserved 
fund to advertising a 202 C203-steamer Henry Morrison a 232 c 234, 
252, 262-engine-house4C2i5 a 219-bell-tower, engine-house 16 a 315 
c 335- nre department a 343 c 346, 361-paving department a 234- 
Roxbury Latin school a 60 c 61-home for poor a 344, 351 c 360; 
State tax to home for poor a 334, 351 c 360 




APPROPRIATIONS 



Appropriations, continued. 

unexpended balances : request for report relative to placing 
in sinking-fund c 105 a icg-report, no action c 115 a 117 

1871, annual appropriations : auditor's estimates (CD. 19) referred 

c 63 a 65-report (CD. 23) c S2-appropriation order discussed, 
amended, passed c 91-94 a 97, 9S c 103, 104-non-concurred a 107- 
discussed, committee of conference appointed c in, 112 a un- 
report, inability to agree, vote to adherea i2o-report, vote to recede, 
appropriation order passed c 123, 124 a 125 
t ordinance : relating to transfers and expenditures from inciden- 

tals, order to report c 86 a 8S-report, new draft (CD. 34) c 131 

schools: request for consolidation a 50 c 53-report, no actii n a 90 
c 91 

transfers : incidental expenses to contingent fund a 401 C4C5; 
streets to street commissioners a 28 c 30, 36 a 20S c 209; paving to 
Water-street grade damages a 59c 71 ; paving to hose-h use 7 c 114, 
122 a 125; primary schools, P. B.,to grammar schools, P. B. c 17, 23 
a 27; reserved fund to almshouse lot (D) enlargement a 384 c 391- 
bridges a 34S c 353 a 364 c 365-Charlestown bridges a 309 c 313-city 
hospital reservoirs a 402 c 405-engine house 15 a 200 c 201-ferries 
c 380, 392 a 396-hpse 7, site c 75 a S9-House of Correction c 354 
a 3sS-Lewis school-house bell-tower a 167 c iS2-police station 9 c 192 
a 197-quarantine steamboat a 249 c 259-Roxbury Latin school a 38 
c 41-sewers a 330 C354-Stony-brook damages a 235, 239 c 251, 266- 
survey, etc., buildings a 29S c 313-Ticknor bequest a 100 c 103- 
water a 291 c 303 ; water works to widening Eliot street c S3 aS8- 
widening Tremont street a 2S c 30, 36-primary schocl-house, Shurt- 
leff district a 2S c 30, 37 

1872, annual appropriations : auditor's estimates (CD. 30) referred 

c 66 a 70-report (CD. 38) c S2-discussed c 89, 96-appropi iation 
order passed c 97-amended and passed a 101-non-concurred c 104 
a ioS-committee of conference appointed cm a 114-report, order 
passed a 117-report, vote to adhere c nS-vote to adhere a 122-con- 
curred c 126 
transfers : public buildings to public-library building a 399 c 411 ; 
public institutions, sundry items a 3S7 c 392 a 419, 422 c 425 ; inter- 
est and premium to ferries a 419, 422 c 425; reserved fund to Cedar 
Grove cemetery, public-library alterations c 170, 182, 1S9 a 192- 
land on Lexington street a 213 c 215-land on Columbia street a 224 
c 247-hose-house 5 a 243 c 247-Codman-street school-house site 
a 244 c 247-primary school-house site, E. B. a 250 c 254-engine- 
house 24 c 247 a 250-site for station 11 a 256 c 32S-bell-tower, 
Quincy school-house a 2S7 c 290-buildings, Rainsford Island a2S7 
c 290-Lecraw & Bullard's claim c 296 a 301-contingent fund and 
incidentals a 3S7 c 392-quarantine a 3S7 c 392-fire department, fer- 
ries, armories a 419, 422 c 425; unexpended balances to public- 
library alterations, rebuilding Lyman school-house, water pipes, 
E. B., purchase Rainsford Island, purchase Smith estate, police 
station 9, grammar school-house site a S7 c S9, 96-hose-house, 
City point a 102, 107 c no 

1873, annual appropriations : auditor's estimates (C.D.34J referred 

c 95 a 102-report (CD. 45) c 122-appropriation order passed c 13S 
a 140 
transfers : closing transfers authorized a 57 c 59 a 65 ; Atlantic 
avenue to extension of S. Market street a 140 c 144; incidentals to 
contingent fund, aldermen a 567 c 569; lamps to Charles 1 iver and 
Warren bridges a 34 c 36-contingent funds a 34 c 36; public lands 
to printing a 57 c 59; reserved fund to hook and ladder 4 a 197 
c 237, 390 a 39S-Federal-street bridge a 231 c 243-hose-house 12 
a 237 c 240-engine-house 16 c 255 a 259-Quincy-street school- 
house site c 274 a 277-Gaston school-house c 390 a 39S-markets a 383 
c 450-engine-house 24 a 39S c 438 a 442-engine-house 12 c 438 
a 442-Northampton-street district c 450 a 4Si-sewers a 469 c 4S5- 
quarantine a 502 c 521-common a 514 c 521-public buildings a 533 
c 557-Suffolk. street district a 565 c 569-Church-street district a 565 
c 569-public library 1 "ic 569; State tax to sewers a 34 c 36; un- 
expended balances'to^ ''Seers of poor a 161 c 164-fire department, 
water, schools, public huU.fy a ji6, 117 c 121 ; widening streets to 
City Hospital a 57 c 59 ""-' 

1874, annual appropriations : auditor's estimates (CD. 29) referred 

c 110 a 1 1 5- report (C.D.32) c 133-appropriation order discussed and 
passed c 141-145, 162, 163 a 166, 167 c 174 a 179-1S1, 1S9, 190 c 197 

transfers: closing transfers authorized a 151 c 159; Hanover- 
street widening No. 2 to Hanover-street widening a 151 c 159; 
incidentals to contingent fund, aldermen a 556 c 557, 566; public 
institutions, sundry items a 150 c 159 a 627 c 631 ; reserved fund to 
armories a 597 c 602, 616-bridges a 64 c 78, 9S-public buildings 
a 710 c 761-survey, etc., buildings a 47 c 57, 3o-Bennet school- 
house a 513 c 517, 536-House of Correction a 47 c 57, So-Cottage- 
place school-house a 513 c 517, 536-Church-street district a 694, 695, 
708-710 c 725, 761-East Boston primary schools a 403, 40S c 41S- 
fire department, ferries a 151 c 159-House of Industry a 150 c 159- 
Leverett-street extension a 708 c 725, 761-public library c 592 
a 596-Lowell school-house a 513 c 517, 536 a 5S5 c 593-overseers of 
poor a 151 c 159-Mount Hope cemetery c 446 a 450-pubIic grounds 
a 47 c 57, 80 a 513 c 517, 536-salaries a 2S6 c 290, 3ic-Shawmut- 
avenue widening a 70S c 725, 761-water works, wards 13, 14, 15, 
16 a 556 c 557, 566; water works to water works, wards 13, 14, 15, 
16 a 556 c 557, 566 

unexpended balances : from Brighton, Charlestown, and West 
Roxbury, disposition of c u a 17 

1875, annual appropriations : auditor's estimates (C.D.32) referred 

c 103 a m-report (CD. 37) c 140-appropriation order discussed, 
passed c 153 a 165, 1S9, 190, 191 c 198 
transfers: public buildings, sundry items a 6S7 c 691,713,726; 
survey, etc., buildings, sundry items a 560 c 565, 590; common, 
sundry items c 551 a 559, 76S c 767; ferries, sundry items a 495 



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APPROPRIATIONS 



ARCHITECT 



Appropriations, continued. 

c 501 a 533 c 540 a 724 c 726, 750; Hanover-street widening to 
Atlantic avenue a 294 c 299, 313; health, sundry items a 6S5 c 726 
a 70S c 767J ; incidentals to contingent fund C. C. c 27, 40 a 46; 
lamps, sundry items a 724 c 726, 750; laying out streets to Colum- 
bus-avenue extension c 119 a 122; Madison square to Orchard park 
a 724 c 726, 730; Meridian-street bridge to Commercial-point 
bridge a 382 c 590, 613; police, sundry items a 59S c 612, 625 a 703 
c 726; police station. South Boston, to police station, ward 16 a 48 
c 50, 7S ; public institutions, sundry items a 493 c 301 a 752 c 767$ ; 
reserved tund to Atlantic avenue a 294 c 299, 313-collector's depart- 
ment a 454 c 4S9, 472-contingent fund, aldermen a 7345-Eastern- 
avenue wharf a 317 c 33 i-Marcella-street Home c 653 a 664-Mount 
Hope cemetery a 762 c 767-new engine-houses a 644 c 648-North- 
ampton-street district a 644 c 64S-Roxbury canal a 421 c 425-small- 
pox hospital site C653 a 664-Suffolk-street district a 39S c 427 a 605 
c 669, 726-registrars of voters a 516 c 351 ; schools, sundry items 
c 161 a 163, 166 c 174 a 193 c 196; sinking-fund commissioners to 
auditor's and treasurer's departments a 454 c 459, 472; treasury 
department to collector's department a 434 c 439, 472; unexpended 
balances to overseers of poor c 10!) a m-school-house, Newbury 
street c 106 a ill-deficiencies c io5 a m-Back-bay bridges a 637 
c 64S, 67S ; water, sundry items c 713, 726 a 763, 767Z) ; water 'works 
to paving a 6S0 c 726; widening streets to widening Leverett street 

C54 6 >5S ia 5S9 
unexpended balances : set apart a 206 c 211 

1876, annual appropriation bill : auditor's estimates (C.D.31), re- 

ferred c 119 a 134-report (CD. 35), c 165-discussed, assigned, c 1S6, 
i8S-discussed, amended, recommitted c 199, 205-non-concurred 
discussed, amended, passed a 207, 2C9-tabledc 2iS-motion to take 
from table rejected c 222-discussed, appropriation order amended, 
passed c 24c, 242 a 244 

reductions : committee on finance to report what appropriations 
can be reduced c 22 a 23-report a 139 c 164 

transfers : closing transfers authorized a 139 c 164, 18S; Charles- 
river bridge to Chelsea bridge a 115 c 121 166; fire department to 
fire alarms a 661 c 671 ; grammar school-house, Winthrop district, 
to Rice school-house c 25S a 260; House of Correction to Marcella- 
street Home a 726 c 732; Maiden bridge to Chelsea bridge a 115 
c 121, 166; Meridian-street bridge to Chelsea bridge a 113 c 121, 
166; Mount Hope cemetery, sundry items a 34 c 37, 50; police, 
sundry items a 34 c 37, 30; primary school-house, Lawrence dis- 
trict, to Rice school-house c 242, 25S a 260; public institutions, 
sundry items c 30 a 32 c 127 a 134; reserved fund to assessors' 
department a 632 c 679-Church- street district a 562 c 5S1, S99- 
cummon a 158 c 164 iSS a 65i c 671-improved sewerage a 423 
c 439-Marcel la-street Home c 443 a 451, 5S7 c 599-Mount Hope 
cemetery a 587 c 397, 626-new building, Austin Farm a 477 c 502, 
513-Prison-point bridge a 476 c 515 a 387 c 597, 626-registrars ot 
voters a 661 c 671-revision of ordinances a 360 c 362-sinking- 
fund commissioners a 492 c 502,313; unexpended balances to 
paving a 633 c 636; Washington Village school-house to Dorches- 
ter-Everett a 31 1 , 321 c 345 ; widening streets to Beach street c 403 
a 403 

1877, annual appropriation bill: auditor's estimates (CD. 28), 

referred c 136 a 148-report (C.D.40), c 219-discussion, appropria- 
tion order passed c 22S-236-discussed, amended, passed a 241-24S- 
discussion, substitute order passed c 253-amended, passed a 261 
c 270 

transfers: closing transfers authorized c 141 a 149; Dover-street 
bridge to Neponset and Mount Washington avenue bridges c 141 
a 149; public institutions, sundry items a 93, c 93, 122, 676 a 681 
c 690 a 697; reserved fund to Back-bay streets c 160, a 171, c S49, 
a 853-buildings, inspection of a 491, c 494-cominon c 124 139 
a 148,0691 a 697-common-council chamber a 491 c 494-contingent 
fund of aldermen c 124, 139, 148-contingent fund c 833 a S40-deputy 
sealer of weights and measures a 396 c 603, 621-incidental ex- 
penses c S33 a S40-M. Milmore c S35 a S40-Northampton-street 
district a 303 c 30S, 324, 833, a 840-park department a 7S2 c 7S9, S04, 
805, S13, 814-play-grounds a 364 c 382-printing c 124 a 130-registra- 
tlon of voters c 833 a 840-school expenses c 141 a 148-treasurer's 
department a 646 c 631, 675-Washington and Essex streets widen- 
ing c 141 a 14S; school instructors to school officers c 141 a 148; un- 
expended appropriations to Oliver-street improvement c 36, 48, a 34 

"unexpended balances : ordinance relative to a 70-discussea 
a 80, 85-tabled a 86-discussed, passed a 106-iii-discussed c 11S, 
119-assigned c 120-reconsidered, discussed c 121-referred c 122 
a 130-report, new draft (C.D.31), c 139-passed c 140-discussed, 
tabled a 146-147-communications from city solicitor and sinking- 
fund commissioners a 147, i4S-discussed, amended, passed a 176- 
179-non-concurred c 181-amendment reconsidered, rejected, ordi- 
nance passed a 197 

1878, annual appropriations : auditor's estimates (CD. 25), 

referred c 98 a 109-report (CD. 30) c 132-discussed, assigned c 137, 
164-diPCussed, appropriation order passed c 172, 174-motion to 
reconsider discussed, rejected c iSS, 193-order discussed, passed in 
concurrence a 195, 197 
transfers : closing transfers authorized c 103, 121, 136 a 15S; engine- 
house, Fulton street, to Back-bay park, report and order a 361-dis- 
cussed, rejected a 401, 402-reconsidered, passed a 406 c 407; gram- 
mar school-house, W. V., to Allston school-house a33i C53S; health, 
sundry items c 33, 45 a 33; reserved fund to Back-bay park c 46 
a 34 c 64, 73 a Ss-claims W.R. laborers c 329 a 357-collector's 
department a 63S c 663, 667-Mayhew school-house, a 592, 602. c 612 
-Northampton-street district a 673 c 6S4-nursery, Austin Farm 
c 456, 467 a 4S3~registration voters a 592 c 595-schools c 136 a 16S- 
sewers a 28 030,43 a 712 c 744, 773-soup c 23 a 25, 27; Sherwin 



Appropriations, co?itinued. 

primary school. house to Allston school-house a 331 c 338; soldiers' 
relief to State aid a 402 c 407, 432 

unexpended balances : to be used in reducing taxation, order 
to report on c 125 a 126-report, no action necessary c 775 a7So; 
order to report whether ordinance relating to applies to special 
appropriations c 315-report, opinion city solicitor c 456 
1879, annual appropriations: auditor's estimates (CD. 27), 
referred c 146 a 169-majority and minority reports (CD. 43) dis- 
cussed, majority appropriation order passed a 230, 237-discussed, 
recommitted c 269, 270 a 2S2-majority and minority reports (CD. 
56) minority report substituted, appropriation order discussed, 
amended, passed c 289, 299 a 307, 310 

rulings on : two thirds vote required to alter conditions of order 
c m-opinion city solicitor c 137; money may be voted to be 
charged to a certain fund whether said fund contains the requisite 
amount or not c 338 

transfers : closing transfers authorized a 1S4 c 1S9, 199; Austin 
Farm a 143 c 131, 173; health to Evergreen cemetery a 34 c 40; 
Deer Island home for poor to Marcella-street Home and Austin 
Farm a 310, 311 c 316; Eastern-avenue wharf to paving and health 
departments a 622 c 629, 649; House of Industry to wharf Deer 
Island a 74 c 79 a 91 c 92; poor to Hawkins-street lodge for way- 
farers a 282 c 284, 2S5 ; public parks to Back-bay parks a 123 c 131 
a 143 c 131, 173; reserved fund to aldermen, contingent fund a 741, 
742 c 748-army and navy monument c 433, 463 a 472-Back-bay 
nuisances c 323 a 536-Allston grammar school-house a 256 c 263, 
266-city collector c 330 a 552-common council, contingent fund 
a 741, 742 c 74S-incidental expenses a 63s c 663 a 741, 742 c 748- 
joint committees, contingent fund a 741, 742 c 748-law department 
a 741, 742 c 748-public grounds a 637, 65S c 665-play-grounds c 323, 
531-tabled a 348, 549-discussed a 339, 560-assigned a 360, 572-dis- 
cussed, passed a 377, S7S-salaries a 741, 742 c 748-sinking-fund 
a 741, 742 c 748-treasury department c 350 a 332 

unexpended balances : to be used in reducing taxation, order 
to report on c 29 a 34-report, orders passed c 100 a 104 

April 19th, Centennial Celebration. (See Lexington and 

Concord.) 

Arbitration. (See Claims, Streets.) 

Arcadia street. 

1871, grade : established a 362, 363 

187-4, sewer: petition a 251 ; order notice 331, 539-to build 336 
stable : G. T. Andrews a 4S3, 499 

1875, edgestones : ordered a 29S, 30S 
stable : N. Whittier a 122, 131 

1876, sewer : assessment changed Draper-Day a ioi 
1879, improvements : petition a 204 

sewer : petition a 323-remonstrance a 347 

Arch of Triumph, Commonwealth avenue. 

1879, communication from mayor, with plan of R. H. Eddy, referred 
a 613 c 61S 

Arch street. 

1873, closing : petition a 63 
grade : established a 250 
paving : ordered a 316, 523 

sewer : petition a 23S-order notice a 252, 259-to build a272-schedule 
etc. a 42S, 444 

widening and extension : resolve and order (C.D.35) passed 
a m-tabled c 120-passed c 16S; removal obstructions ordered 
a 342, 40S; payment land, etc., T. C. Amory a 1 S 1 — J . E. Cabot, 
a 470 — C. G. Chase a 196 — Uriel Crocker a 171 — Edmund Dwight 
a 470 — Alpheus Hardy et at. a 171 — Harvard College a 242 — Wm. 
Minot a 470 — Wm. Minot, Jr. a 242 — C. E. Walcott a 196— M. & A. 
Wigglesworth a 171 

1874, widening and extension : payment land, etc., J. Bowdoin Brad- 

lee a 731 

1875, widening and extension: betterments abated, C. N. Rouzaud 

a 167— heirs J. B. Bradlee a 722; payment land, etc., E. A. White, 
et als., Harvard College a 764 

1877, trees : removal a 825 

1878, tunnel : J. M. Sears, petition a 357-refused a 398-amended peti- 

tion a 397-permit a 42S 

Arch wharf. 

1870, batn~Hou.se : repair, etc., ordered c 121 

1878, stable : David Snow a 32s, S4S 

1879, nuisance : caused by smoke-stack used by Henry Mayo & Co., 

petition abatement a 702 

Architect, City. 

1874, expediency of employing, order to report on c 81 a S4-report, order 

to employ draughtsmen discussed and tabled c 248, 249-assigned 
a 261-substitute order to employ architect and draughtsmen passed 
c 273 a 2S3 

1875, employment of by departments, order passed relative to c 316- 

amended and passed a 319 C324; ordinance establishing office 
reported a 647-discussed and recommitted a 657, 63s c 66S-new 
draft reported (CD. 122) a 6SS-passed a 736 c 744 

1876, committee to nominate c 10 a 12-G. A. Clough nominated c 37 a 44- 

elected a 67 c 71 
horse and vehicle for, order authorizing purchase c 363, 373-motion 
to reconsider rejected c 395, 396-passed a 405 



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ARCHITECT 



ARMORIES 



Architect, City, continued. 

1877, committee to nominate c 6 a 8-G. A. Clough nominated c 207- 

elected a 215 c 217; authorized to employ additional assistance 
c 275 a 277 
assistant's salary fixed a 364 c 381, 407 

1878, committee to nominate c 7 a 9; G. A. Clough nominated c 32 a 37- 

elected a 38 c 44 

1879, committee to nominate cj a 14 c 11 a 13 c 19-G. A. Clough nomi- 

nated c 176 a iS3~elected a 183 c 192 
army and navy monument, communication relative to c 431 

Architects. (See Boston Society of Architects.) 
Argyle street. 

1874, grade : established a 29 

Arlington avenue. 

1875, edgestones : petition a 619-ordered a 639 

1876, edgestones : petition a 492-ordered a 511-scheduIe, etc. a 573 
grade : established a 323 

sewer : petition a 225-order of notice a 246, 248-order to build a 263 
-schedule, etc. a 724, 747 

1877, lamps : petition a 657 

1878, sewer: order of notice a 44S, 460-to build 465-schedule, etc. a 697, 

75 2 

1879, sewer : assessments abated, John Donovan, G. R. Kelso, John 

Trender, A. P. Webb, H. S. Wellington a 256 

Arlington Heights, Brighton. 
1877, lamps: petition a 611, 854 

Arlington street. 

1869, lamps : New England electric gas-light company petition to 

place apparatus on a 253 
1876, stable : P. J. Rogers a 550, S 6 3 

Armories. 

1868, rent, repairs, etc. : 

East Boston : order passed to fit up a 41, 77 

First Battalion Cavalry: Co. A (National Lancers), order to 

erect building on Bowker street a S-passed a 24-report c 39- 

referred to next city council c 42-non-concurred a 44-order 

rejected c 45 
First Brigade: head-quarters, petition a 57-order passed to fit 

up a 61 
First Regiment: Co. A, rent allowed aS-approved a 31 ; Co. B, 

approved a 70; Co. C, approved a 70; Co. D, approved a 31 
Independent Corps Cadets: rent allowed a 4 
Ninth Regiment : Co. D, approved a 31 ; Co. H, approved a 70 

1869, committee : appointed a 11 

building : order to consider expediency of erecting c 127 a 129 

rent, repairs, etc. : 

First Battalion Cavalry, : Co. A, petition a 71-petition in aid 
a 84-report, order passed to procure plans, etc., Bowker street 
a89-referred 092:1 95-report discussed, tabled a 129-recommitted 
a 140 c 141-report tabled a 169; Co. B, petition rent a 21-allowed 

a 7S 
First Battalion Light Artillery : petition repairs a 273 

C278 

First Brigade : petition head-quarters a 184-rent allowed 
a 1S7, 221 

First Regiment : head -quarters, rent allowed a 125; Co. B, petition 
repairs a 253; Co. C, petition repairs a 253; Co. F, petition new 
armory a 2S, 232-approved, rent allowed a 236-petition improve- 
ment a 304-report a 330; Co. G, petition repairs a 241; Co. K, 
approved, rent allowed a 75-petition additional allowance a 101- 
approved, additional allowance granted a 124-petition approval 
a 167-approved a 160, 174 

Ninth Regiment: Co. A, petition approval a 107-approved, rent 
allowed a 124; Co. B, petition rent a 179-rent allowed a 187-C0.C, 
approved, rent allowed a 187; Co. H, petition repairs a 253; Co. 
K, petition approval a 161-approved, rent allowed a 180-allow- 
ance increased a 227 

1870, committee : appointed a 5 
rent, repairs, etc. : 

First Battery Light Artillery - , repairs ordered c 16, 19 a 22 

First Battalion Infantry' : Co. A, approved, rent allowed 
a 342 c 346, 361 ; Co. C, petition approval a 273-approved, rent 
allowed a 304 

First Regiment Infantry: Co. D, approved, rent allowed a 96- 
repairs ordered a 230; Co. I, approved, rent allowed a 301 

Ninth Regiment Infantry' : petition use of Faneuil Hall a 70- 
report a 77; Co. A, petition suitable armory a i7-petition ap- 
proval a 21-approved, rent allowed a 22; Co. D, approved, rent 
allowed a 353 c 360; Co. E, approved, rent allowed a 353 c 360; 
Co. F, petition a 17-petition approval a 21-approved, rent 
allowed a 22; Co. K, approved, rent allowed a 165-petition better 
accommodations a 253 

Second Battalion Infantry: Co. A, petition approval a 206- 
approved, rent allowed a 209 

1871, committee : appointed a 5 c 10 
rent, repairs, etc. : 

First Battalion Cavalry" : Co. A, order to consider expediency 
of purchasing site a 216 c 218-report a 222 c 225-order passed to 
erect building on Bulfinch street c 343, 353 a 358 



Armories, continued. 

First Battalion Infantry: head-quarters, rent allowed a 59 
c 61,71-order passed allowing rent and authorizing repairs a 125- 
referred c 130-report, rent allowed, order authorizing repairs 
rejected c 140; Co. A, repairs ordered a 59061,700; Co. B, 
approved, rent allowed a 52 c 53, 61-repairs authorized a 101 
c 103; Co. C, repairs authorized a 35 c 36, 42; Co. D, approved, 
rent allowed a 52 c 53, 61 ; repairs authorized a 101 c 103 a 404 

c 4°5 

First Regiment Infantry - : Co. D, repairs authorized a 404 
C405; Co. E, repairs authorized ago c 91, 105; Co. F, order 
relative to providing c 17 a 20; Co. G, rent allowed a 81 c 82, 91 

Ninth Regiment Infantry : Co. D, repairs authorized a 66 
c 7°> 75-approved, rent allowed a 152 c 154, 193; Co. E, repairs 
authorized a 66 c 70, 75 ; Co. F, petition approval a 26S-approved, 
rent allowed a 292, 29S c 303 ; Co. I, repairs authorized a 40 c 41- 
additional allowance a 152 c 154-repmt, order passed, 193; Co. 
K, approved, rent allowed a 223, 361 c 366-repairs authorized 
a 3S6 c 391 

Second Battalion Infantry : Co. A, petition approval a 26S- 
approved, rent allowed a 291, 292, 29S c 303, 313-repaiis author- 
ized a 332 0336,341,354 
1879, committee : appointed a 6 c 10 

appropriation: request for additional (CD. 124), a 399 c 411- 

granted a 419, 422 0425 
building : Cooper street, offer to purchase a 55 c 57-rejected c 76 

a 77 
gunpowder : communication chief engineer relative to storage 

a 274 c 278-report a 418 
rent, repairs, etc. : 

First Battalion Cavalry - : Co. A, fitting up ordered a 294, 
297 c 30S 

First Battery - Light Artillery' : head-quarters, petition for 
a 233-approved and rent allowed a 364 c 365-allowance for fur- 
nishing a 419 0425 ; Co. A, petition c 199, a200-condemned by ad- 
jutant-general a 286-repairs ordered 3292, 297 c 308; Co. B, 
repairs ordered a 419 c 425 

First Battalion Infantry: head-quarters, repairs a 213 c 215; 
Co. D, repairs ordered a 294, 297 c 308 

First Regiment Infantry: Co. B, repairs ordered a 221 0231, 
247; Co. C, repairs authorized a 213 c 215-order rescinded a 221 
c 231 ; Co. F, petition repairs a 291-ordered c 328 a 329; Co. G, 
rent allowed a 56 c 57; Co. I, repairs authorized a 141 c 146, a 294 
297 c 308; Co. K, repairs authorized a 141 c 146 

Ninth Regiment Infantry - : head-quarters, allowance for rent 
and repairs c 120 a 123, 213 c 215 a 242 c 247, 254; Co. A, petition 
a 20-approved a 103-repairs ordered, rent allowed a 103 c 104- 
fitting up ordered a 185 c 188; Co. B, repairs ordered a 56 c 57; 
Co.C, repairs ordereda 87 c S9; Co. F, repairs ordered a 103 c 104 
a 213 c 215; Co. H, repairs ordered a 213 c 215; Co. I, condemned 
by adjutant-general a 92-approved a 103-repairs ordered, rent 
allowed a 103 c 104 a 133 c 135 ; Co. K, repairs ordered a 103 c 104 
-rent allowed a 213 c 215-approved, rent allowed a 419 c 425 

Second Battalion Infantry : Co. A, repairs ordered a 213 
c 215 
1873, committee : appointed 39017 

regimental armories: report on (CD. 118) a 410-discussion, 

order passed a 433, 434 c 435 
rent: order passed to petition for reimbursement a 163 c 164; 

order passed to report on changes in allowances a 250 c 253-report 

(CD. 118) 3410 
rent, repairs, etc. : 

First Battalion Cavalry - : petition head-quarters am c 121 ; 
rent allowed, fitting up ordered c 184 a 187; Co. B, petition new 
armory c 497 a 501 ; Co. D, petition repairs c 485 a 489-ordered 
c 543, 557-tabled a 564-assigned a 566-reconsidered a 567-dis- 
cussed, tabled a 568-passed a 575 

First Battalion Light Artillery : head-quarters, petition 
furniture c 543 a 545-ordered a 565 c 569; Co. A, petition repairs, 
furniture c 450a 453-ordered c 485 a 489; Co. B, repairs furniture 
ordered c 362 a 371 

First Battalion Infantry - : head-quarters, petition a 125 c 135- 
rent discontinued a 169 c 175— petition approval a 467 c 476; Co. 
A, petition approval a m-approveda 152-rent allowed c 14S a 151 ; 
Co. B, petition approval, increased allowance a 2SS c 296-rent dis- 
continued and allowed a 298 C3od-approved 3303; Co. D, petition 
approval a 277 c 2S5~rent discontinued and allowed a 29S c 300- 
approved a 303-petition fitting up c 462 a 467; Co. E, report inex- 
pedient to provide new armory, allowance discontinued c 485 
a 489 

First Regiment Infantry: head-quarters, petition approval 
Boylston hall a 341-rent discontinued Pemberton square and al- 
lowed in Boylston hall a 354 c 356, 376; Co. A, petition rent and 
fitting up c 425 a 429; Co. D, rent allowed c 362, 376 a 3S2 : Co. F, 
petition new armory 39c 17 a 160 c 164-refusedc 1S4 a iS7-petition 
fitting up a 277 c 2S5-repairs, etc., ordered c 425, 438 a 442-peti- 
tion approval a 350 c 356-approved a 475-rent discontinued and 
allowed a 483 c 4S5, 496-petition rent a 4SS c 496; Co. I, petition 
rent a 196 c 203-allowed c 362, 376 a 383; Co. K, repairs ordered 
a 410, 418 c 424, 43S 

Independent Corps Cadets : petition rent c 390 a 398-granted 
c 426, 438 a 442 

Ninth Regiment Infantry: headquarters, rent allowed a 354 
c 356, 376-petition for fitting up a 382 c 390-authorized c 425, 
438 a 442-additional appropriation c 4S5 a 489; petition regi- 
mental armory c 450 a 453 ; Co. A, petition new armory a 32 c 36- 
rent terminated a 91, 102 c 105-rent allowed, repairs, furniture 






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ARMORIES 



Armories, continued. 

ordered a 89 c 96, 106-approved a8i-repairs authorized c 159, 167 
a 169-petition increased allowance c 390 a 39S, 531 c 539-granted 
a 565 C569; Co. B, petition increased allowance a 89 c 96-refused 
c 159 a 161-petition increase a 178 c iS2-granted c 203, 214, 237 
a 240-petition reimbursement a 467 c 476-granted c 4S5 a4S9; 
Co. C, petition repairs a 125 c 135; granted c 16S, 175 a 179; Co. 



E, petition repairs a 139 c 144-ordered c 16S, 



179-petition 



new armory a 531 c 539; Co. H, petition gun-rack a 305 c 329; 
Co. I, rent allowed c 362, 376 a3S3-approved a 372-repairs, furni- 
ture ordered a 443 c 449-additional appropriation a 567 c 569-rent 
allowed a 443 c 449, 462; Co. K, repairs, furniture ordered c 3S 
a 89 c 96, 106 
Second Battalion Infantry: Co. A, petition increase rent a 39S 
C416 

1874, committee 1 appointed a 7 c 13 

appropriation : request for additional (C.D.S7) a 5^3 c S9 I_ 

granted a 597 c 602, 616 
repairs : on building, Maverick street, ordered a 170 c 174 
rent, repairs, etc. : 

First Battalion Cavalry: head-quarters, petition a 114 c 130- 
rent discontinued and allowed a 666 c 667, 686-approved in 
Boylston hall 3710; Co. C, petition c 33 a 37-rent allowed c So, 
98 a 101-allowance for fitting up c 229, 245 a 252; Co. D, repairs, 
furniture authorized c 34 a 37 

First Battalion Light Artillery : head-quarters, allowance 
for repairs, etc. c 34 a 37-rent allowed a 170 c 174; Co. A, peti- 
tion new armory, tabled c 5-referred c 14 a 17-report inexpedient 
c 523 a 525 

First Battalion Infantry: head quarters, located in Boylston 
hall a 102-rent allowed a 102 c 106, 133, 14S; Co. A, petition 
c 25 a 29-approved a 102-rent discontinued and allowed c 113, 
133, 148 a 150; Co. D, petition new armory, tabled c 5-referred 
c 14 a 17-petition approval a 63 c 78-approved a 153-allowance 
for furniture c 135, 141 a 150-rent discontinued and allowed c 135, 
141 a 150 

First Regiment Infantry: Co. A, petition new armory a 83 
c 97-rent discontinued and allowed a 716, 736 c 755; Co. B. 
repairs ordered c 536 a 540; Co. D, petition repairs c 547 a 553; 
Co. F, rent allowed a 66 c 78, gS-petition repairs a 149 c 159- 
granted c 229, 245 a 264; Co. I, petition c 133 a 136-order passed 
to fit up old Dorchester high school-house a 2S9-tabled a 290; 
amended, passed C311 a 314-approved a 342, 569-rent discontin- 
ued a 342 c 344-repairs ordered c 536 a 540; Co. K, petition a 36 
C42-rent discontinued and allowed a 85, 92 C97, 112-approved a §5 

Fourth Battalion Infantry : head-quarters, petition furniture, 
a 539 c 547-refuseda7ioc725; Co. A, petition fitting up c 22Sa 237- 
ordered c 536 a 540; Co. C, petition new armory c 163 a 169-order 
passed to fit up old Dorchester high school a 2S9-tabled c 290- 
amended, passed c 311 a 314-petition for location at Upham's 
Corner c 329 a 337-refused a 44S-payment expense temporary 
armory c 446 a 44S-established corner Dorchester avenue and 
Gibson street a 743 ; Co. D, petition furniture a 262 c 272-granted 
c 446 a 44S-remonstrance against removal to East Boston a 6S7 
c 700 

Fifth Regiment Infantry : head -quarters, petition a 36 c 42- 
rent allowed a 380 c 381, 406; Co. D, rent allowed c 14S a 150- 
petition repairs c 310 a 314-ordered c 446 a 44S; Co. H, repairs 
ordered a 170 c 174-fitting up, etc., ordered c 36S, 3S6 a 390-addi- 
tional appropriation c 469 a 471 

Independent Corps Cadets : petition repairs, etc., a 100 c 106- 
granted a 153 c 159, 174 

Ninth Regiment Infantry: Co. B, petition new armory a 251 
c 257-refused a 463-repairs, etc., ordered c 536 a 540, 710 c 755; 
Co. C, petition new armory c 547 a 553 ; Co. E, petition approval 
a 299 c 307-refused a 463 ; Co. G, petition rent c 33 a 37-rent 
allowed c So, 9S a 101-fitting up, etc., ordered c 36S, 385 a 390; 
Co. H, petition gun-rack c 133 a 136-repairs ordered c 536 a 540; 
Co. I, additional allowance repairs, etc. c 34 a37-reimbursement 
of taxes ordered a 66 c 7S, oS; Co. K, rent discontinued and 
allowed c 229, 245 a 252-allowance for furniture c 229, 245 a 252- 
approved a 256, 263 

Second Battalion Infantry : head-quarters, petition a 525 c 533- 
rent allowed a 569 c 575, 587-approved a 615; Co. A, petition 
approval a 525 c 533-approved a 615-furniture ordered, rent dis- 
continued and allowed a 569 c 575, 5S7 

1875, committee : appointed a 7 c 10 

building : corner Harvard and Washington streets, order 

passed to hire a 336, 346 c 353, 366; order passed to hire additional 

room a 396-tabled c 425-return of order requested a 482-returned 

c 4S3- rescinded a 494 
driil-shed : of Massachusetts Institute Technology, order passed 

to hire a 495 
rent, repairs, etc.s 

First Battalion Cavalry: Co. B, petition repairs c 219; 
Co. C, payment use of a 752, 762 c 767* 

First Regiment Infantry: Co. A, rent allowed a 125 c 138, 161 
a 356 c 359, 3S1 a 467 c 46S, 4S3; Co. D, petition alterations a 292 
C299; Co. G, order passed to hire a 666-rent discontinued and 
allowed a 775; Co. K, petition repairs a 58 c 76-refused a 125 
c i3S-second petition c 370 a 373 

Fourth Battalion Infantry: Co. C, petition approval c 26 
a 31-payment temporary armory c 44, 51 a 59-order to allow rent 
c 119-discussed and passed c i3S-tabled a 147-discussed, passed, 
a 169; Co. D, petition approval a 19-approved a 250-rent allowed 
a 125 c 13S, 161-fittingup ordered a 167 c 174, 199-petition new heat- 
ing apparatus a 619 



Armories, continued. 

Fifth Regiment Infantry : head-quarters, allowance for rent 
a 581 ; Co. A, petition repairs c 11 a 13-ordered c 21S, 237 a 240 

Ninth Regiment Infantry : petition regimental armory a Si 
c 85-refused a 125 c 13S; Co. A, petition furniture a 45 c 50- 
ordered a 250 c 275; Co. C, furnishing ordered c 21S, 237 a 240 
petition new armory a 644-refused a 666 ; Co. D, petition new 
armory a 393 c 399-rent discontinued a 396-approved a 775 ; Co. E, 
petition approval a 19 c 23-approved a 775-rent discontinued 
and allowed a 125, 126 c 13S, 161-order rescinded, new order 
passed a 224 c 22S-rent discontinued a 396-furnishing, etc., 
ordered a 479-rent allowed a 495-additional appropriation for 
fitting up a 666; armory approved a 775; Co. G, furnishing, etc., 
ordered c 21S, 237 a 240; Co. I, rent discontinued a 336, 346-order 
to hire referred a 495 c 501-passed a 561 c 565-approved a 775 ; 
Co. J, rent allowed a 495 
187©, committee: appointed a 11 

armories : order relative to systematic treatment of subject a 359 
building : Cooper street, order passed to sella 662-tabled c 67 1— 

passed c 742 
drill-shed: payment for use of a 319; order passed to hire a 179 
rent, repairs, etc.: 

First Battalion Cavalry : head-quarters, rent allowed a 513 

Light Artillery Battery, A : order to consider expediency of 
transferring to Wareham street a 432-report, transfer ordered 
a 469-furnishing, etc., ordered a 72S 

First Brigade : head-quarters, rent allowed a 652 

Second Brigade : head-quarters, rent allowed a 652 

First Battalion Infantry : head-quarters, rent discontinued 
and allowed a 576; Co. D, petition furniture a 476-additional 
allowance a 702; Co. F, petition furniture a 535 

First Regiment Infantry : head quarters, rent discontinued 
Boylston hall a 575 ; Co. A, petition approval a 191-rent allowed 
a 210; Co. D, petition repairs a 23-ordered a 179; Co. G, allow- 
ance for furniture a 66 

Fourth Battalion Infantry: Co. C, petition removal a 506- 
granted a 702-approved a 72S; Co. D, petition furniture a 476 

Ninth Battalion Infantry : Co. B, petition new armory a 191 ; 
Co. G, petition repairs a 6S3-additional allowance a 702; Co. H, 
petition repairs a 464; Co. I, fitting up ordered a iSo-additional 
allowance a 702 

1877, committee : appointed a 8 

allowance from State : order passed to petition for increase 

a 94 c 95 
building: Cooper street, sae by auction ordered a 34, 41 c 48 
drill-shed : order passed tolhire a 241 
rent, repairs, etc. : 

First Brigade: head-quarters, petition rent a 64-allowed a 176- 
furnishing, etc., ordered a 176 

Second Brigade : head-quarters, petition furniture a 146-ordered 
a 176 

First Battalion Cavalry: head-quarters, petition furniture 
a 17, ioo-ordered a 71 ; Co. D, furnishing, etc., ordered a 650 

Fifth Regiment Infantry: head-quarters, petition furniture 
a ioo-ordered a 176; Co. D, petition approval a 296-rent discon- 
tinued, armory established in old Winthrop school-house a 450- 
order passed to fit up a 699 c 701-discussed, referred c 719, 720 
a 725-passed c 743-furnishing ordered a 855 -rent of old armory 
allowed a S55 

First Battalion Infantry: Co. A, petition furniture a 12- 
ordered a 20 

Fourth Battalion Infantry : head-quarters, petition furniture 
a 277-ordered a 338; Co. C, furnishing ordered a 71 ; Co. D, fur- 
nishing ordered a 33 

Ninth Battalion Infantry: head-quarters, petition approval 
a 41-approved, rent discontinued and allowed a 71 ; Co. A, peti- 
tion furniture and repairs a 64-ordered a 227; Co. C, petition 
new armory a 100-furniture ordered, rent discontinued and 
allowed a 216 

Ninth Regiment Infantry: Co. F, petition rent a 611 

Unattached Company Infantry: petition furniture a 759- 
ordered a 784 

1878, committee : appointed a S; change in a 336 
allowance : for fuel, lights, etc., established a 623 
claim : J. H. Waite, fitting up armory c 454 a 460 
rent, repairs, etc. : 

Light Artillery, Battery A: shutters ordered a 29; petition 

furniture a 347 ' 

Fifth Regiment Infantry : Co. H, fitting up ordered a 290, 

642 
First Battalion Infantry : Co. A, petition furniture a 37- 

ordered a 169; Co. D petition furniture a 26-ordered a 4S7 
Fourth Battalion Infantry: Co. A, fitting up ordered a 324- 

rent discontinued and allowed a 324; Co. D, armory hired a 498- 

repairs, etc., ordered a 570 
Ninth Battalion Infantry: Co. C, furniture, etc., ordered 

a 447 ; Co. E, petition approval a 460-rent allowed a 534 ; Co. H, 

petition new armory a 17 
Ninth Regiment Infantry: Co. A, hiring and repairing 

ordered a 730; Co. E, rent allowed a 715 

1879, committee : appointed a 13 
rent, repairs, etc. : 

First Battalion Cavalry : head-quarters, petition repairs a 30- 
ordered a 439 ; Co. B, fitting up ordered a 439 

Fifth Regiment Infantry : Co. A, petition new armory a 30- 
rent discontinued and allowed a 120-fitting up ordered a 516-peti- 
tion Hicks Bros, against underletting a 571-petition for hearing 



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1876, committee : 

1877, committee 



Armories, continued. 

a 622-J. Bennett et al. petition relative to a 641-refused a 670; 
Co. H, petition against use of for dancing a 08-petition repairs 
a 119 
First Regiment Infantry; head-quarters, fitting up ordered a 
624; Co. A, petition removal a 104-rent discontinued and allowed 

a H5 

Ninth Regiment Infantry : head-quarters, petition repairs, etc., 
a 223-ordered a 641 ; Co. A, rent discontinued and allowed a 1S4- 
fitting up ordered a 198-petition repairs a 303-additional appropri- 
ation a 439; Co. C, fitting up ordered a 439; Co. E, petition 
approval a 30-rent discontinued and allowed a 12c— fitting up 
ordered a 19S 

Sixth Regiment Infantry: Co. L, petition furniture a 48- 
ordered a 334 

Arms and Equipments, School Regiment. 

1876, communications from mayor and adjutant-general relative to bond 

for safe-keeping, etc. a 133-order passed to execute bond c 435 

Army and Navy Monument. 

1868, appropriation : transfer from a 44 c 47 a 51 

1870, committee : appointed to consider expediency of erecting a 18- 

tabled c 19-motion to take from table rejected C25-discussed, com- 
mittee joined c 31 

designs: committee authorized to procure a 225 c 227; notice 
that designs had been received c 272; report (CD. 98), a 287 

erection : order to contract assigned a 289, 297, 304, 317, 342-passed 
a 345-discussed c 346, 347, 361-passed C362; petitions in favor a 320 
c 324 a 345 c 346 a 352 c 360 ; remonstrances a 294 c 29S 

1871, committee : appointed a 9 c 10, 17 a 20, 163 
corner-stone : arrangements for laying authorized a 217, 221 C225; 

order to close streets a 254; additional appropriation a 254 c 256 
a 340 c 341, 353; vote of thanks to organizations a 264 c 265 a 269 

1872, committee: order passed to appoint c n, 19-rejected a 22-recon- 

sidered a 31-committee joined a 52 

1873, committee : appointed c 38 a 44 

1874, committee : appointed a 9 c 13 

materials : petition relative to transportation a 497 

1875, committee : appointed c 6 a 8 
appointed a 13 c 16 

order to appoint tabled c 7-passed c 15 a ij; 
refreshment bill allowed c 835, 849 a S53 

dedication : request of committee for instructions, order passed 
to report on manner of dedication a 321 c 324-report c 431-order 
authorizing arrangements rejected, discussed, reconsidered, passed 
c 440-445 a 449; communication from National Lancers tendering 
escort a 484 c 494; votes of thanks to Charles Devens, orator, A. P. 
Martin, marshal, Commander F. A. Parker, U.S.N., escort a 617 
c 620 

memorial t order to prepare and print discussed, referred a 616 
617 c 620-report, order passed a 632 c 634 

night watchman : payment for services a 633 c 634 

sculptor : petition extra compensation c 742 a 744-report, order to 
pay c 814-passed c 835 a 840 

1878, decoration : petition for leave c 64 a 68 

dedication : bill for articles furnished discussed and ordered 

paid a 185, 1S6 c 210, 238 
fencing and grading : ordered a38S c 389, 421 
memorial: order to consider expediency of printing new edition 
c 15 a 17-report, inexpedient a 38 c 42; order to furnish new mem- 
bers with copies c 166-discussed, referred c 174 a 183-report, inex- 
pedient c 226 a 227 

1879, foundation : report, requesting appropriation to secure, referred 

c 430, 431 a 435; communication from city architect c 431-report, 

appropriation granted C455, 465 a 472 
decoration : invitation of Post 113, G.A.R., to common council 

to attend services accepted c 345 
See also Soldiers' monument, Brighton. 

Army of the James Association. 

1868, courtesies extended to c 19 

Arnold, Richard, Brevet-Major-General. 

1875, vote of thanks for services as escort on 17th of June a 356 c 359 

Arnold Arboretum. 

1879, laying out, order authorizing park commissioners to enter into con- 
vention with corporation of Harvard College discussed, passed 
c 1 14-117-motion to reconsider discussed, assigned c 134, 135, 152- 
rejected c 174-order passed a 183; additional legislation, order to 
petition for referred a 659 c 662 

Arnold street. 

1870, huilding : William Goldsmith a 70 

Arnold street, West Roxbury. 

1877, cemetery: Boston Catholic Cemetery Association a 361, 451 
name : petition a 100 

Arnold-street Cemetery. 

1877, enlargement of: Boston Catholic Association, petition a 361; 
permit a 451 



Arsenal Bridge. 

1875, payment of draw-tenders a 610 

Art Museum. (See Museum of Fine Arts.) 

Art, "Works of. (See Centennial Exposition, Faneuil Hall.) 

Arthur, Prince, Duke of Connaught. 

1870, order to appoint committee to tender hospitalities to, rejected c 16; 
visit to board of aldermen a 28 

Ash street. 

1870, laying out : petition a3oS-report, no action a 315 

1871, nuisance : abated a 280-assessment a 332-assessment abated a 340 
paving : petition a 268 

1873, sidewalks : petition a 247 
1877, stone posts : removal a 781, 795 

trees : removal a 781, 795 

Aahburton place. 

1870, huilding : J. Stacey Read a 182 

1871, improvements : petition a 261 
macadamizing : ordered a 292, 298 

1875, sewer : petition a 292-order notice 297, 307-to build 322-schedule, 

etc. 717, 734& 

Ashes. 

1868, filling and grading with : Camden and Northampton streets 

a 23; Commercial street a 56; Kendall street a 61; Ninth street 
a 72; Ruggles place a 82 
price : fixed a 59 

1869, filling and grading with : Bristol street a 67; Kendall street 

a 307 
sales : authorized a 67, 90, 109, 118, 140, 277, 283, 327 
1879, filling and grading with : Cabot street a 28; Fellows street 
a 344-rescinded a 350 c 360; Sawyer street a 24 ; Trask place a 18 

1872, filling and grading: with: Brookline avenue a 71 

1877, collection, etc. : in East Boston, contract with R. B. Carter 

authorized c 816 a 820 
filling : of Back-bay park authorized a 843 c S46 
sales : collector authorized to settle bills cSi6a820 
storage : order relative to expediency of amending ordinance 

discussed, passed c 638, 639 a 640-report inexpedient c 814 a 820 

1878, disposition of : order passed to report on c 444-rejected a 446 

1879, dumping in harbor : request for report on a 352 c 353 

Ashford street, Brighton. 

1876, building : J. A. Sawyer c 18 a 23-permit c 30 a 32 
plank walk : petition a 523 

stable : J. A. Sawyer a 23, 34 

1877, improvements : petition a 361 

sewer : petition a 46S-order of notice a 583, 5S5 
stable : J. A. Sawyer a 196, 274 

1878, edgestones : petition a 513-ordered a 526 
hitching-post : petition a 397-granted a 462 
macadamizing, etc.: petition a 81 

sewer: order of notice a 325, 336-to build 351-schedule and col- 
lection 712, 752 

stables: T. Donnelly a 37, 54; C. F. Kittredge a 303, 325; H. J. 
Murray a 605 

1879, sewer : assessment changed Alexander-Apthorp a 121; 

Ashland place. 

1868, building : D. B. Spear a 43 

Ashland street. 

1869, name : changed to Seaview a 95 

1870, building : H. P. Oakman a 326 
1875, improvement: petition a 558 

trees : removal a 13, 21 

Ashland street, Charlestown. 

1874, sewer : order to build a 452, 454 

Ashland street, Dorchester. 

1873, trees : removal a 238 

1874, stable : Abijah Woodward a 539 
trees : removal a 7, 53 

1875, edgestones : petition a 507 
stable : J. Standish a 346, 356 

1876, sewer: order of notice a 355, 366-to build 367-schedule, etc. 3701,720 

1877, edgestones : petition a 483 

sewer : assessment abated, C. H. S. Townsend a 267 
1879, crossing: petition a 511 

edgestones : petitions a 525, 534, 571, 575-ordered a 540, 553 
sewer : petition a525-order of notice 3540, 552-order to build a 553- 
schedule, etc. a 673 

Ashland street, West Roxbury. 

1874, bridge : ordered over tracks of B. & P. R.R. a 56S c 578 
sidewalks and grading : petition a 313 

1875, closed : temporarily a 351 
grading : ordered a 687 















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Ashland street, West Roxbury, continued. 

1876, edgestones : petition a 65i-ordered a 6S6 
grade : established a 633 

grading : ordered a 1 17-.NI. Evans, petition, damages a 225-refused 

a 573-L. B. Evans, payment of damages a 661 
improvements : petition a 100 
lamps : ordered a 727 

1877, extension: A. Mattell, payment land, etc. a 216 
grading: W. Dolan, petition, damages a 317-payment a 659 
lamps : petition a 41 1 , 854 

1879, claim : Martin Lynch c 47 a 4S 

Ashland-street bridge. 

1874, erection : order to consider expediency a a6S-order to build a 568, 578 

1875, rebuilding : petition a 261 

Ashmont st., Dorchester. 

1873, widening : payment land, etc., Augustus Meisel a 306 
1875, stable : G. B. Thayer a 656, 685 

187©, building : J. Quirk a 243, 24S, 262, 277 

stable : R. A. Thayer a 476, 490 
1877, lamps : petition a 25S, 854 

stable : Thomas Harmon a 4S3, 510 
1879, improvements : petition a 223 

stable : S. A. Field a 571, 581 

Ashton place. 

1871, stable : Foss & Merrill a iS, 2S 

1874, building : Kelley & Mooney c 566 a 567, 643 c 654 

Asphalt Pavement. (See Streets.) 

Assessors' Department. (See also Taxes.) 

1868, office room : request for additional a 69 c 74-granted c 79 a 80 

1869, committee : appointed a 5 c 10 
principal assessors : elected, a 36 c 38 

first assistants : nominated a 50 c 52-elected a 59 c 61 a 66 c 68 

a 74 c 76 a 80 c 82 a 86; order relative to increasing number, 
referred a 14 c 15 a 17-report, a 24-amended ordinance passed, 
a 29-referred c 34 a35~report, amended ordinance passed, c 39 a 42- 
notice of vacancy by death of J. W. Dudley, a 128 c 132-report no 
action necessary a 139 c 141 
second assistants : nominated c 69-recommitted c 69 a 74-report 
a 80 c 82-elected a 86 c 93 a 95 c 9S a 102 c 106; petition election 
C. W. Forbush c 93; order relative to manner of nominating 
c 113 a 116; notice of vacancy, death of A. P. Rollins c 126 a 129 
c 132-report no action a 139 c 141 ; number increased a 227 c 229 
assessment districts : number increased a 227 c 229 
books and records : arrangement ordered c 324 a 325 
ordinance : increasing number of assessment districts, etc., 
passed a 227 c 229 

1870, committee : appointed a 5 c 10 

principal assessors : elected a 3S, 45, 52 c 41, 48, 56; communi- 
cation of secretary relative to defalcation in treasury department 
a S3 

first assistants : elected a 45, 52, 59, 64, 101 c 48, 56, 61, 68, 104; 
petition for election John Brown c 48; J. F. Huntress declines 
c 4S-J. F. Huntress resigns a 52 c 56; J. H. Upham declines c 92 
a 95-vacancy filled c 99 a 101 ; Michael Carney, payment expenses 
c 162 a 165 

second assistants : elected c 56, 57 a 59 c 61 a 64 

non-residents : order to report names discussed tabled a no- 
passed a 119 ci2i-reporta 127; order to print names in auditor's 
report annually, tabled a 176; order to report names of real-estate 
owners referred a 323 

reorganization! topic of mayor's address referred a 14 c 16; 
ordinance referred a 27 c 30-report ordinance passed c 41, 48 a 52 

1871, committee : appointed ajcio 

principal assessors : elected a 34 c 36 a 38; order relative to 
increasing number to six and changing tenure of office a 35 c 36- 
majority and minority reports a 50-ordinance referred a 51-indefi- 
nitely postponed c 53; salaries increased c 155, 172 a 177 

first assistants : nominated a 51-elected a 51 c 61 a 66 c "joa a 71 
c 75 a 118 c i2i ; resignation Geo. B. Faunce a 107 c in; order 
relative to tenure of office a 35 c 36-majority and minority reports 
a 50-ordinance referred a 51-rejected c 53; salaries, order relative 
to increasing, rejected c 173-petition increase a 175 c 190 — increased 
c 204 a 205 

second assistants : nominated a 69 c 70-elected a 74, So, 89, 97, 
107 c 75, 82, 91, 103, in ; order relative to relieving from duty on 
dooming-board tabled c 219-rejected C22S; salaries, order relative to 
increasing, rejected c 173-petition increase a 185 c 190-increased 
c 204 a 205 

assessment districts : order relative to increasing number c n 
a 14-report no action necessary c 23 a 27 

clerks : employment authorized c 251, 256 a 262 

reduction of expenses : order to report on c 260 a 262-report, 
subject referred to next city council a 3SS c 391 

salaries: order relative to increasing rejected c 173; of principal 
assessors increased c 155 a 177; petition assistants for increase 
a 185 c 190-increased c 204 a 205 

1872, committee : appointed a 6 c 10; change in c 19 
principal assessors : elected a 47 c 49 

first assistants : request for increase in number a 46 c 49-ordi- 
nance reported and passed a 55 c 57; elected a 59 c 65 a 70 c 75 



Assessors' Department, continued. 

second assistants : elected a 79 c So a 85 c 89 a 93 c 96 a 101 

c 104 a 108 c 1 10 a 1 13 c 1 18 
office room : request for additional c 261 a 264 
ordinance : increasing number of first assistants, reported, 

passed a 55 c 57 

1873, committee : appointed a 9 c 17 
principal assessors 1 elected a 45 c 48 

first assistants : elected a 55 c 62 a 65 c 69 a 77 c S5 a 89 c 96 a 102 
c 105-committee of conference appointed c no a 115-report a 128- 
c 135-elected a 128-tabled c 135 
second assistants : elected a 90 c 96, 97 a 102 c 105 a 116 
clerk-bire : additional allowance for a 91 c 96, 106 

1874, committee : appointed a 7 c 13 

principal assessors : nominated a 31 c 32-elected a 37 c 42; no- 
tice of vacancy caused by death of D. H. Whitney a 236 c 243- 
B. F. Palmer elected to fill vacancy a 253 c 257 
first assistants : nominated a 48 c 57-elected a 53 c 57 a 64 c 79 

a 84 
second assistants : nominated a 73 c 79-elected a 73 c 79, 80 
clerk-nire : additional appropiation for c 146 a 150 
claim : G. S. Pendergast et al., assessors of Charlestown, services 

a 55° c 557 
office room : assigned a 461 
records : order passed to sell duplicates a 255, 262-tabled c 272 

1875, committee : appointed a 7 c 10 

principal assessors: nominated a 21 c 23-elected a 31 c 39 
first, assistants : nominated a 32 c 39-elected a 3S c 56 a 59 
second assistants : nominated a 62 c 76-elected a 66 c 85 
assessors' plans : petition that copies be filed in registry of deeds 

a 75 2 
Back-bay basin : comparative valuation in 1S55 and 1S75 a 100 
warrant : order to consider expediency of verifying a 61, 66 

1876, committee : appointed a n c 16-mayor's address referred to c 29 

a 32 
principal assessors : nominated a 46 c 50-elected a 67 c 71 
first assistants : nominated a 101 c 121-elected a 133-assigned 

c 150-protest and discussion c 16S, 169-elected c 169; E. E. 

Fletcher et al. petition for election of Nathaniel Seaver c 169; 

election to fill vacancy a 210 c 218-resignation of Henry W. 

Wilson a 724 c 732 
second assistants : nominated and elected a 209, 210-discussed 

and elected c 219, 220, 235 a 243; resignation of L. W. Shaw a 488 

c 499; B. Stone, petition, appointment a 59 c 70 
evasion of taxation : order passed to petition for legislation 

c 75 a 76 
ordinance : to amend ordinance concerning (C.D.17) a 34-sub- 

stitute offered a 44-adopted a 67-referred c 70 a 76-report (new 

draft) c 98-assigned c 104-passed c 126 a 134 
real-estate valuation : orderto report in reference to, discussed, 

tabled a 35, 36-discussed, rejected a 47, 48, 49 
surveyor's plans : order to prepare referred a 605 c 615-report, 

order passed a 632-tabled c66o-discussed, passed c 679; extra copies 

ordered a 703 c 705 
sales of land by city : collector to furnish details to assessors 

a 250 c 255 

1877, committee : appointed c 6 a 8 

principal assessors : nominated a 46 c 48-motion to elect dis- 
cussed, withdrawn a 56-tabled c 5S-elected c 96-tabled a 100- 
elected a 179, 180 c 183 a 202 c 206 a 215 c 217 a 223 c 228 

first assistants : nominated a 19S c 206-elected a 215, 216 c 217 
a 224 c 228 

second assistants : nominated a 226 c 228-elected a 238 c 254 
a 258 c 270 a 278 c 286; order to obtain opinion of city solicitor on 
validity of election c 254; ordinance passed abolishing office a 69- 
discussed c 72, 73-discussed, rejected c 95, 96-motion to reconsider 
discussed c cjS-withdrawn c 122; ordinance relative to duties re- 
ferred a 149-tabled c 158-rejected c 315 

secretary : payment extra services a 795 c 803 

ordinance : abolishing office second assistants passed a 69-dis- 
cussed, rejected c 72, 73, 95, 96-motion to reconsider discussed, 
withdrawn c 98, 122; relative to duties second assistants referred 
a 149-tabled c 158-rejected c 315 

1878, committee: appointed c 7a8 

principal assessors : nominated c 33 a 37-elected a 38 c 44 
first assistants : nominated c 64-elected a 69, 70 c 74, 94 
second assistants : nominated c 89-elected a 95 c 104 a no c 116 
a 127 c 135; order to consider expediency of abolishing office a 10 
c 12-report inexpedient a 38 c 42; order to consider expediency of 
appointment by principal assessors a 38 c 42-reconsidered, referred 
c 62, 63 a 68-report, inexpedient c 89 a 95 ; resignation A. H. Tay- 
lor c 246 a 250-D. W. Blaney elected a 251 c 258 
tax titles: order relative to repeal of sec. 5, c. 1 S3, acts of 1862 c 182 
a 1S3 ; order passed to petition for amendment to c. 266, acts of 187S 
a 713 c 737 
voters : order to furnish statistics concerning referred c 93 a 96- 

report, inexpedient a 169 c 172 
voting precincts : communication from assessors giving bounda- 
ries, etc. (C.D.67) a 447; assessors directed to place numbers of 
precincts against names of voters c 458 a 460 

1879, committee: appointed c 12 a 13; so much of mayor's address as 

relates to assessment of taxes referred to c 28 a 34-report c 63 a 69 
principal assessors : nominated and elected a 73 c 79, 97; order 
to petition for change in method of appointment and tenure of 
office referred c 648-tabled a 657-referred a 671-report and ordi- 
nance a 696-ordinance passed a 697-discussed c 700-referred to 
next city council c 733 a 739-motion to reconsider rejected c 750 



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ASSESSORS' 



ASSESSORS 



Assessors' Department, continued. 

fit: >it. assistants: nominated a 10S c 112-electeda 119 c 131 a 141 
c 151 a 169 c 172; ruling' on election of c 152; resignation Michael 
Carney c 322 a 325-majority and minoiity nominations c 360- 
ballots c 361 a 365 c 373-indetinitely postponed a 376; order passed 
relating to new method of choosing c 177 a 1S3; order relative to 
new method of choosing (CD. 111) c 621-assigned c 640-substi- 
tute order (CD. 117) assigned c 640-discussed, referred c 647, 648- 
tabled a 657-referred a 671-report, inexpedient a 696-referred to 
next city council c 733 a 739 

second assistants : nominated c 175, 176 a iS4-elected a 18S 
c 189, 190, 191 a 195 c 199; petition for election of W. S. Whitney 
a 195; petition B. M. Young to be declared elected a 196-record 
amended a 196; order relative to new method of choosing (CD. 
m) assigned c 621-substitute order (CD. 11 7) assigned c 640- 
discussed, referred c 647, 648-tabled a 657-referred a 671-report, 
inexpedient a 696-referred to next city council c 733 a 739 

clerk : payment for night duty a 681 c 682 

assessment : order passed to print pamphlet edition of laws re- 
lating to c 532 a 536 ; order directing separate assessment of city and 
county taxes, discussed, assigned C214, 219-ordinance substituted, 
discussed, passed c23S-243~discussed, assigned a 257-262-assigned 
a 314, 331-tabled a 352-rejected a 394 

division of poll-taxes : circular relative to c 531 a 536 ; see, also, 
assessment, ante. 

doomlng-board: request for use of council chamber c 397- 
granted c 401 

ordinance : relating to election of principal assessors, passed a 
696-referred to next city council c 733 a 739-motion to reconsider 
rejected c 750 

poll-taxes : see division of taxes, ante. 

school expenses : order passed to exhibit on-tax bills c 176 a 183 

surveyors' plans : payment for a 404 c 405, 428 

voting precincts : new division of wards 23, 24, 25 described 
(CD. S 2) a 2 SS 

Assessors elected. 

1809, principals : T. J. Bancroft, Benjamin Cushing, Thomas Hills, 
G. A. Simmons, Horace Smith. First assistants : John Brown, 
Michael Carney, C. A. Connor, James Dennie, J. L. Drew, J. W. 
Dudley, E. E. Fletcher, C. E. Grant, A. R. Holden, J. F. Hunt- 
ress, Francis James, L. F. Morse, A. B. Munroe, B. F. Palmer, 
Otis Rich, G. D. Ricker, E. F. Robinson, E. B. Spinney, G. F. 
Williams. Second assistants : Joseph Allen, S. P. Blake, O. P. 
Bowman, C. D. Boyce, F. S. Carruth, John A. Daly, G. F. Davis, 
John F. Flynn, James Healy, E. A. Hunting, Horace Jenkins, J. 
A. Johnston, Thomas Leavitt, W. H. Mcintosh, J. M. Maguire, 
John Noble, A. P. Rollins, D.J. Sweeney, G. W. Skinner. 

1870, principals : T. J. Bancroft, Benjamin Cushing, Thomas Hills, 
James Ritchie, Horace Smith. First assistants : John Brown, 
Theophilus Burr, Michael Carney, G. F. Davis, James Dennie, 
Ross Doherty, J. L. Drew, W. J. Ellis, G. B. Faunce, Wm. 
Gallagher, Oliver Hall, J. M. Maguire, L. F. Morse, A. B. Mun- 
roe, B. F. Palmer, James Perkins, J. T. Prince, G. D. Ricker, 
E. F. Robinson, E. B. Spinney, J. T. Swan, J. H. Upham (de- 
clined), G. F. Williams. Second assistants : Joseph Allen, S. P. 



Blake, C D. Boyce, J. L. Brigham, F. S. Carruth, J. D. Carty, 
Thomas Caswell, P. A. Doherty, Martin Dowling, J. F. Flynn, 
J. J. Gallivan, Thaddeus Gould, Thomas Leavitt, W. H. Mcin- 
tosh, W. H. Mason, John Noble, Chas. Nowell, E. H. R. Ruggles, 
G. W. Skinner, Jeremiah Sullivan, D.J.Sweeney, Wm. With- 
in gton. 

1871, principals : T. J. Bancroft, Benjamin Cushing, Thomas Hills, 

Horace Smith, D. H. Whitney. First assistants : John Brown, 
Theophilus Burr, Michael Carney, M. J. Croak, G. F. Davis, 
James Dennie, J. L. Drew, W. J. Ellis, William Gallagher, J. M. 
Maguire, L. F. Morse, A. B. Munroe, B. F. Palmer, Otis Rich, 
E. F. Robinson, P. B. Smith, E. B. Spinney, J. T. Swan, G. F. 
Williams, William Withington, A. G. Wyman, P. A. Young. 
Second assistants : J. D. Carty, Thomas Caswell, I. A. Daven- 
port, Martin Dowling, J. J. Flvnn, J.J. Gallivan, J. H. Giblin, 
Thaddeus Gould, Oliver Hall, H. N. Holbrook, Edward Kelly, 
Thomas Leavitt, W. H. Mcintosh, W. H. Mason, John Noble, 
Charles Nowell, J. T. Prince, E. H. R. Ruggles, R. H. Scannell, 
G. W. Skinner, D. J. Sweeney, \V. S. Whitney. 

1872, principals: T. J. Bancroft, Benjamin Cushing, Thomas Hills, 

Horace Smith, D. H. Whitney. First assistants : I. F. Atwood, 
J. L. Brigham, John Brown, Theophilus Burr, Michael Carney, 
M.J. Croak, J. K. Crowley, G.B.Davis, James Dennie, J. L. 
Drew, W.J. Ellis, Wm. Gallagher, James Healy, C. E.Jackson, 
J. M. Maguire, L. F. Morse, B. F. Palmer, Henrv Pierce, Otis 
Rich, E. F. Robinson, P. B. Smith, E. B. Spinney, G. F Wil- 
liams, Wm. Withington, A. G. Wyman, P. A. Young. Second 
assistants: C. H. Boardman, A. J. Browne, D. Cawley, Jr., G. 
W. Close, I. D. Davenport, E. W. Dolan, H. A. Drake, J. J. Gal- 
livan, Oliver Hall, E. Kelley, Thomas Leavitt, W. H. Mason, 
John Noble, Charles Nowell, John Pierce, Dudley Pray, J. T. 
Prince, E. II. R. Ruggles, R. H. Scannell, E. G. Scott, G. W. 
Skinner, Jeremiah Sullivan, D.J. Sweeney, J.H. Tallon, Wm. S. 
Whitney. 

1873, p lincipals : T. J. Bancroft, Benjamin Cushing, Thomas Hills, Hor. 

ace Smith, D. H. Whitney. First assistants : I. F. Atwood, J 
L. Brigham, A.J. Browne, Michael Carney, W. H. Cundy, G. F" 
Davis, J. L. Drew, W. J. Ellis, Wm. Gallagher, J. H. Giblin,' 
Thaddeus Gould, James Healy, C. E. Jackson, J. M. Maguire, 
L. F. Morse, Charles Nowell, B. F. Palmer, Henry Pierce, Otis 

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Assessors elected, continued. 

Rich, E. F. Robinson, P. B. Smith, E. B. Spinney, G. F. Wil- 
liams, Wm. Withington, A. C. Wyman, P. A. Young. Second 
assistants : Joseph Allen, D. Cawlev, Jr., G. W. Close, G. W. 
Conant, I. D. Davenport, E. W. Dolan, Martin Dowling, H. A. 
Drake, J. J. Gallivan, J. H. Grose, C. B. Hunting, E. Kelley, 
Thomas Leavitt, W. H. Mcintosh, John Noble, John Pierce, 
Dudley Pray, J. T. Prince, E. H. R. Ruggles, R. H.' Scannell, E. 
G. Scott, G. W. Skinner, James Standish, F. R. Stoddard, Jere- 
miah Sullivan, D. J. Sweeney, W. S. Whitney. 

1874, principals : T.J. Bancroft, Benjamin Cushing, Thomas Hills, Hor- 

ace Smith, D. H. Whitney. First assistants : J. L. Brigham, John 
Brown, A.J. Browne, Theophilus Burr, Michael Carney, Judson 
Chapin, Nahum Chapin, G. A. Comins, W. H. Cundy, G. F. 
Davis, J. L. Drew, J. S. Duncklee, W.J. Ellis, J. H. Giblin, J. R. 
Grose, James Healy, C. E. Jackson, W. B. Long, L. F. Morse, 
Charles Nowell, B. F. Palmer, G. S. Pendergast, Henry Pierce, 
Otis Rich, E. F. Robinson, R. H. Scanned, P. B. Smith, E. B. 
Spinney, Gideon Walker, G. F. Williams, Wm. Withington, A. 

C. Wyman, P. A. Young. Second assistants : Joseph Allen, I. 
F. Atwood, T. J. Callahan, G. O. Currier, G. R. Dane, I. D. 
Davenport, H. W. Dickerman, John Doherty, E. W. Dolan, Mar- 
tin Dowling, H. A. Drake, G. W. Conant, Thomas Leavitt, A. J. 
Locke, Horace Loring, W. H. Mcintosh, John Noble, John Pierce, 
Dudley Pray, J. T. Prince, D. G. Quirk, F. S. Risteen, E. H. R. 
Ruggles, E. G. Scott, G. W. Skinner, James Standish, F. R. 
Stoddard, Jeremiah Sullivan, D. J. Sweeney, D. D. Taylor, J. F. 
Taylor, J. E. Toner, Wm. S Whitney. 

1875, principals: T.J. Bancroft, Benjamin dishing, Thomas Hills, B. 

F. Palmer, Horace Smith. First assistants : John Brown, A. J. 
Browne, Theophilus Burr, ^Michael Carney, Nahum Chapin, G. A. 
Comins, W. H. Cundy, G. F. Davis, H. W. Dickerman, J. L. Drew, 
J. S. Duncklee, W. J. Ellis, J. H. Giblin, J. R. Grose, C E. Jackson, 
W. B. Long, Horace Loring, L. F. Morse, John Noble, Charles 
Nowell, G. S. Pendergast, Henry Pierce, John Pierce, Otis Rich, 

G. D. Ricker, E. F. Robinson, P. B. Smith, E. B. Spinney, Gideon 
Walker, G. F. Williams, Wm. Withington, A. C. Wyman, P. A. 
Young. Second assistants : Q. W. Conant, J. C. Coombs, I. A. 
Davenport, I. W. Derby, E. W. Dolan, Martin Dowling, A. R. 
Holden, J. E. Huntress, Richardson Hutchinson, Thomas Leavitt, 
W. H. Mcintosh, Dennis Moore, J. J. Murphy, Dudley Pray, J. 
T. Prince, D. G. Quirk, F. S. Risteen, E. H. R. Ruggles, R. H. 
Scannell, E. G. Scott, George Shackford, G. W. Skinner, R. B. 
Smart, W. B. Smart, W. N. Starrett, J. W. Steere, F. R. Stod- 
dard, D. D. Taylor, J. E. Toner, Isaiah Whitten, F. A. Wilkins, 
G. H. Williams, Wm. S. Whitney. 

1870, principals : T. J. Bancroft, Benjamin Cushing, Thomas Hills, 
B. F. Palmer, Horace Smith. First assistants : John Brown, A. 
J. Browne, Theophilus Burr, Michael Carney, Nahum Chapin, G. 
A. Comins, W. H. Cundy, I. D. Davenport, J. L. Drew, W. J. 
Ellis, J. R. Grose, A. R. Flolden, Thomas Leavitt, Wm. B. Long, 
Horace Loring, John McElroy, L. F. Morse, John Noble, Charles 
Nowell, John Pearce, G. S. Pendergast, Henry Pierce, John 
Pierce, G. D. Ricker, E. F. Robinson, R. B. Smart, W. B. Smart, 
P. B. Smith, H. J. Toland, Gideon Walker. G. F. Williams, S. S. 
Willson, H. W. Wilson. Second assistants : R.J.Allman, G. N. 
Bliss, John Brvant, D. R. Child, S. N. Davenport, Alex. Dickson, 

E. W. Dolan, Martin Dowling, J. H. Duane, J. H. Griggs, Wal- 
ter Harmon, J. E. Huntress, G. W. Kingman, J. J. Murphy, I. E. 
Noyes, S. P. Oliver, Dudley Pray, J. L. Quigley, D. G. 'Quirk, 
Charles Roberts, E. H. R. Ruggles, E. G. Scott, George Shack- 
ford, L. W. Shaw, James Standish, W. N. Starrett, J. W. Steere, 

D. D. Taylor, George Warren, Joseph White, Jr., W. S. Whitney, 

F. A. Wilkins, Wm. Withington. 

1877, principals : Benjamin Cushing, J. S. Duncklee, Thomas Hills, B. 
F. Palmer, E. F. Robinson. First assistants : G. N. Bliss, John 
Brown, A. J. Browne, Michael Carnev, Nahum Chapin, G. A. 
Comins, W. H. Cundy, J. II. Duane, W. J. Ellis, J. H. Giblin, C. 

E. Grant, J. H. Griggs, "J. R. Grose, A. R. Holden, C. B. Hunt- 
ing, G. W. Kingman, John Leahy, Thomas Leavitt, W. B. Long, 
Horace Loring, John McElroy, L. F. Morse, Charles Nowell, G. 
S. Pendergast, Henry Pierce, John Pierce, G. D. Ricker, R. B. 
Smart, W. B. Smart, W. N. "Starrett, Gideon Walker, W. A. 
Wheeler, G. F. Williams. Second assistants : R.J. Allman, T. J. 
Anderson, H. B. Bowen, J. R. Briggs, John Brvant, John Car- 
ven, M. D. Collins, E. W. Dolan, F. H. Field, J. J. Follen, W. A. 
Foss, J. J. Gartland, John Haggerty, Ti-unis Hanev, Walter 
Harmon, F. E. Hines, D. T. Holland, J. J. Murphy, I. E. Noyes, 
S. P. Oliver, D. G. Quirk, E. J. Riley, P. H. Rogers, L. W. Shaw, 
T. A. Tallon, D. D. Taylor, C E. Temple, M. R. Walsh, George 
Warren, George W. Warren, W. S. Whitney, Isaiah Whitten, 
Wm. Withington. 

1878, principals: Benjamin Cushing, J. S. D\incklee, Thomas Hills, B. 

F. Palmer, E. F. Robinson. First assistants : John Brown, A. J. 
Browne, Theophilus Burr, Michael Carney, Nahum Chapin, G. A. 
Comins, W. H. Cundy, J. L. Drew, J. H. Duane, W. J. Ellis, J. H. 
Giblin, C. E.Grant, J. H. Griggs, J. 'R. Grose, A. R. Holden, C B. 
Hunting, Thomas Leavitt, W. B. Long, Horace Loring, John Mc- 
Elroy, L. F. Morse, Charles Nowell, G. S. Pendergast, Henry 
Pierce, John Pierce, R. B. Smart, W. B. Smart, P. B. Smith, W. 
N. Starrett, C. E. Temple, Gideon Walker, XV. A. Wheeler, G. 
F. Williams. Second assistants : T. J. Anderson, D. W. Blaney, 
H.B. Bowen, J. R. Briggs, John Bryant, E. P. Butler, John Car- 
ven, M. D. Collins, J. C. Cook, W. W. Dromey, F. H. Field, 
Frank Fuller, J. E. Hall, F. E. Hines, D. J. Holland, S. B. 
Krogman, I. E. Noyes, S. P. Oliver, John Osborne, Jr., J. F. 
Payson, Dudley Pray, D. G. Quirk, P."H. Rogers, C.*C. Ryder, 




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Assessors elected, continued. 

James Standish, D. D. Taylor, G. W. Warren, George Warren, 
Joseph White, Jr., W. S." Whitney, Isaiah Whiiten, W. With- 
ington, A. I. Woodbury. 
1879, principals i Benjamin Gushing, }. S. Duncklee, Thomas Hills, B. 
F. Palmer, E. F. Robinson. First assistants : A. J. Browne, 
M. D. Collins, G. A. Comins, VV. H. Cundy, Daniel Doherty, 
J. L. Drew, W. W. Dromey, J. H. Duane, W. J. Ellis, R. J. 
Fennelly, J. H. Giblin, C. E. Grant, J. H. Griggs, J. R. Grose, 
A. R. Holden, C. B. Hunting, G. W. Kingman, Thomas Leavitt, 
W. B. Long, Horace Loring, L. F. Morse, J. J. Murphy, G. S. 
Pendergast, Henry Pierce, G. A. Shaw, J. B. Shea, W. B. Smart, 
Horace Smith, W. N. Starrett, C. E. Temple, Gideon Walker, 
W. A. Wheeler. Second assistants : Hiram Ames, D. E. Bergen, 
J. R. Briggs, John Bryant, E. P. Butler, John Carven, J. C. Cook, 
E. B. Dailey, P. M. Denon, J. H. Dyer, F. H. Field, Frank 
Fuller, H. H. Guinan, J. E. Hall, John Hartnett, T- F. Kelly, C. C. 
Kendall, S. B. Krogman, I. E. Noyes, J. T. O'Connor, S. P. 
Oliver, John Osborne, Jr., J. F. Payson, John Pierce, D. G. Quirk, 
P. H. Rogers, C. C. Ryder, T. S. Shaughnessy, D. D. Taylor, 
George Warren, W. S. Whitney, Isaiah Whitten, A. I. Woodbury. 

Assign, motion to. 

1873, not in order when yeas and nays have been ordered c 380 

1875, cannot be entertained while motion to table is pending a 15 

1878, previous question takes precedence of c 411 

187©, motion to substitute takes precedence c 64; takes precedence of pre- 
vious question c 116; takts precedence of motion to indefinitely 
postpone c 116; notice to reconsider election by ballot cannot be 
assigned c 164; motion not ya order on question of appeal c 166; 
motion to take from table cannot be assigned c 177; call for yeas 
and nays cannot be assigned c 179 

Assignment. 

1877, main question in order at conclusion of c 721 



(See Fire Department.) 



Assistant Engineers. 
Athens street. 

1868, buildings : J. M.Allen a 17; Mark Dowling a 13; Thomas Keyes 

a 27 
laying out : order relating to a 50 

1869, building : John Clancy a 184 
laying out: petition a 28 
vaults : petition removal a 128 

1870, buildings : Keyes & Co. a 2S5 ; Asa Mitchell a 122 
grading: Patrick Hanglin, petition, damages a 217-payment 

a 225; M.S. T. Macomber, payment, damages a 213-rescinded 

a 241-refused a 268-petition a 320 
laying out : order notice a 269-hearing a 2S6-report no action 

necessary a 365 
nuisance : abated a 210, 323 
widening: order notice a 201-hearing a 207-ordered a 258; M. S. 

T. Macomber, petition damages a 320 

1871, grade: established a 2S0, 2S8; petition hearing relative to a 319- 

report no action necessary a 348 

stables : Thomas Heaney a 252, 262; M. Murphy a 244, 249 
1878, building : Thomas Haney c 335 a 342, 363 c 365 

cesspool : petition for removal a 297 

grade : established a 62 

grading : removal obstructions ordered a 241 ; damages, T. F. 
Carbery et at., petition a 210-refused a 244 — T. Keyes, petition a5i — 
M. S. T. Macomber, payment a 164-petition a 2S0 — Mary Oliver, 
petition a 243-refused a 252; petition for grading and paving a 243 

laying out : order passed to consider expediency c 5, 10 a 14- 
report c 33 a 39 

nuisance : abated a 9, 62, 237 

paving : petition a 113-ordered a 134, 141 

sewer : schedule, etc. a SS 

sidewalks : ordered a 134, 141, 164, 253, 256 

stables : J. A. Allen a 152, 163; James Havey a 203, 223 

1873, claim : Hannah Sullivan a 40 c 47 
grading : petition a3S2; settlement, damages, heirs of J. Carberry 

and T. H. Carberry, petition a 139-refused a 209-Thomas Keyes, 
payment a 302-Robert McDevitt, petition a 418-refused a 436 

sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 575 

stables: S. Connelly a 139, 170; M. Murphy a 149, 189, 467,474; 
Wilson & Brother a 196, 209 

widening : M. S. T. Macomber refused damages a 140 

1874, edgestones. sidewalks, paving : between F and Dorchester 

streets, ordered a 414, 437; between A and B streets, petition a 471, 
610; between B and C streets, petition a 525-ordered a 596, 610 

grade : established a 66, 72 

grading, paving : petitions a 313, 605 

sidewalks : J. J. Williams, petition abatement assessment a 136- 
refused a 151 ; assessment abated, Geo. McDonald a 623; assess- 
ments changed, Cady-Flaherty a 152, Keleen-Dyer, Howe-Porter 
a 623 

1875, edgestones and sidewalks: ordered a 2S0, 292; schedule and 

collection a 722 
grade : established a 309 
grading : damages M. McDermott, petition a 465-refused a 479- 

J. Murphy, petition a 574-refused a 622 
paving : ordered a 2S0 

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Athens street, continued. 

sewer : order notice a 438, 446-to build 44S-schedule, etc. 734J, 753 

sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 21 ; assessments changed, Larabee- 
Robb a 192, Boyle-Kenniff a 447; M. A. Howard, petition abate- 
ment a 346-refused a 37s 
187©, edgestones, sidewalks, macadamizing : ordered a 393 

edgestones, sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 747 

grading: settlement damages: Ellen McDermott, petition a in- 
payment a 17S — L. B. Murtagh, petition a 191 — B. Welch, petition 
a 76-payment a 138 

paving : petitions a 191, 404-refused a 245, 393; ordered a 245 

stable : M. Haley a 174, 277 

1877, edgestones and sidewalks : Wm. Farrell, petition abatement 
assessment a 594-abated a 842 

grading : Mary Murtagh, petition damages a 130 
sidewalks: petition a 146 

1878, sidewalks : Thomas Clay, petition abatement assessment a 16S- 

abated a 1S4 
stable : Mark Morse a 81, 97 

1879, claim : Anna Maher a 119 c 131 a 169 c 172 

Athens-street bridge. 

1874, building: ordered a 514 

Athens-street Primary School. 

1871, order to hire and fit up rooms c S6 a 88 

Atherton School-house. 

1872, site purchased a 163,175 c 179,18s; order passed to build a 244 

c 247 

1877, order to sell land and building a 509 c 513 

Atherton street. 

1873, stable: William Agnew, a 310,317 

1874, sewer : petition a 251 — order notice 531, 539— to build 556 

1875, edgestones, gutters, macadamizing: ordered a 298, 308; 
petition a 558 

1876, edgestones : schedule, etc. a 33; assessment changed, Allen-Win- 
chell a 138 

sewer: assessment changed, Colby- Winchell a 101 ; assessment 
abated, H. Grundel a 537 

1878, numbering: petition a 460 
stable : F. W. Kittredge a 25, 305 

1879, stables : F. W. Kittredge a 88, 20S; F. E. Taylor a 525, 540 



Atlantic avenue. 

1868, laying out: hearing % a o-report committee (CD. 128) a go-dis- 
cussed and recommitted a 62, 66-orderto print speeches in favor of 
a 67-resolve and order passed (CD. 139) a 71-discussion, order 
passed C72, 73; order passed to build a 77 

1869, laying out and widening : order to quit and remove obstruc- 
tions a 51, 66; petition change in direction a 56-petition in aid of 
a 64-re fused a So; assessment of damages order of notice a 236- 
hearing a 253-estimate a 327, 330; ■payment damages, etc., peti- 
tions, B. P. Homer, proprietors T wharf, Rowe's wharf corpora' 
tion, C L. Inches, Moses Williams, Central wharf corporation 
a 223, proprietors Long wharf, Josiah Quincy, A. H. Pratt, H. 
Sigourney, C Ellis, B. P. Chamberlain, a 232, proprietors India 
wharf a 241, Lewis wharf corporation a 253; estates surrendered, 
C. & L. Ellis, H. Sigourney a 273; payment land, etc., J. M. 
Forbes a 182, S. H. Russell and J. G. Palfrey, trustees, P. Parker 
and C. F. Shimmin, trustees a 269 ; C. D. George and John Homans, 
trustees a 277, C. F. Shimmin, J. S. Nickerson, Peter Parker, 
J. W. Converse, C. L. Inches, Frederick Nickerson a 2S6, Calvin 
and Lucy Ellis, C. H. Warren and Edward Blake, trustees, Moses 
Williams, G. L. and A. H. Pratt, W. T. Andrews, trustee, B. P. 
Chamberlain a 295, Moses Williams, estate of Henry and Margaret 
Sigourney, heirs of Luther Ellis a }oo c 302, 30S, J. A. Lowell 
a 317, C. & L. Ellis a 31S 

sewer: petition a 94; order of notice, a 140-hearing a 147-land 
taken a 165 ; expense of constructing sewers in Commercial and 
India streets and street east of custom-house and north side of 
Central wharf charged to appropriation for a 193; petition against 
obstruction of sewerage from India street a 202; report no action 
necessary on petition E. F. Pratt a 242 

1870, building : J. W. Converse a 116 
docks : filling ordered a 191, 192 
encroachments : report on a 173 
extension : petitions a 17-refused a 40, 45 
grading : petitions a 107, 141, 253-refused a 117, 265 
laying out : displacement tide water, city solicitor directed to 

appear before harbor commissioners and protect the interests of 
city a 2c 2; communication from harbor commissioners referred 
a 182 c iSS-report (CD. 112) order passed to petition for abatement 
assessment a 32S-discussed tabled c 347-passed c 363; J. O. Boyle, 
petition damages a 12-refused a 70; proprietors India wharf, peti- 
tion for stoppage of work a 5-refused a 2S; cases of Rowe's 
wharf and Central wharf corporations referred to arbitration a 152; 
order to file claim for filling dock in registry of deeds a 249; 
petition proprietors Long wharf for completion filling a 263; A. 
Boschke, petition payment filling docks a 206 c 215; payment land, 
etc., W. T. Andrews a 310, 316, Commercial wharf corporation 
a 122, J. Deshon a 310, heirs John Kennedy a 119, Lewis wharf cor- 
poration a 64, proprietors Long wharf a 14, Mercantile wharf 




ATLANTIC 



AUCTIONEERS 



Atlantic avenue, continued. 



Joel 



corporation a 123, proprietors Rowe's wharf a 302, heirs 
Thayer a 135, 175; betterments assessed (C.D.m) a 331 
sea-wall : Boynton Brothers, petition payment construction a 132 

1871, claim : Catherine Griffin a 252 c 256 a 339 c 341 
grade : established a 138, 142, 17S, iSS 

laying out and grading : claims for filling docks a 45, 49, 167; 
removal obstructions ordered a 2S0; petition compensation dis- 
placement tide water a 33S; request additional appropriation 
(C.D.96), loan authorized a3SS C392; apportionment of betterments, 
petitions, B. P. Winslow a iS, J. VV. Converse a 25, B. F. Mahan, 
Edward Holbrook a32, Thos. Gleason, Wm. Kimball a43, proprie- 
tors Rowe's wharf a 252 ; abatement assessments, heirs T. 
Atkins, petition a 49-abated a 399, Z. Bassett, petition a 18, 
L. Beebe, petition a 49-abated a 399, Edward Bell, petition 
a 49-abated a 399, heirs F. Clapp petition a 375, Edward Holbrook, 
petition a 32, J. and C. Hunting, abated a 399, William Kimball, 
petition a 43, N. Matthews, abated a 29, 32, F. G. Shaw et at., 
petition a 43, F. E. Parker and F. G. Shaw, abated a 399, A. Bin- 
ney and S. Shaw, abated a 399, heirs E. Howard a 399-Henry 
Pigeon, abated a 399; betterments assessed, J. and C. Hunting a 
29, 32; payment damages, Central wharf corporation a 390 

land : sale authorized a 45 

1872, laying out : payment land, etc., proprietors T wharf a 3SS, 389^; 

grade damages, proprietors Rowe's wharf, payment a 79, 85, Ed. 

Holbrook, petition a 310; betterments, abatement, J. \V. Converse 

et at., petition a 77, J. A. Lowell, abated a 294 — apportionment, E. 

Blake et at., petition a 305, apportioned a 331 — deducted, order 

passed (CD. 94) a 276 
railroad : Union Freight Railroad a 239 
widening ; request to report expense c 191 a 192- report a 236 

c 247 

1873, grading: E. Holbrook refused damages a 162 

laying out : subject of displacement of tide-water referred a 152 
c 154-report c 1S4 a 1S7; notice to remove building over line a 444- 
time extended a 470; land damages, J. and E. Quincy, payment 
a 139 c 144, 155; betterments, proprietors India wharf, petition ap- 
portionment a 178-refused a 293 — Z. Bassett, petition abatement 
a 19-no action necessary a 219 

1874, cellar : proprietors T wharf, petition a 525-granted a 555 
grading : petition a 550 

name : portion of Broad street, so called a 11S, 136 

railroad : Union Freight a 594, 612 

retaining-wall : order passed to pay C. H. Dolbeare for right to 
build a 431, 434-rescinded, new order passed a 554, 559 

stables : J. F. Hill a 136, 153; J. E. Piper a 600, 610, 628 

stationary engine : Porter & Co. a 598 

telegraph, poles : dangerous in case of fire a 612-order of in- 
quiiy relative to a 712- report a 767 

urinal : order passed to obtain authority to locate a 463 c 464 

watering : petition a 447 

widening : petition relative to charging for railroad facilities and 
wagon stands a 28 c 32-report, order to petition for legislation dis- 
cussed, tabled a 64, 65-remonstrance a 72-order rejecled a 72-peti- 
tion for reconsideration a 91 c 97 

1875, edgestones : petition a 430 

grading : A. Pickering, petition for damages a 507-refused a 533 
laying out : committee to settle claims a 207; request for addi- 
tional appropriation (C.D.5S) a 279-transfers a 294 c 299, 313; 
payment for land and damages, proprietors India wharf a 279, 
292, proprietors T wharf a 438, 44S; petitions for abatement of 
betterments, L. Ware, a 452; C. H. Dolbeare a 574 
pipe : petition Oxnard sugar refinery a 292-permit a 309 
railroad t Union freight, a 619, 639 

retaining-wall : Daniel Graw, payment for building a 622 
stables : Hill & Rice a 292 ; J. E. Piper a 436, 450 

1876, buildings: Jasper sugar refinery a 22S c 235; S. & D. Richards 

a 261, 277 
edgestones and sidewalks : petition a 294-ordered a 311 
extension: petition a 393 c 395 
laying out : settlement of claims authorized a 1 17 
paving: ordered a 409 
railroad: Metropolitan a 32, 45, 99, J3S, 15S, 17S, 385, 409, 46S, 

4S0, 4SS 
sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 511 

1877, laying out: C. H. Dolbeare refused abatement a 58 
railroad : Metropolitan a 80, 101, 171, 33S, 363 

sidewalks : petition a 210, 448-ordered a 226, 474; schedule, etc. 
a 555; petition E. B. Phillips, excavation under a 223-granted 
a 265 

1878, buildings : Mercantile wharf corporation a 3S1 c 3S9 a 42S c 432 

a 75°. 7S8 
crossing : petition a 5S2 
hoisting beam : W. D. Hobbs a 591 
railroad : Metropolitan a 3S1, 3S7, 446, 462, 4S5 
sea-wall : M. D. Ross, petition a 3Si-i - efused a 506 
sidewalks : petition a 425 
widening : W. R. Clark, assessment abated a 305 

1879, building : Central wharf and Wet Dock Co. a 592, 601 
crosswalk : ordered a 493 

hoisting apparatus : AI. Washburn, trustee, petition a 387 
railroads : Highland stieet a 597, 613, 653-656, 7oS-Metropolitan 
a 374, 425, 462, 471, 708-South Boston a 415, 425, 471, 472 

Atlantic street. 

1859, building : F. O. Clark a 161 

edgestones and sidewalks : 



ordered a 91-schedule, etc. a 216 



iS9-report, order to 



Atlantic street, continued. 

1876, building: J. L. Giddes a 17 
1871, building: J. B. Gardner a 22 

1873, stable : W. R. Gerrish a 25S, 2SS, 292, 306 

Atlantic-works wharf. 

1878, boiler: E. Hodge & Co. petition to move a 23- permit a 33 

Attorney, District. 

1874, order for report on expediency of furnishing rooms for, at 30 Pem- 

berton square a 241-report inexpedient a 342 

Attorney General (State). 

1877, notice from of petition for writ of mandamus to prevent abolition ot 

ferry tolls a 65S 

Auburn place. 

1869, lamps : petition a 253 

Auburn Primary School-house. 

1879, yard, request for enlargement c 455 a 459 

1875, additional accommodations, request c 175 
furnish c 23S, 25S a 262 

Auburn street. 

1868, sewer: assessment abated, R. W. Ames, Aug. and Wm. Bacon, 

a 69 

1869, edgestones and sidewalks : ordered a 215 
extension : petition a 101 

trees : removal a 79, 102 

1876, extension: refused a 46 
nuisance : abated a 342 
trees : removal a 5S c 61 a 109 

1871, nuisance: abated a 189, 32S; assessment a 223 
sidewalks : ordered a 20S 

1872, sidewalks : order to collect assessments a 71 

1873, stable : O. S. Pierce a 3S2, 408 

1875: laying out and extension : Livingston to Leverett street, 
notice to quit a 112; payment for land, etc., heirs Joshua Bennet 
a 49, 58, 532, 547 

paving : ordered a 376 

trees : removal a 558, 5S2 

1878, stable : John Davenport a 550, 563 

1877, extension: E. A. Squires, petition abatement assessment a 681- 

refused 784 
sewer : petition a 505 -order of notice a 555, 569 

1879, claim : Agnes Greenwood a 575 c 582 
edgestones and sidewalks : ordered a 553 
extension : C. A. Browne, payment land, etc. a 553 
grading : petitions a 525-ordered a 553 

gutters and macadamizing : ordered a 553 

improvements : petition a 525 

laying out and extension : Livingston to Poplar street, 

order to quit a 540-payment land, etc., Francis Loring a 574 

-Antoinette Marie a 644 
sewer : petition a 433-order of notice a 5S1, 592-order to build 

a 616-scheduIe a 679, 681, 69S 

Auburn street, Brighton. 

1876, improvements : petition refused a 446 

Auburn street, Charlestown. 

1874, sewer : D. S. White, petition abatement assessment a434-.no action 

necessary a 452 

Auburn street, Dorchester. 

1874, stable : J. E. Swan a S4, 102 
Auburn street, West Roxbury. 

1878, lamps : petition a 460-ordered a 752 
sidewalKs : petition a 621-ordered a 641 
trees : removal a 582, 701 

Auctioneers. 

1868, licensed : a 17, 41, 81 ; John Kennealy a 74 
petition : Dearborn & Co. a 16 

1869, licensed : Isaac Abrams a 326; G. M. Ash a 232; G. M. Atwood, 

D. H. Bayley & Co. a 326; C. W. Clapp a 304; Moses Coleman & 
Son, H. L. Collamore & Co., Coleman Cook, Wm. Cook & Co. 
a 326; Cowing & Hatch, G. B. Faunce a 14S; W. H. Fitzpatrick 
& Co. a 12, 326; Harris & Phinney a 148; H. Harris & Co. a 326; 
Samuel Hatch & Co. a 148; Henshaw & Bro. a 326; G. R. Hich- 
born & Co. a 148; Isburgh & Rowland, W. S. & ; J. Kyle a 326; C. 
W. Lawrence a 48; Joseph Leonard, Leonard, Bird & Co. a 326; 
J. II. Lester a 148; D. F. McGilvray & Co., W. H. Merriam a 326; 
John Ollis a 14S; F. D. Osgood a 148, 326; Francis Sprague & Co. 
a 326; N. A. Thompson & Co. a 14S; John Tyler a 326; S. A. 
Walker a 148; W. R. Watson a 13S; T. H. Webb & Co. a 326; N. 
P. Whitney a 41 
1876, licensed : a 13, 22, 46, 70, S6, 95, 11S, 212, 230, 275, 2S7, 303; C. W. 
Clapp, Cowing & Hatch a 172; Dyer & Bridge a 195; C. L. Harris 
& Co., Samuel Hatch & Co., G. R. Hichborn & Co., J. H. Lester , 




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AUDITOR 



Franklin Sprague, N. A. Thompson, 



Auctioneers, continued. 

F. D. Osgood & Atwood 
S. A. Walker a 172 

1871, licensed: George Abbott a 12S, 397; Frederick Abraham a 34; 

Isaac Abrams a S, 136; Arlington, Drown, & Co. a 34; G. M. 
Atwood a 8; A. D. Capen a 34; E. B. Chamberlain a 3S8; C. W. 
Clapp a 215; H. I. Clinker a 382; Moses Coleman & Son, H. L. 
Collamore, Coleman Cook a S, 397; Wm. Cook & Co. aS; Cowing 
& Hatch a 197; Cushing Brothers a 347; H. R. Darling a 3SS; J. 
C. Davis a So; D. A. Dunbar a 187; G. B. Faunce a 197; Flye & 
Watson a 136; Horatio Harris & Co. a 8, 397; Samuel Hatch & 
Co. a 197; 6. F. Hayes a 44; Henshaw & Brother a 8, 397 ; G. R. 
Hichborn & Co. a 197; Holbrook & Fox a 215; C. C. Homer 
a 254; Hunting & Leavitt a 128, 397; Isburgh & Rowland a S, 
397'; T. C. Kennedy a 262; W. S. & T. Kyle, Leonard, Bird & Co. 
Leonard & Co. a 8; F. A. Leonard, J. H Lester a 197; Mo-es 
Merrifield a 136; A. J. Mellen & Co., D. F. McGilvrav & Co. a 8; 
W. R. Mitchell a 222; F. D. Osgood a S, 397 ; T- K. Porter & Co. 
a 197; Phinney & Watson aS, 397; C. B. Phillips a 347; W. K. 
Ritchie a 269; Michael Rooney a 136; Sullivan & Mitchell a 222; 
Francis Sprague & Co. a 8, 397; A. C. Southworth a 143; R. H. 
Spaulding a 136; John Tyler a S, 30; C. P. Tileson a 100; N. 
A. Thompson & Co. a 197; F. H. Webb & Bro. a S, 300; W. R. 
Watson a 197; S. A. Walker a 197; C. T. Walker & Co. a 8, 397 
revoked : Arlington, Drown, & Co. a 10S 

1 872, licensed : George Abbott a 39S ; J. K.Abbott a 14 ; Isaac Abrams a 243 ; 

G. N. Armstrong a 329; J. C. Bennett a 39; H. C. Bird &Co. a39<5; 
C. S. Blood, a 198; Brown & Cook a 184; Burnham & Watson a 252; 
A. D. Capen a 114; B. B. Chamberlain a 212; F. A. Churchill, 
a 431 ; C. W. Clapp a 19S; H. J. Clinker a 23; Moses Coleman & 
Co., H. L. Collamore, Coleman Cook a 39S; William Cook & Co. 
a 78, 39S; B. J. Cooke a 363; Cowing & Hatch a 198; H. R. 
Darlinga2i9; J. C. Davis a 51 ; J. B. Dearborn a 219; J. H. 
Diman a 46, 39S; H. O. Dockham a 163; T. S. Drown a 14, 
398; C. F. Drury a 14; A. S. Eaton a 334: Eliot, Blakeslee, & 
Noyes a 114; B." S. Evans & Co. a 108; G. B. Faunce a 198; W. 
H. Gilson a 219; Theodore Hallett a 108; G. F. Hunting, 
Horatio Harris & Co. a 398; F. E. Hassard a 219; N. M. Hatch 
a 14; Samuel Hatch & Co. a 19S; Nathaniel Hayes a 14; Hayward 
A Howard a 219; Henshaw Bros. a39S; G. R. Hichborn, Holbrook 
& Fox, C. C. Homer a 19S; Hoy't, Wheeler & Bradley a 59, 70; 
Isburgh & Rowland a 39S ; G. W. Kezar a 275 ; Peter Kilrov a 243 ; 
W. S. & T. Kyle a 94, 39S ; C. W. Lawrence a 78 ; J. H. Lester 
aioS; M. H. Libby a 114; Jacob Lunt a 210; J. K. Lunt a 257; J. 
S. Mahoney a 55; John Mead a 370; W. H. Merriam a 51 ; Moses 
Merrifield a 275 ; W. R. Michell a 370; W. A. Miller a 257 ; F. L. 
Morse a 114,308; J. L. Nason & Co. a 19S; Newman & Pen-in 
a 363 ; Edmund O'Brien a 234; F. D. Osgood & Hiller a 39S; G. 
W. Parker a 60; J. K. Porter & Co. a 19S; T. C. Power a 39, 
39S; C. O. Quincy a 51; Wm. Quincy a 398; J. P. Silsby a 39; 
H. T. Southworth a 123; R. H. Spaulding a 39; Francis Sprague 
& Co. a 308; Franklin Sprague a 70; C. H. Starkey a 14; Sulli- 
van & McDonald a 198; John Tyler a 39S; Robert Vose, Jr. a 
102, 39S; C. T. Walker & Co. a 39S; S. A. Walker a 19S; W. R. 
Watson a 275; Wheeler & Bradley a 418; B. W. Worcester a 175; 
W. B. Wortman a 265 

1873, licensed : George Abbott a 548; J. K. Abbott a 162; G. N. Arm- 

strong a 372; Milton Austin a 2S3 ; C. S. Blood a 259; J. N. Brown 
a 270; Browne & Cook a 55; A. D. Capen a 77; H. J. Clinker a 33; 
Cowing & Hatch a 259; J. H. Cummings a 23 ; Hampden Cunning- 
ham a 503; H. R. Darling a 43; H. O. Dockham a 23; C. F. Drury 
a 10; Eliot, Blakeslee, & Noyes a 515; Henry Fall a 55; G. B. 
Faunce a 259; John Glancy a 270; W. J. S. Glover a 162; H. S. 
Harris a 372; J. T. Harris a 316; N. M. Hatch a 102, 567; Samuel 
Hatch Az Co. a 259; S. E. Hayward & Co. a 431 ; G. R. Hichborn 
& Co., Holbrook & Fox, C. C. Homer, G. F. Hunting a 259; J. A. 
Jones a 230; Julius A. Jones a 127; T. C. Kennedy a 151 ; Patrick 
Kilrov, J. H. Lester a 259; M. H. Libbey a 209; W. H. Merriam 
a 77-revoked a 180; N. T. Merritt a 179; W. R. Mitchell a 53.5 ; J. 
L. Nason & Co. a 454; Newman & Perrin a 259; G. V. Quigley 
a 219; J. K. Porter & Co., D. S. Roberts a 259; E. E. Safford a 65; 
Mark Salom a 10; E. H. Shackford a 209; J. P. Silsby a 116; D. 
C. Sisson a 198; H. N. Snell a 454; A. C. Southworth a 431 ; R. H. 
Spaulding a 90; Franklin Sprague a 33; C. H. Starkey a 116; 
Sullivan & Macdonald a 259; N. A. Thompson & Co., S. A. 
Walker a 259; J. M. Watson a 55; J. D. K. Willis a 240 

1874, licensed : George Abbott a 741 ; J. K. Abbott a 152; J. T. & H. F. 

Amsden a 491; C. H. Bacall a 491; Alden Bartlett a 253; I. D. 
Bickford a 553; Calvin Bird a 491 ; Burnham & Watson a 253; A. 
J. Carter a 286; J. H. Carter a 431; W. E. Claytur a 5S3 ; H. E. 
Cobb a 85; Herman Cohen a 681; Louis Congdon a 223; J. C. 
Cook a 491 ; Wm. Cook & Co. a 118; Cooper & Kelso a 193 ; J. C. 
Davis a 539, 568; Jeremiah Dean a 376; Dearborn & Co. a 301; 
J. H. Diman a 472; H. O. Dockham a 152; B. S. Evans a 319; 
J. W. Fenno a 152 ; J. M. Gill a 561 ; P. ]. Gleason a 301 ; W. E. 
Graves a 208; N. W. Hahn a 376; G. V. Hall a 269; C. E. Han- 
ning a 170; J. F. Hart a 491; Alonzo Hastings a 253; S. E. 
Hayward & Co. a 416; Holbrook & Fox a 341; Albert Howe 
a 53; Howe, Elton, & Co. a 643; Samuel Jacques a 451 ; Solomon 

{ohnson a 544; N. H. Kingsley a 376; Leonard & Co. a56S; M. H. 
.ibbey a 341; S. O. Little, H. A. Mansfield a 23S; W. H. 
Mason & Co. a 9; N. T. Merritt a S5 ; J. F. Morris a 612; J. S. 
O'Gorman a 2^3; J. W. Partridge a 695; Rhodes, Paige, & Co. 
a 152; W. C. Rich, E. C. Riddle a 269; Mark Salom a 63; Z. M. 
Saunders a 301 ; Isaac Seabury a 665; A. E. Shaw, H. W. Shep- 
ard a 597; Sisson & Nolan a 20S; H. M. Snell 3528; C. H. Starkey 
a 9; G. W. Tisdale, George Van Horn a 102; J. M. Wade a 416; 



Auctioneers, continued. 

M. H. Wall a 506; John Watson a 238; J. M. Watson a 472; W. 
R. Watson a 19; T. H. Webb a 301 ; Wells & Howard a 152; J. O. 
Wiirgin a 643; E. V. S. Williamson a 39; J. D. K. Willis a ^76; 
J. R. Wolston a 118; J. S. Woods a 208 

1875, licensed: George Abbott a 754; G. H. Abbott a 437; H. A. Al- 

drich a 463; Milton Austin a 622; G. G. Bird a 437 ; B. Brande a 
279; W. G. Burnham & Co. a 20; A.D. Capen a Si ; W. A. Coles 
a 596; Cooper & Kelso a 32; H. R. Darling a 126; Leopold David- 
son a 465; A. S. Eaton a 94; F. W. Farrar a 622; W. H. Flint 
a 30S; D. O. Foye a 193; E. F. Gillett a 167; John Glancy a 561; 
L. G. Grossman a 734« ; F. E. Hassard a 68; Alonzo Hastings a 
126; N. M. Hatch a44S; S. P. Hinckley a 113; Holbrook & Fox 
a 375 ; G. K. Hooper a 433; Irving & Pressey a 32; T. C. Ken- 
neclv a 269; C. W. Lawrence a 465 ; Leonard & Co. a 479; M. H. 
Libbey a 264; H. T. Littlefield a 583; S. O. Little a 167; J. H. 
McFarlane a 479; McKay & Clapp a 167; H. R. Mitchell a 465; 
J. F. Morris a 433; J. L. Nason a 264; F. H. Nazro a 20; A. P. 
Newman a 548; Edward O'Brien a 279; W. F. Paige a 13; G. V. 
Quigley a 193; W. K. Ritchie a 350; Richard Robins, Z. M. 
Sanborn a 223; D. C. Sisson & Co. a 9; T. M. Smith, Jr. a 62; 
G. R. Sneaden a 279; H. M. Snell a 424; C. H. Starkey a 167, 
517 ; G. W. Tisdale a 638; Josiah Van Buren a 63S; J. E. War- 
ner a 279; Albert Watson a 448; John Watson a 20; T. H. Webb 
a 49; J. R. Wolston a 9; J. L. Woods a 126 
refused : E. A. Hobartas'61 ; W A. Maddox a 113 ; J. A. Rice a 517 

1876, licensed : G. H. Abbott a 481 ; Martin Adams a 228; H. A. Al- 

drich a 393; C. H. Bacall a 410; H. C. Bird & Co. a 729; C. S. 
Blood & Co. a 393; H. M. Bowers a 277; J. H. Brasher a 299; A. 
J. Browne a 64S,' 663 ; W. G. Burnham & Co. a 117; A. D. Capen 
a 45, 74S ; J. E. Clark a 635 ; Clark Bros. & Co. a 528 ; Louis Cong, 
don a 25; Wm. Cook & Co. a 250; Cooper & Kelso a 45; J. H. 
Cruffa466; H. R. Darling a 138; L. Davidson a 410; Dearborn & 
Co. a 322; G. W. Decatur a 250; J. Eilenburg a 299; B. S. Evans 
a 34; W. F. O. Fay a 34; R. F. Files a 393; A. W. B. Gooding 
a 535i SS 2 '< D - A - S ;l " a 2 5°; H - s - Harris a 433; N. M. Hatch 
a 410; Holbrook & Fox a 393; S. L. Holt a 338; Hoyt & Bradley 
a 262; Johnson, Moody, & Co. a 76; Solomon Johnson a6S2J Henry 
Jones a 250; L. F. Leighton a 100; M. H. Libby a 76; R.J. Long 
a 22S; H. L. Mayo a 246; D. McKinney & Sons a 45; W. H. 
Merriam a 449; W. H. Moore a 322; J. F. Morton & Co. a 587; 
M. J. Moss a 25 ; J. L. Nason & Co. a 194; A. P. Newman a 410; 
W. E. Nowlan a 117; Benj. Noyes a 14; M. F. Paige a 14; T. 
C.Power a 22S; W. K. Ritchie a 65 ; Smith & Hurd a "163; G. W. 
Tisdale a 449; J. M. Wade a 466; F. A. Wetherbee a 355; George 
Wheatland, Jr. a 100; J. R. Wolston a 14 

refused: J. Eilenburg a 277; John Glancy a 367; F. G. Hassard 
a 552 : R. E. Jones a 299; C. R. Peddie a 652; Smith & Hurd a 45 

revoked : T. S. Drowne & Co. a 117 

1877, licensed: George Abbott a 214; G. H. Abbott a 580; J. K. Ab- 

bott a 46; Martin. Adams a 491; H. A. Aldrich a 472; C. H. 
Bacall a 491 ; Baldwin & Howard a S24 ; Calvin Bird a 632; H. C. 
Bird a S42; II. M. Bowers, a 296, S42 ; H. M. Bromfield a 214; W. 
H. Browne a 70S; W. G. Burnham a 69; A. D. Capen a 842; L. C. 
Chase a 19S; Herman Cohen a 708; W. A. Coles a 632; H. L. 
Collamore, Moses Coleman & Son, Louis Congdon, Wm. Cook & 
Co., Cooper & Kelso a S42; H. R. Darling a 19S; Dearborn & Co. 
a 323; J. J. Dennis a 09; Martin Donahue a 682; C. F. Diury, 
B. S. Evans a 842; J. M. Ezekiel a 612; A. P. Fisher a 32, 
842; W. H. Fitzgerald a 27S; W. H. Fitzpatrick a 842; Gale, 
Bradt & Co. a 27S; John Glancy a 33; D. A. Hall a 198; G, 

E. Hall, G. W. Hall a 842; E. T. Harrington a 33S; H. 
Harris & Co., Hawes & Henshaw, Albert Howe a 842; B. J. 
Hussey a 725; H. M.Joel a 56; Johnson, Moody, & Co. a 69, 
842; Henry Jones, T. C. Kennedy a S42; Patrick Kilroy a 33; W. 
S. Kyle a 33S, S42 ; M. H. Libby a 174; D. G. Luce & Co. a 451 ; 
W. R. McKay & Co. a 214, 842; John McLean a 699; W. H. Mer- 
riam a 451 ; W. H. Moore a 296, 842; Edwin Morse a 435; L. F. 
Morse a 842; M. J. Moss a 33, 842; J. L. Nason & Co. a 56, 842; 
W. E. Nowlan a 56; M. J. O'Brien a 149; E. H. Osborn a 795; F. 

D. Osgood a 149, 842; T. G. Owen a 267; Page & Moss 3412; M. 

F. Paige a 33, S42 ; G. W. Quigley a 767 ; J. A. Rich a 451 ; W. K. 
Ritchie & Co. a 597; T. L. G. Robinson a 435; F. W. Ryder a 7S4; 

E. B. Safford a S42; G. A. Shaw & Co. a 226; D. C. Sisson a 391 ; 
T. M. Smith, Jr. a 842; G. R. Sneadon a 101, 842; Francis 
Sprague & Co. a S42; C. W. Thompson a 65S; S. W. Trowbridge 
a 4^3 ; John Tyler a S42; Martin Van Nason a 647 ; Robert Vose, 
Jr., & Co. aS42; M. H. Wall a 583; John Watson a 198; Wheat- 
land & Bird a 842; F. A. Wilkins a 6S2; Wilkins & Seaverns 
a 241 ; J. R. Wolston a 19 

refused : Coleman Cook a S42 ; T. S. Drowne a 241 ; F. W. Trow- 
bridge a 323 ; J. Van Nason a 33S 

1878, licensed: H. A. Aldrich 344s; F.J. Baxter a 342; Barry & Locke 

a 19; J. E. Clark a 38; Clark Brothers & Co. a 486; D. A. Hall a 19; 
Patrick Kilroy a 462; C. F. Libby a 96; M. H. Libby a 197; D. G. 
Luce & Co., W. H. Merriam a 4S6; Edwin Morse a 228; T. B. 
Moses, Jr., & Co. a 2S; A. P. Newman a 4S6, J. S. Norman a 462; 
M. J. O'Brien a 28; T. C. Power a no; T. S. G. Robinson a no; 

F. W. Ryder a 462; E. L. Salom a 342; G. A. Shaw & Co. a 274; 
D. C. Sisson a 3S; C. H. Starkey a 70; S. W. Trowbridge a 147; 
J. M. Wade a 462 ; Gilbert Wait a 19; Samuel Wiswall a 197 

refused : C. H. White a 462 
Auctions. 

1878, order passed to oppose legislation relative to taxing auction sales of 
merchandise of non-residents a 148 

Auditor of Accounts. {See Accounts. ) 



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AUGUSTUS STREET 



B STREET 



Augustus street. 

1878, lamps : petition a 591-refusal a 752 

Austin, Charles F., Councilman Ward 11. 

1879, qualified c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate superintendent of public 

lands c 11 ; engineer's department 12 ; pay of laborers 67 
elected : committee on finance c 5S9 a 594 

Austin Farm. (See Almshouse, Austin Farm.) 

Austin Primary School-house. 

1868, repairs and alterations ordered c 2; order passed to alter a 47-re 
ferred c 47 a 51 -report, order passed c 52 a 55 

Austin street, Charlestown. 

1874, building : J. Bryant c 547 a 553, 563 c 565 
driveway: petition a 299-granted a 316 
stable : J. Bryant a 53g; J. Hagar a 497, 506 

1879, claims : T. W. Cushraan a 2S1 c 284; Annie Magann a 534 c 544; 
Bridget Tobin a 169 c 172 a 493 c 505 

Austin street, Roxbury. 

1875, stable : S. Richards a 239, 264 
Automatic Signal Boxes. (See Fire Alarms.) 

Autumn street, Roxbury. 

1871, grade : established a 280, 288 
grading : petition a 278 

1872, grading, edgestones, etc. : ordered a 144, 152 
laying out : order to remove obstructions a 143 

187$, edgestone, sidewalk : petition a 258 
1874, edgestones: ordered a 431-schedule, etc. u 6S1 

Autumn street, West Roxbury. 

1877, lamps : petition a 64, 854 

1878, improvements : petition a 2S7 

Avery street. 

1869, buildings : Tolman & Hunting a 12 

1871, closing: ordered temporarily a 137 

1872, widening: order to report expediency of referred c 150, 158 

a 163 

1874, widening: petition c 536 a 540 

1875, lanterns : G. L. Hovey a 619, 63S; C. Lorenzen a 752, 777 
widening: payment for land, etc., D. W. Williams et als. a 638 

1876, claim : M. O'Brien a 721 c 732 

lanterns : C. Lorenzen a 4S3, 508; George Roemer a 523, 56? 
sewer: petition a 158-order of notice 179, 191-order to build 211- 
schedule, etc. 701, 724 

1877, sewer: assessments abated, M. J.Atkins, Edward Bangs, Jr., 

Joshua Bennett's heirs, Thomas Lane, Susan Wright a 279 

1879, steam-pipe : Doe, Hunnewell, & Co. petition a 457 

Avon place. 

1868, extension: order notice a 13, 18-order passed, loan authorized 

a 23, 24-order to lay out referred, order for loan tabled c 26-report, 
discussion, order to lay out passed, order for loan assigned c 29- 
passed c 32; notice to remove obstructions a 31 ; payment land, 
etc., Elizabeth Cushing a S3-Jordan, Marsh, & Co. a 33-Second 
Church a 58 

1869, buildings: B. F. Dewing a 267; Small & Post 167; S. J. & F. 

Thayer 41, 194; H. M. Wilson 232 

extension : order passed to sell estate corner Chauncy street a 14 
c 15 ; order of notice relative to assessment of betterments a 44- 
hearing a 57-betterments assessed a S6; report on settlement 
of damages a 66; E. A. Cushing refused damages to build- 
ing a 109; A. Armstrong, petition payment land, etc. a 261; 
petitions for apportionments of betterments : H. W. Suter, trus- 
tee, N. J. Bradlee, trustee, D. N. Richards a 94, Jordan & Marsh 
a 101, Mary Sigourney heirs, Second Church, E. W. Gurney a 107, 
heirs of Joseph Thayer a 132, Charles Rotlie a 223; betterments 
apportioned : H. W. Suter and N. J. Bradlee, trustees, J. G. Bay- 
ley, trustee, heirs of B. B. Appleton, D. N. Richards, George 
Gardner, E. D. Jordan, Charles Marsh, E. W. Gurney, heirs of 
Mary Sigourney, Second Church a no, J. H. Thayer heirs a 140, 
Charles Rothe a 227; order to apportion betterments on heirs of 
J. H. Thayer rescinded a 277 

grade : established a 31 

name : petition to change a 56-order relative to a 66-changed to 
Avon street a 81 

sewers : order of notice a 165-remonstrance a 168-order to build 
a iSo-order for collection of assessments a 244, 255 

stationary engine : Samuel West a 22, 25, 41, 42, 57 
1876, buildings : M. Corey a 132; Geo. Gardner a 58 

extension : Abigail Armstrong refused payment damages a 46 

sewer : schedule, etc. a 295 

steps : petition removal a 199-ordered a 213 

1871, building : N. J. Bradlee a 22 

extension : Mass. Char. Mechanics Association, betterments 
assumed a 12S; Boston dispensary, petition abatement a 229 

1872, extension : Boston dispensary, petition abatement, no action 

necessary a 52 



Avon place, Roxbury. 

1877, grading : petition a 448 
lamps : a 483, 626, 659, 854 

sewer : petition a44S; order notice a 472, 483- to build a5io-schedule, 
etc. a S20 

Avon street. 

1869, name: order relative to a 66-remonstrance a 71-named from 

Chauncy street toTremont, including Temple place a Si ; petition 
restoration of name of Temple place refused a 116; changed to 
Temple place from Tremont to Washington street a 140 

newspaper stand: petition a 101 

paving and grading : petition Nicholson pavement a 94; peti- 
tion Stafford pavement a ioi ; ordered a 90 

sidewalks : order passed to reduce widtn a 91 
1872, stationary engine : G. F. Meacham a 372, 398, 402 

1874, stationary engine : Man- Bros. & Hale a 316, 369, 416 

1875, awning : F. G. Dayton a 656 

1876, show-board : F. G. Dayton a 262 
1879, claim : Jane F. Spear a- 223 c 238 a 480 c 481 

Awnings. 

1889, erection, etc. : 

Hanover st. : Albert Simons, petition a 304-refused a 314 
removal : ordered Cornhill, Dock square, Federal St., Harrison 
ave., Leverett St., State St. a 125; Summer st. a 139; Tremont St. 
a 227; Washington st. a 125, 136 

1870, claim: W. B. Wortman, leave to withdraw on petition to be 

paid for injuries a 309 c 318 
erection, removal, etc. : 
Beach st. : B. D. Young a 102 
Cornhill : M. J. Whipple & Co. a 102 
Hanover st. : C. A. Beckford a 118; A. Crosby a 126; Fessen- 

den and Osgood a 126; Mrs. E. Vickery a 118 
Leverett st. : C. D. Demerett & Co. a 102 
Mason st. : Boston Theatre a 285 
North st. : J. N. Bean, J. Bent a 126 
North Market st. : Severns & Co. a 102 
Pleasant st. : L. F. Simmons a 96 
Union st. : Ar Showe & Co. a 11S. 
Washington st. : T. F. Furber a 
Pevear a 102 

1871, erection, etc. : 

Riverside st. : R. T. Paine, Jr. a 383 

1875, erection, removal, etc. : discussion relative to removal a 644, 

645, 646; petition that they be allowed to remain and that 
names be allowed on a 656; order prescribing rules for erection 
a 666-discussed, tabled a 681-referred to next board a 742 

Avon st. : F. G. Dayton a 656 

Bunker Hill st. : N. G. Perkins a 656, 705 

Hanover st. : W. W. Dearborn a 656 

Washington st. : Richardson & Gerts a 6S6 

1876, erection, etc. : request for amendment to ordinance prohibiting 

a 163 c 164-ordinance reported (CD. 39) a 194-passed a 206-dis- 
cussed, tabled c 238, 239-refusal to take fro 

C36S 
removal ordered : 

Main st. : a 195 
Union st. : a 195 
Washington st. : a 178 

1878, erection: 

Mercantile wharf Corp. : a 303 

1879, maintenance : order for police commissioners to report names of 

persons maintaining a707~report, with names, referred a 741 

Ayer, Adams, Councilman Ward 14. 

1876, qualified: c 1 

appointed : committee on public instruction, public library c 10 
remarks ; Dearborn school-house c 188 
1871, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on public institutions, public instruction, 

public library c 10 
elected : committee on finance c 3 

remarks : free ferries c 77; South Boston branch library 94, 1S3; 
salary bill 113; city printing 156; vote of thanks to president 409 



L. B. Gay a 118; C. B. 



~>m table c 292, 335-passed 



B street. 

1869, buildings: John Cronin a 56; Maurice Curry 232; Frizzle & 
Thomas 304; Edward Hennessey 101 ; John Joyce 304; Thomas 
Keyes S4 

line : petition to define a 211-report, no action, a 224 
1876, buildings : A. Bowers a 263 ; James Bolger a 70; Dennis Collins 
a 26; Maurice Curry a 100; Michael Moore a 21 ; J. Tighe a 171 

encroachments : report on (CD. 62) a 173 

line : petition a i4S-report, no action, a 159 

paving : petition a 211 C215 

tree : removal a 273 
1871, grade : petition a 229-established a 243 

nuisance : abatement a 21 

paving : ordered a 189, 196 

side-walks : ordered a 271, 272 

steam fire-engine : petition for location on a 43 c 46 






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B STREET 



BALDWIN 






B street, continued. 

1878, grading: ordered ;i 185; Josiah Dunham, petition damages a 291 

sewer : schedule, etc. a 83 

sidewalks : petitions a 264, 274-ordered a 277, 2S1 
18 7 ft » sewer : extension ordered a 327 
187-4, buildings : Dennis C. Leoney a 164 c 174, 229 a 237 
1875, sidewalk: petition a 547-ordered a 561 

1877, clnian : Mary A. Dailey a 725 C734 

building : Land Commissioners requested to build a 709 c 719 
grading : consultation with land commissioners of State re- 
lating to ordered a 509 c 513 

1878, buildings : W- R. Cavanagh a 109, 129 
claim : Mary Sherry c 329 a 33S c 421 a 427 
edgestones : petition a 525-ordered 531 
stationary engine: G. F. Meacham a no, 16S 

1870, edgestones and sidewalks: petition a 511-ordered a 540 

Babcock Mu3ic Fund. 

187-4, placed in charge of auditor of accounts a 2S6, 300 c 310, 325 

Back Bay. 

1.871, claim : Boston Drug Mills, a 244 c 251 

nuisance: petition abatement a 213 
1872, claim : Lj'dia Ellis a 222 c 231 a 305 c 308 

drainage : report on (C.D.92) a 257-referred to next board a 421 

nuisance : petition abatement a 197, 200 

tidal basin : order passed to oppose bill relative to a SS c 89 
187S, fire-engine : petition c 31 a 33 

1»75, railroad : Boston & Albany, order to petition for change of grade 
of tracks a 6S 

"valuation : statement comparing 1855 and 1S75 a 100 

1878, bonfire : B. Noyes, petition to try new fire-extinguisher a 133 

1877, nuisance: communication board of health relative to abatement 

referred a 171 c iSi-petition for abatement a 277-report a 322- 

order passed to report estimate of expense c 315-tabled a 318 
sewerage : memorial from Boston Society of Architects relative 

to effects of system of improved sewerage on portions of c 833 

a S40 
street: order discontinuing street between Columbus avenue and 

Dartmouth street tabled c 329-passed c 357 a 363. [See West 

Chester park and Commonwealth avenue.] 

1879, nuisance: 1st request of board of health for abatement a 47S- 

report, no action a 502; petilion, L. B. Marsh et at., abatement 
c 510-referred to board of health c 510-to committee on health 
a 512 c ^20; 2d request board of health, referred a 512 c 520-report 
and order to abate a 519 e 520-order for committee on finance 
to provide means a 519 c 520-transfer from reserved fund author- 
ized c 523 a 536 

Back Bay Lands. 

1889, report no action relative to street across a 339 

Back Bay Park. (See Parks, Public ) 

Back Bay (streets). 

poles : Telephone Despatch Co. a 653 

Back Bay streets. (See, also, Streets, Laying out and 

Widening.) 

Back Street. 

1879, lamps : petition a 597 

Badges. 

1889, city council: order to furnish c 16-number limited c 21 a 24- 
order relative to rejected c 83 

1878, aldermen : expense of to be charged to incidentals a 34 c 35 
common council : ordered c n a 12 

1871, common council : order to procure discussed, tabled c 4-dis- 

cussed, passed, committee appointed c 11-rejected a 14-motion to 
reconsider rejected a 14-motion to reconsider rejected a 21-order 
to procure passed c 23-reconsidered, tabled c 31 ; order passed to 
procure c 140-committee enlarged c 155- requested to report c 219; 
order passed to furnish to messenger, assistant messenger, clerk, 
and assistant clerk, c 237 

1872, aldermen : ordered a 343 

common council : order passed c 5-tabIed a 14-rejected a 14- 
passedciS; ordered for assistant clerk and assistant messenger 
c 120 

1873, aldermen: ordered a 46 
common council : ordered c 31 

city messenger and assistants : ordered c 50 

1874, common council : order for committee to procure c 14-discussed 

and tabled c 23, 24-amended and passed c 34, 35-motion to recon- 
sider rejected c 35 
police : order passed to refund Charlestown officers amounts paid 
for a 39, 47; L. E. Pearson paid for badges redeemed a 72, 84 

1875, common council : order to procure c 16-discussed; indefi- 

nitely postponed c 23, 24, 25, 26; order to procure tabled c 26; 
order to dispense with use of, discussed and indefinitely postponed 
c 27; order to procure discussed, rejected c 41-44-motion to 
reconsider assigned c 55-discussion, amended order passed c 77 
messenger : order to furnish with c 140-rejected c 161 

1878, common council : order to furnish tabled c 132-motion to take 
from table lostc 1S8, iS9-discussed, passed c 305-307 

1877, common council : order to procure c 15-discussed, passed c 23, 
25-report c 140 



order to procure rejected c 6 
order to procure c 64-discussed, amended, 



i24,iS7-hearings 
.304 



Badges, continued. 

1878, common council : 
18? 9, common council: 

passed c S3, 84 

Baggage unclaimed. 

1878, notice of sale, Boston & Albany R.R. a 6 
187ft, notice of sale, Boston & Albany R R. a 9 

1874, notice of sale, Boston & Albany R.R. Co. a 36, 740-report a 767 ; 

James Alexander (Cunard S.S. Co.) a 408-sale approved a 432 

1875, sale of, petition Fitchburg R.R. Co. a 122-granted a 151 
1878, sale of, petition, Boston & Albany R.R. a 32-approved a 46 

1878, sale of, Boston & Albany R.R., petition a 425 

Bailey street. 

187ft, stsuble: Charles Newhall a 2S8, 306 

1876, buildings : J. Quirk a 243 

1877, lamps : petition a 611-refused a 854 
sidewalks : petition a 7X1 

1878, lamps: petition a 336-ordered a 752 

1879, watering: petition a 363 

1879, Bailey-st. school-bonse : 

request for erection c 409 a 415 

Bainbridge street. 

1868, buildings : Martin Fay a 17; Alexander Johnson a 54 
grading : petition a 54 

sidewalks : petition a 54-ordered a 5S 

1869, buildings : A.J. Brown a iSS 
extension : petition a 94 
sewers : petition a 114, 167-orders of notice a 

a 128, 190-order to build a 195-schedule, etc. a 29 
square : petition improvement c 54 
1878, buildings : J. O. Kent a 302 

grading : petitions a 17, 14S; remonstrance a 21 
stationary engine : J. O. Kent a 301, 313, 314, 322 

Bainbridge street. 

1871, grade: petition a 115 
stable : Jane Wood a 297, 30S 

1872, grade : established a 56 
grading : petition a 6, 218 

sewer : E. C. Banfield, payment land taken a 3', 39 
stable : E. T. Cowdry a 274, 282 
187ft, grading s petition a 149 

sidewalks : petition a 206 

1874, improvement: petition a 164 

1876, sidewalks : petition a 447-ordered a 465 

1877, sidewalk : petition a 5S5 
stable : W. H. Reed a 223 

1878, edgestones : ordered a 506 

1879, coasting: petition a S8 

Baker place. 

1879, stable: Hartford Davenport a 492, 501 

Baker street. 

1876, lamps : petition a 43-ordered a 727 
sidewalk : petition a 44 

1877, stable : William Doulen a 594, 617 
1879, lamps : petition a 525-ordered a 705 

Baker street, West Roxbury. 

1875, building : J. W. Wason a 656, 6S7; W. B. Dwight a 753 

Bakers. 

187ft, petition of, for closing shops on Lord's day a 42S 
Baker's alley. 

1878, lamps : petition a 64S 

1879, lamps : ordered a 704 

Baker's court. 

1872, culvert : ordered a 224, 227 

1873, stable : William Munroe 3465, 474 

Balances, Unexpended. (See Appropriations.) 
Bald-win, George P., Alderman. 

1809, qualified: c 1 

appointed: committee on state aid a 2; armories, jail, sewers, 
streets, assessors' department, claims, city hospital, public library, 
treasury department, nominate trustees public libraray, nominate 
engineers fire departments; Suffolk-st. district 9; annual excur- 
sion 123; petition J. & W. R. Cavanagh 12S; reception Harvard 
Boat Club 206; nominate fence-viewers 37 

remarks : on use of Common for musical festival a 65, 73; award 
for raising buildings on Tremont st. 12S; proposed armory 
building, Bowker st. 129; rules and orders concerning carriages 
135; licensing side-shows near Coliseum 139; naming Chester 
park 164; bill of Charles It. Train 1S0; extension of Washing- 
ton st. 185, 191, 203, 204, 316; report on petition J. & W. R. Cava- 
nagh 196; acceptance of Columbus ave. and other streets 219; 
amendment to ordinance relating to streets 261 ; settlement for 
damages to estates on Oliver st. 300; Burrill claim 320; Tre- 
mont st. betterments 339 



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m 



BALDWIN STREET 



BARNARD 



Baldwin street. 

1870, encroachments : report on (C.D.62) a 173 

nuisance : abated a 214, 342 
1875, sidewalk : petition a 573-ordered a 494 

1870, mortars: L. G. Dodge a 4S9 
sidewalks : schedules a >,^ 

1878, edgestones : petition a 460-ordered a 488 
sidewallto : petition a 500-ordered a 517 

Baldwin street, Charlestown. 

1874, glitters : petition for relaying- a 236 

Ball, Old South. (See Old South Ball.) 

Ball-playing. (See Common.) 

Ball street. 

1808, sewer : petition a 24-refused a 27 
1800, acceptance : petition a 12S 

1&70, buildings : Charles Davis a 100; R. Wright a 302 
grading, gravel : ordered a 209 
laying out : order of notice a 102, 117-resolve and order discussed, 

tabled a 157-passed a 177 
paving : petition a 195 

sewer : petition a 206-order notice a 214, 217-to build a 237-sched- 
ule, etc. a 343, 349 

1871, edgestones : ordered a 59 
sidewalk : petition a 229-ordered a 234 

187'J, sidewalk: schedule, etc. a 71 

Ballast. 



1808, 
I860, 



1870, 



1871, 



1873, 



1873, 



1874, 



1875, 



187©, 

1877, 
1878, 

1870, 



weighers and inspectors : quarterly report a 34 c 35 

■weighers and inspectors: committee to nominate c 16 a 17- 
C. C. Davis, Edward Hatch, John Kenney, A. R. Tewksbury, 
elected a 50 c 52 a 57 c 60 a 66; quarterly reports a 8 c 10 a 85 c 92 
a 162 c 166 a 233 c 23S 

weighers mid inspectors : committee to nominate 03a 5-C 
C. Davis, Edward Hatch, John Kenney, A. R. Tewksbury, elected 
a 64 c 68 a 70 c 73; petition L. Burrill for election a 21 c 25 ; quar- 
terly reports a 8 c 10 a 76 c 80 a 183 c iSS a 246 c 250 

weighers and inspectors : committee to nominate c 4 a 5- 
C. C. Davis, Edward Hatch, John Kenney, A. R. Tewksbury 
elected a 66 c 70, 75; quarterly reports a8cioaS8c9i a 207 c 209 
a 278 c 2S7 

weighers and inspectors : committee to nominate c 5 a 14- 
nominated a 47 c 49-George Faulkner, Edward Hatch, John Ken- 
ney, A. R. Tewksbury, elected a 62 c 65; quarterly reports a 8 c 10 
a 93 c 96 a 203 c 207 a 274 c 278 a 431 

weighers and inspectors: committee to nominate c 6a 10- 
George Faulkner, Edward Hatch, John Kenney, A. R. Tewks- 
bury, elected a 102-report recommitted c 105-non-concurred a 116- 
elected in concurrence C121; quarterly reports a 149 c 154 a 277 
c 2S5 a 39S 

removal, etc.: from Long island, license T. J. Dunbar revoked 
a 190; message from mayor relative to a 217; report of Gen. Thorn 
a 480 

weighers and inspectors : committee to nominate c 5 a 8- 
nominated c na-George Faulkner, Edward Hatch, John Kenney, 
A. R. Tewksbury, elected c 133 a 137; resignation A. R. Tewks- 
bury a 5y6 c 601-nomination and election ot J. C. Brooks and C. 
C. Geyer to fill vacancies a 742-referred to next city council c 755 
a 767; quarterly reports a 8 c 10 a 192 c 197 a 410 c 418 a 4S2, 553 

CSS7 

removal, etc. : order to report effect of taking from Long island 
c 217 a 221-comtnunication from harbor commissioners c 248 a 252- 
report (C.D.47) c 257 a 264-order to rescind license discussed, 
passed a 492, 497; G. F. Tewksbury, Winthrop beach, petition 
license a 299-refused a 59S; F. J. & F". L. Ward, Spectacle island, 
license rescinded a 506,513; T.J. Dunbar, Long island, petition 
for license a 505 

weighers and inspectors : committee to nominate c 6 a 7- 
petttion for appointment c 6 a S-J. J. Caddigan, C. C. Davis, Ed- 
ward Hatch, John Kenney, elected a 93 c 103, 115 a 122 c 138 a 150; 
quarterly reports a 4 c 5 a 192 c 196 a 394 c 399 a 531 c 539 

inspection : petition for investigation c 6 a 8 

ordinance : amendment referred a 224 c 227--report (C.D.55) ordi- 
nance passed c 259-tabIed a 27'--passed a 298 

removal : from Long island, petition T. J. Dunbar for license 
a 122 c 13S 

weighers and inspectors : committee to nominate c 10 a 12- 
noininated c 130-J. J. Caddigan, Wm. Dolan, Edward Hatch, 
John Kenney, elected a 137 c 150; quarterly report a 12 c 16 a 213 
c 218 a 432 c 435 a 535 c 539 

■weighers and inspectors : committee to nominate c 6 a 9-J. C. 
Caddigan, Wm. Dolan, Edward Hatch, John Kenney, nominated 
a 94 and elected, c 123 a 130; quarterly reports a 9 c 13 a 214 c 217 
a 490 c 494 a 626 c 634 

weighers and inspectors : committee to nominate c 7 a 9- 
Win. Dolan, Edward Hatch, Neil Henry, John Kenney, nomi- 
nated and elected c 192 a 194 c 210; petitions for election c 16a 17, 26 
c 30 a 37, 47, 66, 8t ; quarterly reports a 10 c 12 a 168 c 172 a 427 
c 4.5 2 a S5 6 c 5<5t 

weighers and inspectors : committee to nominate c 5, 12 a 13, 
14-petitions for appointment a 104, 140 c 150-nominated c 200-J. J. 
Caddigan, Wm. Dolan, Wm. Kenney, Roger Sullivan, elected 
a 207 c 212; quarterly reports a 14 c 19 a 223 c 23S a 478 c 4S1 a 580 
c 5S2; bonds approved a 755 



Balloon. 

1873, ascension licensed a 133 

Ballots. 

1874, containing two names to be thrown out when only one person is to 

be voted for a 221 
1870, cannot be taken by yeas and nays c 474; can be taken by a 527 
for an ineligible candidate should not be reported c 672 

1877, for ineligible persons must be counted c 97 

1870, city messenger may distribute c 134; roll to be called before depos- 
iting c 134; cannot be verified c 134; motion to insist upon pre- 
vious ballot in order c m, 154-opinion city solicitor c 152, 154; 
election by viva-voce vote not invalid c 154; motion to table notice 
of reconsideration of election, not in order c 156; motion to 
assign not in order c 164; reconsideration of not in order c 167 
See Votes. 

Ealls, Public masked. 

1878, order relating to a 38 

Bancroft, George. 

1875, communication (CD. 119) relative to Yorktown monument c 371 

a 373 

Banner. 

18 70, leave granted to suspend a 25 
1877, leave granted to suspend a 795 

Baptist Church, Ruggles street. 

ISO©, T. F. Lucas, petition removal of steeple a 253 

Barber place. 

1870, nuisance abated a 225 

Barbers. 

1875, petition that they be directed to close on Sundays a 436 

Barbers' poles. 

1877, Washington st. : W. N. Reed, petition a 6Si-refused a 699 
1870, Tremont st. : T. F. Donnelly, petition a iS3-refused a 197 

Bargebuhr, Bessie. 

1879, death of: at City Hospital, order passed to investigate c 



^12 a 415- 
'Si a 657 



report called for c 56S- report (CD. 105) c 590-accepted c ( 

Bark. (See Wood and Bark.) 

Barker, Prescott, Councilman "Ward 6. 

1871, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on ferries, treasury department c 10 
elected : committee on finance c 3 
remarks : badges c 24 

Barnard, Coolidge, Councilman Ward 24. 

1877, qualified s c 1 

appointed: committee to nominate trustees public library c 6: 

harbor c 7 , 4th July 274 
elected : committee on accounts c 5 
remarks: joint rules c 290, 291; Back-bay park 4S1 ; school 

sessions 63S; inspector of buildings 723 

1878, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on harbor, public library, nominate trus- 
tees public library c 7; consolidation duties of harbor-m aster, etc. 

25; 4t' , Ju 1 y33S 
elected : committee on accounts c 5 

remarks: nomination finance committee c 6; joint rules 14; second 
assistant assessors 42; accounts water board 74; ferry boats S7 ; 
police belts 91 ; bathing department 105, 106; supts. bridges 153, 
154; appropriation bill 162; city employees 25t ; chain cable fac- 
tory 296; water supply 29S; memorial day 329; 4tn July 335; free 
concerts 376; South Boston branch library 393; summer vacation 
476; painting office supt. common 523; deputy collector's fees 
615; voting precincts wards 23, 24, 25, 620 

Barnard, George M., Jr., Councilman Ward 6. 

1870, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on state aid C3; mayor's address 4; leg- 
islative matters, ordinances 10 

Barnes, Joseph H., Councilman Ward 1. 

1870, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on state aid c 3; public library, health 10; 

salaries 16 
remarks: East Boston ferries c 30; Burrill claim 153; salaries 

of fire department and East Boston ferries 168; home tor poor 306; 

soldiers' monument 362 

1871, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on state aid C3; nomination of directors of 
ferries, harbor master, engineers of fire department 4; paving, 
printing, soldiers' monument 10; reception of Grand Duke 
Alexis 276 

elected : trustee public library c 31 a 33; president pro tern, c 1S2, 



217, 21S, 225 



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BARNES 



Barnes, continued. 

resolution of thanks to : for services as chief marshal at lay- 
ing corner-stone of soldiers' monument c 265 a 269 

remarks : overseers of poor c 71 ; free ferries 76, 77, 83, S4, 85, 165, 
166, 177,324,391, 392; appropriations 93, 105, III, 112; non-resi- 
dent tax-payers 123; decoration day 130, 131, 146; house of correc- 
tion 140,355; 4th July 140; printing- contract 155, 156, 157; high 
service 171; salaries 172; extending and widening streets 191 ; fire 
at house of correction 193; supt. printing 210; badges 238; repairs 
house of correction 275 ; home for poor 2S3, 2S5 ; laborers on Com- 
mon 293 ; insane hospital 306; land Broadway 315, 325; state aid 
342, 378, 393; Burrill claim 369, 380; Wendell-st. widening 407 

Barnes, Hillman B., Councilman Ward 11. 

1873, qualified : c i 

appointed : committee on public institutions c 17 ; soldiers' monu- 
ment 38 ; 4th July '93 

remarks : widening Federal St. c 9S; widening Water st. 123, 
124; Common expenditures 183; Columbus-ave. damages 193, 
204; tool-house on Common 194; Swett-st. hospital claims 213, 
236; verifying vote 225 ; 4th July 225 

1874, qualified: ci 

appointed : committee on credentials c 1 ; to inform mayor and 
aldermen of organization 2; nominate city messenger 6; pub- 
lic grounds, public institutions 13; nominate park commission- 
ers 78 

elected : trustee citv hospital c 14 a 18 

remarks : salary bill c 10S, 109; investigation of contract for offi- 
cial report 3S2 

decease : proceedings relative to c 504-aldermen invited to attend 
funeral a 505-request for election to fill vacancy a 524 c 525 

Barnstable Savings-Bank. 

1878, mandamus to compel city to take estate of c 187 a 194 

Barr, Michael, Councilman Ward 6. 

1879, qualified: c i 

appointed : committee on city hospital, harbor, paving c 17; to 

nominate city engineer 30; on outdoor concerts 334 
remarks : election of first assistant assessors c 16S; salaries 266; 
protection of Chestnut-Hill reservoir 319; pay of city laborers 
39S. 399 
Barrel wagons. 
Barrett street. 

1870, stationary engine : Mace & Keyes a 297, 313, 323 

1875, stable : M. F. Place a 574, 598 

Barry, Edward W., Councilman Ward 7. 

1874, qualified: ci 

appointed: committee on state aide 4; engineer's department 13 
remarks: badges c 35; salaries 291; school-house site, Law- 
rence district 445 ; free soup 685 

Barry, James J., Councilman Ward 22. 

1877, qualified : c i 

appointed : committee to nominate water registrar c 6; surveyor's 
department, paving 7 

remarks : election directors public institutions c 15; police pen- 
sions 159; salaries 162; Stony brook sewer 71S; small-pox hospital 

777 

1878, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on city engineer's department, public build- 
ings, to nominate water registrar c 7 

remarks: finance committee c6; joint rules 14, 15; classification 
voters 35, 36; supt. public grounds 61, 62; police commissioners 
64, So, 331, 333, 413, 456, 457; Back Bay park 94; salaries employes 
public institutions 107; management public grounds 119, 123; work 
on Back Bay park 124, 125 ; park loans 139, 140; Mass. Char. Mech. 
Ass'n exhibition 142, 144; chain cable factory 155, 212; harbor 
master 157; appropriation bill 160, 161, 162, 163; public parks 166; 
Allston school house 182; labor on public grounds 217, 219,221, 
222, 247, 248; additional water supply 225, 280, 2S2, 2S5; employes 
on new park 226; fire commissioners 2S5; special election, ward 
10 300; alteration records 302, 311, 312; park on Harris estate 311 ; 
director K. B. ferries 313; South Boston branch library 393; abo- 
lition certain commissions, 395; premiums on loans 443; ball 
ground on Common 444, 445; visiting institutions 544; public in 
stitution investigation 693; director public institutions 749; strike 
at Grand Junction wharf 773; pensioned policemen 775; contract 
for plants 777 

1879, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee to nominate committee on accounts c 5; 
on public buildings, Stony Brook, to nominate collector 12; on 
interments 168; conference on salary bill 267; Kemp-st. sewer 
372; care of council-chamber 373; Chelsea bridge 42S 

elected : trustee of City Hospital a 34 c 43 

remarks : survey and inspection of buildings c 10, S5, 86; rules 
of council 41 ; tunnel to East Boston 64; new court-house 65; city 
surveyor 79, 97; city messenger Si; city registrar 97; holidays 
for city employes 102; public parks 115, 117; supt. of streets 134, 
160; first asst. assessors 151; supt. of sewers 155, 178-1S2; appro- 
priation for farms for pauper boys, etc. 212; incorporation City 
Hospital trustees 220, 221; Percival square 222; salaries 244-246, 
267, 2S7, 2SS; adjournment for want of quorum 265, 469; appro- 



BATCHELDER 



Barry, continued. 

priation bill 269, 270; improved sewerage 346, 523, 524, 530, 5311 
545; Kemp-st. sewer 362; hiring and discharging laborers 3S1 ; 
passage-way from Tremont street to Court square 475 ; laws re- 
lating to registration, etc. 532; fire commissioner 582; ward- 
rooms for political meetings 5S3 ; intramural interments 5S5-589, 
590, 610, 611, 634, 635, 63S; gravel bank, W.R. 549; school tax 
551; death of alderman Pope 569; Chelsea bridge 652, 748; law 
dept. 677; Eaton square 68S, 6S9, 749; Commonwealth ave. 730; 
assessors' department 750; managers of Old South Association 
75° 
Barry, Patrick, Councilman Ward 7. 

1875, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on state aid c 5 ; armories, overseers of 
poor 10; conference on establishing water board 360 

Bartlett court. 



1878, lamps : petition a64S, 750 



Bartlett place. 

1874, stable : C. C. Dow a 4S3, 505, 563 

1875, buildings : C.J. Donovan & Co. a 13 

Co. a 27S, 29S 

1ST?. Ibna 1H1Q i la <r* : Tnhn Pnvnnncrh n r6n. rS< 



3 c 16, 27 a 31 ; M. Drinan & 
Co. a 27S, 29S 

1877, buildings : John Cavanagh a 569, 580 

1878, sidewalks : petition a 601-ordered a 605 

Bartlett street, Roxbury. 

18©8, sidewalks ordered a 28 

18G9, building : Solomon Sanborn a 253 

sewer: A. J. Blanchard, petition abatementof assessment a 271- 
refused a 299 
1870, building : George D. Cox a 83 

sewer : A. J. Blanchard, petition postponement collection a 75- 
refused a S6 

1873, stable : Metropolitan Railroad 357, 77, 149, 189 
railroads : Metropolitan a 19S, 206, 247 

tree : removal a 467 

1874, stable : Metropolitan Railroad Co. a 639, 681 

1875, edgestones : schedule, etc. a 351 
sidewalk : petition a 261-ordered a 280 

1879, edgestones : schedule, etc. a 626 

sidewalks : petition a 204-ordered a 392-schedule, etc. a 626 

Bartlett street, Charlestown. 

1874, sewer: Chas. Robinson, Jr., assessment refunded a 66, 563 
claim : Nathaniel dishing c 112 a 115 c 257 a 264 

1879, edgestones and sidewalks : petition a 321 
sidewalk: petition a 310 

Barton court. 

1872, nuisance : abated a 133 

1876, widening and extension : order referred to street commission- 

ers c 647 a 650 

1878, widening: report inexpedient c 599 a 600 

Barton street. 

1869, building: M. F. Wells a 108 

1870, building: D. R. Palmer a 336 
nuisance : abated a 342 

1871, nuisance : collection assessment for abating a 223 
paving : petition a 363 

1873, sewer : petition a ^i-order notice a 372, 382 
stable : Lorenzo Valentine a 125, 1S9 

1874, stable : M. F. Wells a 179, 239 

Base Ball. 

18G9, committee appointed to consider expediency of providing ground 
for a 14; license granted Union Base Ball Association to give ex- 
hibition a 155; petition Geo. C. Richardson and others that city 
would aid in grading and fencing grounds a 173; petition John 
Lennon to be paid for personal injuries received from ball-players 
on Common a 232, c 238-refused a 304 c 308 

1873, remonstrance against playing on Common c 147 a 151 ; petition Beacon 

B.B. Club for leave to use parade-ground a i7S-hearing a ^-re- 
monstrances a 188, c 192-recommitted a iSo-report a igS-leave to 
withdraw a 201 c 216; license for base-ball ground granted a 259 

1874, petition for prohibition on Orchard Park a 369 

1879, order to consider expediency of allowing on parade-ground c 47 

a 4S-report inexpedient c 13S a 140 

Basements. 

1872, grade established a 399 

Bass Point. 

1871, Boston Bay Steamboat & Land Co., petition leave to take gravel 
from a 79-granted a 100 

Basto place. 

1875, stable: T. D. Mitchell a 430, 450 

Batchelder, Edward E., Councilman Ward 4. 
1899, qualified: c 1 

appointed : committee on health, public library c 10; to nominate 
consulting phvsicians 60; musical festival 92; free concerts 119; 
reception of remains of George Peabody 296 
elected : committee on accounts c 3; trustee City Hospital 15 
remarks : on election of assessors c 38 



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BATES STREET 



BEACH STREET 



Bates street. 

1878, grading: petition a 273 

Bath street. 

1875) grading : petition a 494 

grade : established a 731c 

sewer : petition a 494 
1873, stable : W. H. Collin a 310, 317 

Baths, Public. 

18458, committee: annual report (C.D.14S) a S2 

bath-house : Cabot street, report on condition c 6; appropriation 
for completion c 12 a 12 
I860, committee : appointed a 5 c 10; annual report (CD. 126) a 326 

c 332 
bath-houses : repairs and maintenance authorized a 96 c 98, 106 
Cabot st. : order relative to using- for evening' school c 201 a 203 
Sectional Dock : ordered a 96 c 98, 106 
Ward 13 : order relative to establishing a 33 

1870, committee: appointed a 5 c 10; annual report (CD. 113) a 341 

c 346 
bath-houses : repairs and maintenance authorized c 121 a 123 
Cabot st. : order to permit use for school purposes referred c 244 

a 246-report a 301 c 306 
Dorchester Bay : erection ordered c 121 a 123 
South Bay : erection ordered c 121 a 123 

1871, committee : appointed a 5 c 10; annual report (CD. 100) a 398 
bath-houses : lepairs and maintenance authorized a 12S c 130, 139 

Broadway : erection ordered a 12S c 130, 137; petition for removal 

c 139 a 142-report inexpedient a 151 c 154 
Maverick st. : erection ordered a 12S c 130, 137 
1873, committee: appointed a 6 c 10; annual report (CD. 127; a 422 

C42S 
bath-houses : repairs and maintenance authorized a 156 c 15S, 
160 a 163 
Broadway: petition removal c 53 a 55 
Dover-st. Bridge: erection ordered a 115 c 11S 
West Boston Bridge: erection ordered a 116, 123 c 127 

1873, committee: appointed a 9 c 17; annual report (CD. 135) a 565 

C569 
bath-houses : repairs and maintenance authorized a 181 c iS2, 
192 

City Point: petition c 203 a 207 

Mt. Washington-ave. Bridge : erection ordered a 1S1 c 182, 195 
management : order passed relative to transferring to board of 

health c 521-reconsidered, tabled c 544-rejected c 571 

1874, committee: appointed a 7 c 13; annual report (CD. 109) a 742 

c 7 ; 5 
bath-houses: repairs and maintenance authorized a 239 c 244; 

statute relating- to (c. 214, acts of 1874) accepted a 717, 736 c 755; 

petitions for appointment as superintendents a 220 c 22S 
Brighton : petition a 100 c 106 
Dorchester : petition c 272 a 2S2 
L ST. : land hired a 303 c 309, 325 
Roxbury : petition a 306 

1875, committee: appointed a 7 c 10; annual report (CD. 126) a 760 

c 767J 
bath-houses : repairs and maintenance authorized a 22 c 23, 40 

a 310 c 3'i.3 2 4 
Cabot st. : to be fitted up for evening school c 505 a 516 
Cragie's Bridge : petition c 259 a 262-refused a 309 c3ii-recom- 

mitted c 325-rejected a 332 
Washington Village : petition a 261 c 271-refused a 309 c 311 

1876, committee: appointed a 11 c 16; change in a 261 ; annual report 

(CD. 102) a 727 c 732 
bath-houses : repairs and maintenance authorized a 25 c 2S, 57 
Cabot st. : transferred to public building department a 565 c 5S1 
Leverett st. : petition c 73 a 76-refused a 311 c 314 
Washington Village: petition a 32-referred a 3 1 1 c.314 

1877, committee: appointed c 7 a S; annual report (CD. 100) a S24C S27 
bath-houses : repairs and maintenance authorized a 19 c 23, 35; 

petitions appointment as superintendents a 196 c 206 
Commercial Point : petition payment use of land a 593 c 603 
Roxbury : petition a So-refused c 274 a 277 
police : order for detail discussed, passed a 3S0 

1878, committee : appointed c 7 a S; annual report (C.D.93) a 754 c 765 
bath-houses: repairs and maintenance authorized c 25 a 27; 

order relative to opening at high-tide c 444 a 446; petitions ap- 
pointment as superintendents c 32 a 37 
L ST. : petition for opening on Sunday c 454 a 460 
Neponset: petition a 95 
claim : Thos. Keyes a 318 c 32S 

management : order passed relative to transferring to board of 
health a 27-referred a 30-reconsidered, discussed, tabled c 34, 35- 
discussed c 94-discussed, tabled c 105, 106-assigned c 396 

1879, committee : appointed c 12 a 13; annual report (CD. 98) a 697 c 700 
bath-houses : repairs and maintenance authorized a 35 c 40 

Brighton : order to consider expediency of building a 142 c 151 
Ward 23 : order to consider expediency of building a 414 c 415 
management: order passed relative to transferring to board of 
health a <x)S c 700-reconsidered, rejected C733; ordinance passed 
transferring to board of health a 705 c 725 

Battery " A," Light Artillery, M. V. M. ( See First Battalion, 
or Battery, Light Artillery.) 



Battery street. 

I860, buildings : Richard Collins a 71 ; W. A. Prescott 64; C. P. Stet- 
son 13S 

1870, buildings: W. A. Prescott a 156 
edgestones, grading, paving: ordered a 342 
railroad : Metropolitan a 170, 1S7, 199, 256 

widening: order notice a 174-hearing a iS3-order passed a 223- 
referred c 227-passed c 235; notice to quita25S; payment land, 
etc., J. C. Tucker a 277-H. M. Wightman a 249; betterments 
assessed a 344, 449 

1871, widening: betterments, Geo. Ross, petition apportionment a 43; 

J. C Tucker, petition abatement a 134-petition hearing a 213 
1873, widening: W. A. Prescott, payment for damages a 144, 145, 25S; 

Edward McGinnis, petition apportionment betterments a 397 
1877, railroads : Metropolitan a 33S, 363, 657, 759, 7S3, S30 

Batterymarch street. 

1868, buildings : J. A. Bell a 69 

1873, grade: established a 444 
grading : ordered a 327 

1874, grading : notice to owners a 101 
1876, paving : petition a 535 

Battle of Bunker Hiil. (See Bunker Hill.) 

Baxter square. 

1879, lamps : petition a 672-ordered a 705 

Baxter street. 




1868, buildings ! 
I860, acceptance : 

building 
1870, buildings 



Thomas Hill a 22 

: west of D st., petition a 241 

John Murphy a 261 ; Henry Orchard a 232 

Patrick Hanlon a 1S2; Perkins & Weeks a 336 

encroachments : report on a 173, 174 

nuisance : abated a 176 

1873, improvement : petition a 341 

1875, edgestones, gutters, sick-walks, macadamizing : peti- 

tions a 393, 430, 452, 493, S47-° rdei ' ed 4 6 7> 533. 5 6l > 77S 

paving : petition a 547 

widening : payment land, etc. D. R. Morrell a 6S6 — Hugh Garey, 
F. Schnetzer, L. Kohler, M. E. Harris, E. Flaherty, A. McGuire, 
A. Essiga705 — Hannah Reardon, heirs Charles Weiners, Theresa 
Doyle, M. J. Kellea, M. J. Kane a 722 — H. McNulty, Ellen 
Ahern, a 7346— J. J. Grace a 775 —J. & B. O'Keefe a 753 

1876, widening : payment, land, etc., J. Cavanagh a 34, 393 — J. Kel- 

leher a 44 — F. M. O'Connor a 117 — Michael Freeman a 178 — J. 
McGuire a 302 

1877, claims : A. McLean c 207 a 211 

1878, sidewalks : petition a 564, 604-ordered a 571, 641 
1870, laying out : ordered a 17 c 19 

Bay street. 

1874, petition Elisha Cheney for right of entrance to property c 163 

a 169 

Bay View place. 

1877, buildings : W. R. Cavanagh a 695, 70S 

Bay-windows. 

1870, erection and removal of : 

Bromfield st.: J. Ballard, petition removal a 14 

a 202 
Tremont st. : D. K. 

permit c 243 a 246 
West Canton st. : E. R. Frost, petition erection c 

a 338-permit a 35S c 360 

1871, erection and removal of: 

Leverett st. : remonstrance a 233-removal ordered a 

24S; remonstrance a 252-no action necessary a 291 
Newland st. : John Sharland, petition a 79 

a 101 c 102 
Newton st. : W. E. Underwood, petition c 64 

a 100 c 103 
1873, erection and removal of: 

Broadway - : remonstrance a 203, 236 

Emerald st. : remonstrance a 6 

Leverett st. : petitions for removal a 382, 4iS-leave to withdraw 

a 431 
Oak st. : petition for removal a 37-removal ordered a 48, 51 
Seventh st. : removal ordered a 400 

1873, erection and removal of: 

Newland st. : remonstrance a 238 

Brookline ST.: remonstrance a 453-removal ordered a 470-peti- 
tion for leave to maintain a 4So-refused a 494 

1874, erection and removal of : 

West Bkookline st. : petition removal a 15; chief of police 
directed to prosecute for non-removal a 29 

1875, erection and removal of: 

Holyoke st. : petition for removal a 534-hearing a 535-removal 

ordered a 536 
West Bkookline st. : D. Goodnow, petition a 574, 596-refused 

a 622 

street. 



171-refused 

Hitchcock, petition erection c 236 a 239- 

333 

246, 
82-refused 
65-granted 



Beach 

1868, buildings 

1869, buildings 



G. W. Meserve a 65 ; Win. II. Qiiigley a 45 
Mark Dowling a 94 



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BEACH STREET 



BEACON STREET 



Beach street, continued. 



1870, 

1871, 

1872, 

1873, 
1874, 



1875, 



1870, 



1877, 



1878, 
1879, 



railroads : Metropolitan a 295, 312 

awning : B. D. Young a 102 

buildings ! W. H. Leach a 2S5; dangerous, reported a 207 

sign ' Julius Teuthorn a 294, 301 

widening : petition a 1S2; James Collins, petition, payment land, 
etc. a 336 

grade: established a 232, 233; petition a 233-report, no action 
necessary a 244 

nuisance : order to abate a 45; abated a 178 

stationary engine : G. A. Hentz a 40, 5S, 66 

widening : James Collins, payment land, etc. a 137 

claim : S. B. Nichols c 273 a 375 

widening : resolve and order (C.D.59) referred a 166 c 167-order 
to widen on south side rejected a 239-tabled c 247-rejected c 263- 
request to report cost of widening on north side a 239 c 263-report 
a 297 c 30S 

claim : Hannah Daley c 236 a 240 

widening : estimates taken from files and referred a 223 c 226- 
petitions a 480 c 485 a 4SS c 496 a 501 c 509 

cellar : petition, T. W. Tuttle a 251-permit a 269 

hoisting-beain : Jenning & Noyes, permit a 29 

sidewalk : petition for post in a 262-permit a 357 

stationary engine : A. J. Faxon a 5S5, 624, 6S2 

'widening: near Washington St., petitions a 46 c 57 a 114 c 130 
a 149 c 159 a 164 c 174-resolve and order (C.D.52) referred a 353 
c 363-report, order passed a 376-motion to reconsider lost a 379- 
order passed c 3S5; order for taking Beach-st. church referred 
a 353-assigned a 379-passed a 401 c 405, 406; loans authorized a 403 
c 405 a 40S c 418, 424, 445, a 44S; payment for church estate a 740 

c 755 
buildings : R. A. Dinin a 436, 665 
grading and paving : ordered a 357 
lantern : J. D. Judge & Co. a 6S0, 705 

mortar : J. D. Judge & Co. a 633, 705; S. C. Smith a 6S0, 705 
railroads : Middlesex a 122, 151, 201 
■widening: notice to quit a 33; payment for land, etc., W. M. 

Baker a 124, 145 — heirs of E. S. Crispin a 167, iSS — C. F. andC. 

Friese a 223, 240 — W. H. Quigley a 309, 319 — R. Lynch a 322 
lanterns : O. J. Gallagher a 1 1, 25 ; J. D. Judge a 43, 66 
railroads : Metropolitan a 32, 45, 99, 138, 158, 17S; Middlesex a 44, 

66, 112, 113, 133, 153, 367, 372, 393, 394, 406 
widening : additional appropriation c 403 a 405 
area wall : rebuilding ordered a 659-street closed a 659 
edgestones : petition a 703 
lamps : petition a 593, S54 
paving : petition a 361-ordered a 490 

railroads : Middlesex a 170, 171, 266, 361, 411, 412; Union a 101 
sidewalks: J. D. Judge & Co., petition for slab in a 837-permit 

a8S4 
tree : removal a 277 
widening : Moses Williams, land released to c 9S a 100; city of 

Boston assessment cancelled a 7S4 
buildings : Wm. E. Carleton ct at. a 711 c 737 a 759 c 765 
South Boston a 65S, 65i, 722; Middlesex a 722 
: petition a 303 
of" lot adjoining First Presb. Ch., authorized a 370 



railroads 
bulkhead 
land : sale 

C372 
railroads 



Metropolitan 3374,425,471, 708; South Boston a 6S, 
139, 1S4, iSS, 197,311 
watering : ordered a 379 

Beach street, Charlestown. 

1874, sidewalk : petition a 497 

1^75, building : S. and D. Richards & Co. a 332, 5S4, 597 
stable : J. Murphy a 322, 350 

1876, grade : established a 651 

Beach street, Dorchester. 

1872, stable : E. W. Smith a 107, 114 
1878, stable : S. A. Faunce a 70 

trees : removal a 145, 197 

watering : petition a 303 

Beach street, West Roxbury. 

1877, stable : Erdman Hemman a 759, 796 

1878, stable : Erdman Hemman a 460, 4S7 

Beacham street. 

1874, edgestones : petition a 179-ordered a 255-scheduie, etc. a 263, 491 

stable : W. H. Quigley a 164, 193 
187G, lamps : ordered a 727 

1877, sewer : petition a 593-order notice a 612, 626 

1878, sewer : petition a 425-order of notice 448-to build 465-schedule 

and collection 697, 752 

1879, sewer : assessments abated, Francis Long and Jane Quigley a 393- 

Mary Healy a 528 

Beacon-Hill Reservoir. (See Water.) 
Beacon street. 

18C8, buildings : Faulkner & Clarke a 22; G. M. Gibson a 40; Henry 
Whitwell a 60 ' 

cross'walk : petition a 60-ordered a 71 
laying out : order notice a 59, 65-ordered a 67 



Beacon street, continued. 

sewers : order notice a 13, 17-to build a 18-schedule, etc. a 70- 
revised schedule adopted a Si 

1869, buildings: Edwin Adams a 71; T. P. Briggs a 312; Brown & 

Leavitt a 121 ; B. F. Dewing a 13S; Emerson & Fehmer 394; I. 
& H. M. Harmon a 71, 13S; Frederick Pope a 108; W. G. Pres- 
ton a 12S; Sturgis & Brigham a 2S1; T. J. Whidden a 219 

claim : James Sands a 202 c 207 

edgestones : ordered a 118 

grading : petition a 261 

obstructions : J. Azarian, petition damages by a 134 c 137 

plank walk : ordered a 215 

sidewalks : petition a 107-ordered a 11S, 215 

watering : ordered a 96 

1870, bridges : over sluices, rebuilding ordered a 165; order to secure 

piers and abutments a 194 
buildings : Bourne & Leavitt a 21 ; D. Davies & Son a 320; I. & 
H. M. Harmon a 107, 263; C. K. Kirby a 302; Fred Pope a 156, 
263; Weston & Shepard a 211; H. Whitwell a 253; F. B. Winter 

a '95 

closing: ordered a 176 

edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 108 

grading : petitions a 26-ordered a 108 

gutters, drains, macadamizing : ordered a 10S 

lamps : N. E. Electric Gas Light Co. a 12 

laying out : through Brookline, order passed to petition for au- 
thority a 277 c 2S0, 291 

numbering : petition ior correction a 93 

obstructions : removal ordered a 1S7 

railroads : Metropolitan a 253, 263, 265 

repairs : ordered a 10S 

sidewalk : petition a S3-ordered a 10S 

stables: Fred Pope a 206, 212, 343, 352; Howard Snelling a 301, 

309 
watering: petitions a 107-ordered a 110 c 115 a 117; town of 

Brookline authorized to use water from hydrants c 227, 22S a 230 
widening : order passed to petition for authority a 26S c 270 2S0 

1871, building: F. Pope a 21 

claim : C. Fairchild a 43 c 46 a 100 c 103 

edgestones : ordered a 144 

grade : petitions a 32, ^-established a 215 

grading : ordered a 17S, 312, 319 

improvements : petition a 12; committee authorized to advertise 

for proposals a 21 ; ordered a 129, 135, 17S 
macadamizing : petition a 25; ordered a 163 
paving : petition a 25 
railroad : Boston & Albany a 134 
stable : S. Brooks a 79, S9 
watering : petition a 143; ordered a 153, 159, 200 

1872, grade: petition for raising a 12; order passed to petition for au- 

thority to take land a 41 c 43 
paving : petition a 122-ordered a 164, 175 
sewer : petition a 222; order notice a 224-to build a 234-schedule, 

etc. a 418, 423; petition extension outlets a 274-ordered a 319 
stable : C. A. Curtis a 183, 212 
watering: ordered a 125, 143 
widening : request for estimate referred c 263, 270 a 275-report 

inexpedient c 296 a 301 

1873, claim : A. F. Phillips c 147 a 151 c 16S a 169 
fast-driving : petition prevention a 217 
grading : ordered a 196 

paving: petition a 169-ordered a 181, 187 

plank walk: petition a 247 

railroad : Metropolitan a 350, 374, 418, 441, 453, 467, 535 

renumbering : petition a 25S 

sewer : assessments changed a 81 ; petitions abatement, —J. D. 

Braman a 139 — Jacob Symonds a 513; order notice a 311, 325. 
■watering : ordered a 1S1, 201 

1874, cellar : below grade reported a 525-order to raise a 555, 5S4 
plank walk : petition a 299 

railroad : Boston & Albany a 15 
watering : ordered a 192-petition a 282 

1875, claim : W. B. Chaplin a 318 c 324 a 723 c 726 
closed : temporarily a 351 

poles : Skillings & Whitney Bros, a 446, 467 

roadway : city engineer directed to examine a 455-report a 479 

sewer: assessments abated, Ellen Davis, M. C. Goddard, Helen 

May, A. L. Motte, C. E. Powers, J. D. Williams a 467, 47S 
stables : Albert Thompson a 445; David Hunt a 55S, 610; G. H. 

Norman a 619, 705; H. B. Wetherell a 752 
watering : ordered a 206 

1876, buildings : Roxbury Mill Corp. a 158 c 164 a 179 c 1S5 
fence : petition a 62S-ordered a 651 

sewers : communication board of health relative to outlets a 4S8 

sidewalks, edgestones: petition a 464-ordered a 46S 

stables : Boston and Roxbury Mill Corp. a 15S, 21 1 ; J . M. Haskell 

a66i, 702; Metropolitan R.R. a 11, 179; H. B. Wetherell a 34 
■watering : ordered a 345 

1877, edgestones : petition a 432-ordered a 450 
lamps : petition a 100, 854 

railroads : Metropolitan a 759, 7S3, 837, S3S, S39, S56 
stables : C. A. Richards a 296, 321 ; John Shepard a 432, 450 
watering: ordered a 240 

widening : payment land, etc., J. D. & G. W. Braman, Daniel 
Davies a 12, 17 

1878, crossings : petition a i6S-ordered a 230 
edgestones : petitions a 500, 52S-ordered 517, 548, 372 



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BELLEVUE AVENUE 



Beacon street, continued. 

edgestones, sidewalks : petition a 460-ordered 488 

rail road : Metropolitan a 752 

stables : T. E. Bacon a 604, 623; Boston and Roxbury Mill Corp. 

a 273, 305; C. A. Hawes a 1S3, 197; J. L. Savage a 479, 49S 
•watering : ordered a 230 
187©, claims : Roger Gogan c 510 a 512 
edgestones : schedule, etc. a 392 
nack-stand : petition removal a 477 
lamps : petition a 573-ordered a 705 
laying out and widening: H. H. W. Sigourney, payment 

land, etc. a 52S 
paving : petition a 363 
railroad : Metropolitan a 6S, 70S 
retaining-wall : ordered a 424 
■watering : ordered a 311 
widening : ordered a 424 

Beacon street, Brighton. 

1875, edgestones : petition a 261-ordered a 2S0 
1879, buildings : A. H. Glover a 374 c 3S0 

Beacon-street Primary School. 

187!$, order to establish referred c 464 a 46S-report, order passed a 494 
c 496, 509 

Beal, Alexander, Councilman, Ward 16. 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on elections c 3; public institutions 13 
remarks: removal of restrictions on lands c 97; Burrill claim 
247 ; water supply 604 

1875, appointed : committee on public institutions, paving c 10; nomi- 

nate overseer of poor 16 
elected : committee on finance c 5 
remarks : laborers' pay c 525, 526, 591 
resigned : c 614 

Beals street. 

1873, stable : C. R. Horn a 239, 244 

Bean, Ivory, Councilman, Ward 11. 

1868, remarks: boilers for City Hall c 19, 26; ward-room 7, 32; altera- 
tions Wells school-house S4 

Bearce, Horace M., Councilman, Ward 11. 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate trustees, city hospital c 6 ; 

city hospital, Northampton-st. district 13; funeral Hillman B. 

Barnes 504 
remarks : water supply c 34S, 728; Swett-st. extension 756 

Beaumont street. 

1876, lamps : petition a 628-ordered a 727 
Beaver Dam Brook. 

1878, order to apply for injunction against discharging sewage from 
women's prison into, discussed, passed a 256, 257-substitute order 
for city engineer to examine and report on filtering works, passed 
c 25S a 273 

Beaver street. 

1878, stables : J. M. Sears a64S, 6S2 

Bedford street. 

1868, widening: petition a 33; order notice a 38, 43-resolve and order 

passed a 46, 51 ; payment land, etc., J. P. Healy, R. C. Greenleaf, 
trustees a 77 

1869, buildings : J. C. Crowley a 71 

widening : on south side, order notice a 81, S3; corner Kingston 
St., order notice a 124, 134; corner Washington St., order notice 
a 221, 233-order passed a 261-referred c 265-report, order passed 
c 272; corner Chauncy St., order notice a 227, 242; corner Lincoln 
St., order notice a 276, 28s-order passed a 295; petition H. A. 
Thomas, payment land a 267 

1870, widening : Henry A. Thomas, payment for a 34, 37-refused pay- 

ment for land taken in 1S53 a 46 

1871, widening: payment land, etc.: M. C. Ferris, S. T. Dana a 179, 

1S5— Union Institution for Savings, H. Carey, trustee a 189, 197— 
R.D.Evans a 232, 233— C. L. Haley a 328, 330; H. A. Thomas 
petition a 158-refused a 16S 

1872, building : Sargent Bros. & Co. a 341 
nuisance : abated a 24, 230 

tree : removal a 2S, 39 

widening : pavment land, etc.-Ezra Walker a 241— S. S. Whitney 
a 244— J. H. White a 3SS, 389J 

1875, steam-engine : Blackmer, Mandel, & Co. a 367, 41S, 453 
widening : between Washington and Chauncy, resolve and order 

(CD. 17) passed a 27 c 29; appropriation a 35; between Summer 
and Kingston sts., resolve and order (CD. 60) passed a 169 c 175; 
appropriation a 170; notices to quit a 221; payment for land and 
damages, — heirs Ann G. Frothingham a 64, 117— heirs Joshua 
Bennett a 78, 81— S. B. Morse a 89— John Foster a 102— Baptist 
Mission Union a 103— C. B. Wilson, J. J. Eldredge a 152— J. S. 



Bedford street, continued. 

Ambrose a 1S1— R. Sherburne a 201 — Elizabeth Child a 250 — Mary 
Chism a 250 — W. A. Rogers, heirs J. H. Foster, heirs W. H. 
Munroe a 272 — H. A. Thomas a 217, 54S — Gilbert Evans a 306 

1874, paving : petition a 313 

sewer : petition a 55c ; order notice 563, 567 — to build 569— schedule 
and collection 739, 751 

1875, paving: order to pave with granite blocks recommitted a 51S— 

passed a 533 
sign : Union Institution for Savings a 633, 705 
187©, lantern: Massachusetts CharitaSle Mechanics' Association a 702, 

742 
steam-pipes : Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics' Association, 

petition a 415-permit a 43S 

Beech Glen. 

1873, lamps : petition a 3S2 

Beech Glen avenue. 

I860, buildings : S. M. Allen a 143 

1870, land : S. M. Allen c 121 a 123 c 131 ; A. M. Allen c 131 a 133 

1874, lamp : petition a 559-refused a 666 
1878, sewers : petition a 479-refused a 593 

Beech street, Brighton. 

1875, culverts: petition a 494 

Beech street, West Roxbury. 

1875, stable : Otto Gunther a 478, 495 
1878, buildings : Timothy Ahern a 194, 229 

Beeching, Richard, Councilman, Ward 1. 

1876, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate harbor-master c 10; on harbor, 
water 17; to nominate member of water board 70; on salary 
bill 304 

remarks : proposed abolition of office of harbor-master c 50; Mys- 
tic-valley sewer 54; election of harbor-master 104; salaries 304, 
343; VVinthrop railroad 462, 463; East Boston ferries 555, 556, 560 

1877, qualified: c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate harbor-master, superintend- 
ent of bridges, inspectors of lighters and other vessels c 6; 
committee on harbor, water 7; on 4th of July 274 

remarks: election directors ferries c 15; candidates for city offi- 
cers 63; salaries 164, 169, 190, 192; Mystic-valley sewer 404-406, 
427-429; army and navy monument 441-444; salaries of employes 
of water board 467; free ferries 520, 521 

Beer. 

1872, warrants for meetings to vote on sale of a 115-committee appointed 
to examine returns a 133-return a 143 

Beer Saloon. 

1868, license granted a iS 

Beethoven street. 

1874, sewer : order notice a 531, 539-to build 556 
stable : J. G. Day a 507 

1875, edgestones, gutters, macadamizing 



ordered a 298, 308 



Belcher lane. 

1872, land : A. C. Wheelwright a 55 c 57 a 124 c 127 

1873, dock: at foot of, petition removal piles a 316 

purchase : petition W. R. Clark a 17S c 182-refused a 210 c 212 

Belknap, Lyman A., Councilman, Ward 3. 

1869, qualified: c 1 

appointed : committee on fire-alarms, harbor, public library c 10; 

to nominate harbor-master n ; 4th of July 7S 
elected : member water board a 29 

Belknap place. 

1869, lamps : petition a iS4~refused a 220 

Bell, George E., Alderman. 

1879, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on state aid a 3; assessors' department, 
county accounts, harbor, health, markets, public instruction, 
steam-engines, surveyor's department, to nominate city architect, 
city surveyor, directors of public institutions, overseers of poor, 
superintendent of bridges, superintendent of public buildings 13; 
on treatment of poor 34; East Boston ferries 39; to nominate 
cullers of hoops, inspectors of lime, field-drivers, fence-viewers 
74; 17th of June 183; 4th of July 255; water income 279; pay 
of laborers 657 

Bell-towers. (See Fire Department.) 

Bellevue avenue. 

1872, widening : payment land and damages, F. King and S. B. Pierce 
a 357, 362 

1876, trees : removal a 562, 5S9 

1877, lamps : petition a 505-refused a 854 
trees : removal a 293 



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Bellevue street, Dorchester. 

1873, grade : petition a 107 

well : petition leave to use a 203 
1873, widening: C. A. Upham, payment land, etc. a 171 
1878 , edgestones : petition a 381 
187©, edgestones : petition a 303-ordered a 335 

Bellevue street, Roxbury. 

1872, server: petition a 139; order notice a 2S4, 291-to build a 294- 

schedule, etc. a 41s, 423 

1873, sewer : assessments changed a 81 ; Rosina Leukhardt et al. refused 

abatement a 116; W. A. Low et al., petition revision of assess- 
ment a 341 ; revised schedule a 3S4, 39S 
1879, stable : Rosina Leukhardt a 534, 573 

Bellevue street, West Roxbury. 

1877, stable : Horace Farrington a 695, 708 

Bells. 

1877, licensed to ring for advertising a 612 

Bells and Clocks. (See Fire-Alarms.) 

1809, committee : appointed a 5 

bell-ringing i at morning, noon, and night, Boston Highlands, 

petition a 101-order passed to ring a 156 
petitions, orders, etc. : 

Christ's church: clock ordered a 263; First Presbyterian 
church, E.B. petition bell a 173-refused a 234-petition for care 
of clock a 138; Lewis school-house, petition bell a 107; 
Phillips church : clock ordered a So; Winthrop-st. church : 
petition clock a 223-order ruled out c 2S0 

1870, committee: appointed a 5 

petitions, orders, etc. : Ferry-house, E.B. order for clock 
referred c 272, 2S0 a 283-report, order passed c 292 a 295; Third 
Religious Society: petition for care of clock a 199; Winthrop- 
st. church : petition clock a 51-ordered a 197 

1871, committee : appointed a 5 

petitions , orders, etc. : Central wharf: petition clock c 218 
a 221 ; First Presbyterian church : petition clock a43-ordered 
a 17S, 185; Hose-house 6: petition bell a 63 c 70; Lincoln 
school-house: petition clock a 35; St. Stephen's church: 
petition clock a 79, 87 

1872, committee : appointed a 6 

bell-ringing : petition discontinuance, Hollis-st. church a 63, 99- 
petitions for continuance a 99 

true time : petition payment for furnishing a 210-payment or- 
dered a 292 

petitions, oi-ders, etc. : Odd Fellows' hall : petition clock 
a 329-ordered a 383, 3S6; St. Stephen's church: petition clock 
a 227-ordered a 266 

1873, committee: appointed a 9 

care : vested in committee on fire-alarms a 25 c 29 

petitions, orders, etc. : Gaston school-house : petition clock 

a 9 c 17-ordered a 127 c 135, 147; Ticknor school-house : clock 

ordered a 231 c 234, 243 

1874, note: no committee appointed, the fire-commissioners assumed 

charge of bells and clocks, in connection with fire-alarm depart- 
ment, which see 
bell-ringing: allowance for Unitarian church, B. a 287, 300 

c 309, 325; J. M. Davis, payment c 386, 406 a 409 
true time : payment for furnishing a 562, 567 c 575, 587 
petitions, orders, etc. : South Evangelical church : offer 
to surrender rights in clock c 248 a 252-accepted c 386 a 390 

1875, bell-ringing: Maverick Congregational church : ordered 

a 168, i83 c 196, 211 a 222 
petitions, orders, etc. : Immanuel church, Repetition clock 
a 619 c 629-refused a 6SS c 691; Princeton-st. school-house: 
petition clock a 203 c 211 

1876, petitions, orders, etc. : Metropolitan R.R. stable, Pynchon 

st. : petition illuminated clock a 261 c 264-ordered a 72SC 732; Old 
South church: communication fire commissioners relative to 
new location for clock a 336 c 342; Young Men's Christian 
Union: petition clock a 100-ordereda iSo-order discussed, passed 
c 19S 
1879, bell-ringing: order passed to consider expediency of continuing 
custom c 29 a 34-motion to reconsider rejected c 45-report, inex- 
pedient c 213 a 224 

Bell's court. 

1870, stationary engine : D. Blylever a 297, 313, 322 

Belmont square. 

1870, care : contract authorized c 115 a 117 
opening : petition a 116 c 121 

1871, care : contract authorized a 162 c 165, 171 

1872, care : contract authorized c 150 a 153 

1873, care : order to contract tabled c 175-recommitted c 1S3 a 187-report, 

order passed c 193 a 197 

1874, care : contract authorized a 226 c 22S, 245 

1875, care : contract authorized a 206 c 211, 237 
187©, care : contract authorized a 250 

Belmont street. 

18©8, building: Joseph Scherer a 37 

eartb : payment Bonner & Sutherland removing a 89 



Belmont street, continued. 

1870, extension : petition a 223 

grading : Patrick Donahoe, petition damages a 75 

stable : James Griffin a 326, 338, 358 
187©, stable : M. McTighe a 661, 702 

Belmont street, Charlestown. 

1874, stable : John McGinniss a 220, 359 



1879, building 
stable: M 

Bennet avenue. 



W. E. Nowlan a 471, 4S0 
Mulvey a 457, 471, 472 



1869, buildings : David Flynn a 17 

"widening : order of notice a 44-hearing a 57-order passed a 80- 
referred c 82-majority and minority reports (CD. 45 and 46) c 100- 
order rejected c 106 

1870, buildings : David Flynn a 75 

Bennet street. 

1869, sewer : repairs ordered a 263-schedule, etc. a 320 

1871, nuisance : abatement ordered a 138 
sewer : petition a 184-order notice 

schedule, etc. a 345, 361 

1872, edgestones, sidewalks : ordered 

1873, sidewalks : petition a 41S 

1874, paving : petition a 4oS-refused a 767 
1876, claim : A. D. Pattee & Co. a 23 c 28 a 77 c 86 



a 200, 214-to build a 216 • 
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Bennett School. 

1874, additional appropriation, request (C.D.77) a 499 c 511-granted a 513 
c 517, 536; additional expenditure authorized a 513 c 518, 536 

1876, tablet, request for correction c 320 a 322-report, inexpedient c 446 

a 449; paving yard, etc., request c 365 a 366 

1877, improvement yard, request c 123 a 130-ordered a 321 

Bennett street. 

1877, lamps : petition a 210, S54 

stables : Patrick Welch a 52, 71 ; Michael Kenney a 80, 102 
1879, buildings : James Galligan a 104, 120 

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buildings : E. C. Gordon a 33; F. L. Sargent a 33 
buildings: John E. Brown a 312; Davis Damon a 179; Paul 

Knowles a 188; A. J. Preble a 219; Wm. Waters & Son a 194 
buildings : Frame & Jordan a 171 ; W. B. Gardner a 156; N. C. 

Joy a 294; J. W. Morris a 263; Morse & Stone a 320; A. J. Preble 

a 171; W. J. Ramsdell a 263; Mrs. McSheehy a 132 
lamps : petition a 263 
stable : J. W. Morris a 2S5, 295 
grade : revised a 250, 253 
grading : ordered a 250, 253 ; payment damages — Sarah Nutter 

a 349, 357 — Edwin Rice a 386, 3S7 
nuisance : abated a 255 
sewer : petition a 107 ; order notice a 119, 127-to build a 138, 142- 

schedule, etc. a 287, 300 
grading : damages : payment, E. C. Cook, Samuel Dillawny, W. 

B. Gardner, John Harris, C. P. Jameson, H. C. Joy, Paul 

Knowles, John McKinnon, Mary Nagle, N. G. Potter, Ellen 

Prince, J. T. Simpson, F. P. Waters, Joseph Woodside a 52- 

D. S. Wyman a 242, 243 — petitions, L. M. Gerrish a 243, F. 

Meegan a 256, heirs A. D. Wyman a 152 
nuisance : abated a 377 
sewer : petition a 162; order notice a 162-to build a 193-schedule, 

etc. a 223; assessments changed, Sheen-Mclntyre a 253 
stables : Alexander Hinds a 310, 376; Alvah Hines a 39S; C. D. 

Mclntyre a 77, 102 
edgestones : peiition 3428 

grading : payment damages, Felix Meegan, L. M. Gerrish a 163 
sewer : petition a 22S-report, no action necessary a 249 
sidewalks, crossings : petition a 545 
stables : Joseph Hill a 160. 189; T. B. Cox a 398, 410 
edgestones, side-walks, gutters : petitions a 236, 299, 497, 

567-ordered a 342, 352, 506, 584, 594, 597-schedule, etc. a 623, 740; 

assessment changed, O'Donnell-Sheffield a 740 
furnace : Joseph Needham a 610, 666 
grading: damages, heirs James Rush, petition a 211-payment 

a 256 — Elizabeth Coy, petition a 251-refused a 340— John Spillane, 

petition a 600-refused a 63S — James Curtin, petition a 622-refused 

a6S8 
•widening : heirs John Hawkins, payment land, etc. a 682 
grading : damages, J. T. Simpson, petition a 355-refused a 375- 

Mary O'Brien, petition a 3iS-refused a 433 
sidewalk: schedule, etc. a 21; petition a 493-ordered a 533! 

assessments changed. Porter- Potter a 439 — Dolan-Barrett, Ken- 

rick-Garner a 447 
stable : Michael Ryan a 733, 753 
buildings : M. Eliis & Co. a 562, 573 
edgestones, sidewalks : assessment changed, Barrett-French 

a 409 
grading : damages, John Spillane, petition a 133-refused a 159- 

J. T. Simpson, petition a 347 
sidewalks : petition a 476-ordered a 488 
buildings : M. Ellis & Co. a 594, 615 
stables : Mrs. M. C. Sargent a 277, 660; M. H. Leonard a 640, 726 



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Bennington street, continued. 

1878, buildings : M. Ellis & Co. a S, 19 

crossing: petition a 525-ordercd 587 

sign : C. W. Elliott a 2S7, 307 

stable : Matilda Turcotte a 250, 290 
187©, railroads : Boston & Albany, Eastern a 393 

Bent, James, Councilman, Ward 2. 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on ferries c 13; nominate superintendent 
public lands 14 

1875, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on state aide 5; nominate commissioners 
Cedar Grove cemetery 6; ferries 10; nominate water registrar 
11; 4th July 358 

Bent street. 

1870, buildings : J. R. Hall a 100 

Benzine. 

1877, license to keep and sell : Wadsworth Bros. & Howland a 214 

Berkeley court (or avenue?) 

1875, sewer : order notice a 297, 307-to build 422 

Berkeley place. 

1875, sewer: land taken a 375, 410; order to build 422 

1876, sewer : assessment abated, H. A. Adams a 393 

1877, sewer : Benjamin Burlingame, petition damages a 170 

Berkeley street. 

1868, buildings : First Presbyterian congregation a 30; C. C. Pettee 

a 43 

cross-walks : petition a 29 

fences : ordered a 51 

lamps : ordered a 59 

laying out : between Clarendon street and B. & P. R.R., order 
of notice a 3S, 43-order passed a 44 ; from Providence street to 
Beacon street, order of notice a 46-discussion and resolve inexpe- 
dient a 54-55 ; between south side Stanhope street and centre line 
of Providence street, ordered a 56 

plank- walk : ordered a 51 

repairs: ordered a 51 

1869, buildings : Brown & Leavitt a 41 ; I. & H. M. Harmon a 29S 
crossings : petition a 291 

grade : established a 1 17 

land : sale ordered a 133 

passage -way : petition, acceptance a 253 

railroad : Metropolitan a S4, 86, 94, 96, 116 

sidewalks : ordered a 125 

stables : H. W. Eames & Co. a 167, 175, 179, 1S6 

1870, buildings: N. Adams 3313; Bryant & Rogers a 171; B. F. 

Dwight a 100; W. M. Rumery a S3 
land : Martin Hayes, a 152 c 153 
railroad: Metropolitan a 144, 156, 174, 191, 196, 207 

1871, land : trustees Simmons estate c 276, 283 a 28S 
paving : petitions a 115, 167 

stable : Peet & Whittemore a 127, 136 

1872, paving: petition a 107-ordered a 134 
edgestones : ordered a 164 

1873, conveyance : approval of bill relating to a 221-notice of readiness 

to accept a 242 c 243-act accepted (c 350, 1S73) a 250 
edgestones: schedule, etc. a 575 
macadamizing : ordered a 309 
retaining-wall : petition a 125 
sewer : petition a 72 
sidewalks : petition a 42S-ordered a -|-)-| 
stable : Martin Hayes a 41S, 42S c 435 a 445, 456 c 460 a 470 

1875, edgestones : J. C. Haynes, assessment refunded a 666 

8ewer : petition a 318; order notice 334, 345; to build 356; 

schedule, etc. 717, 7346 
sidewalk : ordered a 533-schedule, etc. a 763 

1876, land : First church a 113, 162 c 164 
sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 338 

1877, railroad : Highland a 594, 651 

sidewalks : petition a 695-ordered a 7oS-schedule, etc. a 6S2 
steam-pump : order for temporary shelter a 799 c 853 

1878, mortars : Charles E. Guild a 26, 39 

railroads : Highland a 449; Metropolitan 449; South Boston 

a 568, 627, 658,661, 753, 757, 773 
sewers : petition a 227 
sidewalks : petition a 601-ordered 605 
stable : E. W. Murray a 397, 479 

1879, railroad : South Boston a 493 

Berkeley-street Bridge. 

1868, laying-out : as a public highway ordered a 56 

1869, repairs : ordered a 215 

1875, repairs : ordered a 376; closed a 423 

1876, retaining-walls : ordered a 262, 273 

1877, strengtUening : ordered a 536 

1878, repairs : ordered a 462 



Berlin street. 

1868, laying out and 'widening : order of notice a iS-resolve and or- 

der a 23-tabled a 24-recommitted a 30-remonstrance a 33-hearing 
a 37-order passed a 46-referred c 47-report, order passed c 52 

1869, name : changed to Tennyson a 95 

1870, stable : Jeremiah Madden a 313 

1871, stable: Jeremiah Madden a 28 
1876, stable : B. S. Evans a 468, 481 
1878, stable: Home Savings-Bank a 591, 601 

Berlin-street School. (See Tennyson-street School.) 

Bernier square. 

1878, side-walk: petition a 525 

Berry street. 

1874, stable : Charles Simmons a 578, 598 

1878, land : see Mount Hope Cemetery a 275 c 377 
stable : M. J. Manning a 56S, 589 

'widening : payment land, etc., Mercantile Savings Institution, 
Mt. Hope cemetery a 697 

1879, improvements : petition a 254 

Berwick Park. 

1869, named : a 314 

1876, building : U. H. Coffin a 182 
grade : established a 22 
grading : petition a 217-ordered a 246 

1871, sidewalk : petition a 338 

1872, bridge : over Providence R.R. ordered a 155 c 158 
macadamizing, etc. : ordered a 144, 153 

1873, foot-bridges : over B. & P. R.R., removal ordered a 221 c 224, 235 

1874, enclosure : petition a 40S 

1875, edgestones : ordered around mall a 298 
enclosure : remonstrance a 307-report a 323 
retaining-wall : petition a 7-ordered a 241 

1877, enclosure : petition that city take charge of a 334 c 352-refusea 

a 45 1 c 460 

1878, edgestones : petition a 621-ordered a 641 
edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 363 
enclosure : petition that city take charge of a 357, 3S5 
lamps : petition a Si-ordered 752 

1879, enclosure : petition that city take charge of a 492 

Beverly street. 

1868, buildings : J. T. Craft a 24; Richard Power & Son a 24 
stable : C. C. Potter a 43 

1869, buildings : C. & G. Barker a 12, 13S; Torreys & Co. 121 ; O. M. 

Wentworth 285 

1870, buildings : Hewitt & Webster a 273 
nuisance : abated a 342 

1871, bulkheads : order to close a 120 
railroad : Middlesex R.R. a 245 

1872, railroads : Metropolitan, Suffolk a 210, 237 
sea-wall : order to prevent encroachments a 364, 370 

1873, paving : petition a 149-ordered a 230 

1874, hoisting-beam : J. R. Hicks, Daniel Doherty a 29; Richardson 

& Young a 30 
paving : ordered a 342, 352 
railroad : Middlesex a 498 
repairs : petition a 299 

1875, obstructions : petition for removal a 220 

1876, paving : petition a 225-ordered a 295 
railroads : order to pave a 409 

1877, cellars : Clap & Underwood petition a 551-permit to excavate a 581 
railroad : Middlesex a 296, 321, 412, 436, 449 

1878, railroad : Fitchburg a 357, 363, 425, 462, 485 

1879, railroad : Middlesex R.R. 281, 493, 512, 573, 574 
telegraph poles : Gold & Stock Telegraph Co., petition a 374 

Bickford, Charles D., Councilman, Ward 15. 

1870, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on state aid c 3; police 10 

1871, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on state aid C3; Common, nominate city 
engineer 4; engineer's department, surveyor's department 10; in- 
vestigation Fort-Hill frauds 238 

remarks : Stony brook c 256, 266, 267; ferries 406 

1872, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee to nominate city messenger c 5; bathing, 

engineer's department 10 
remarks : management of sewer department c 11, 43 

Bickford avenue. 

1871, stable : Peter Kilroy a 338, 348 

Bickford street. 

1872, stable : C. D. Bickford a 227, 234, 275 



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1876, edgestones, gutters, sidewalks i 
sidewalks : petition a 523 

1877, edgestones : schedules, etc. a 149, 490; 

lings-Kelly a 226; D. F. Decatur, petition abatement a 594 
stables : D. F. Decatur a 210, 227 

1878, edgestone and sidewalk : order to abate assessment D. F. 

Decatur, tabled a 230-rejected 406-abated 517 



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Bicknal avenue. 

1878, lamps : petition a 6ao-ordered a 572 

Bicknell, William E., Councilman, Ward 4. 

1870, qualified : c 1 

election contested 5 petition c 4-rcport 10 

appointed: committee to nominate water board c 3; public insti- 
tutions, health 10 
elected : committee on accounts c 4 

1871, qualified: c 1 

appointed : committee on certificates c 1 ; rules 2; public institu- 
tions, public buildings, nominate directors public institutions 10; 
laying corner-stone post-office 265 

elected : committee on accounts c 3 

remarks s ferries C78; house of correction 140; insane asylum 2S5 

1872, qualified: ci 

appointed : committee on elections c 2 : nominate trustees public 

library 5; ferries, public buildings, police 10 
elected: committee on accounts c 4; director public institutions 

c 26 a 30 
remarks : election Ward 10 c 33; thanks to president 42S 

1873, qualified: c 1 

appointed: committee on elections c 2; nominate superintendent 

public buildings 5; assessors' department, public buildings 17 
elected: committee on accounts c 5; director public institutions 

a 24 c 29 
remarks: alteration committee-room C29; Shaw election case 61; 

sale of engine 12 lot 192; heating apparatus engine-house 24 

416, 426 

Bicycles. 

1878, order to report if measures are necessary to regulate a 229 

Bigelow, Abraham O., Alderman. 

1875, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on state aid a 2; licenses, paving, police, 
engineers' department, fire department, Mt. Hope Cemetery, ordi- 
nances, library, treasury department, water, nominate superintend- 
ent sewers, trustees public library 7; funeral F.U.Tracy 12; 
gale of unclaimed baggage 122; to examine system of keeping 
accounts 194; conference 17th June 268; conference 4th July 
351; Quincy statue 577; exhibits for Centennial Kxposition 656; 
loan of historical pictures 742 

elected : trustee Mt. Hope Cemetery c 16 a 19 

remarks: police rules a 67; building Swett st. 147; location S. 
B. railroad 1S9; appropriation bill 190; system of keeping ac- 
counts 194; Bunker-Hill centennial 263; 4th July 348; elec- 
tion collector 356; removing car-tracks 3S0, 440; vegetable market 
449; regulation of hacks 47S; paving Bedford st. 51S; salaries 
deputy collectors 52S, 562; nomination constables 536; license Car- 
diff giant 583 ; swing-signs 645, 646 ; shade-frames 6S1 ; centennial 
exhibits 6S6, 703; life-saving apparatus 725; petition J. Jeffries 
736> 737, 738, 739; contract for water-pipes 742, 743; employment 
of poor 751 ; release of land 755; deputy collector's fees 765 
1870, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on common and public grounds, county 
accounts, fire department, licenses, Mt. Hope cemetery, ordi- 
nances, paving, police, public instruction, treasury department, 
water a 11 ; to nominate superintendent of common, trustees public 
library, superintendent of streets 12; new city charter 13; peti- 
tion of C. C. Perkins 14; statue of Josiah Quincy 14; to examine 
Franklin fund 25; sale of unclaimed baggage 32; to nominate 
commissioners of Cedar Grove cemetery 33; committee on sink- 
ing-fund 33; on protection of works of art in Faneuil Hall a 46; 
to nominate fence-viewers, field-drivers, inspectors of lime, 
cullers of hoops, etc. 101 ; auditor's estimates 134; equalization of 
salaries 137; salary bill 310; to nominate city registrar 456; to 
confer with park commissioners 632 

elected: trustee of Mt. Hope cimetery c 29 a 33 

remarks : Mass. works of art at centennial a 45,46; protection 
of works of art owned by city 46; salary bill So, 85; grading 
Everett st. 114; division of ward 22 136, 137; salaries 137, 1S3, 
215, 340, 341; clock on Christian Union building 1S0; Caroline 
Price's claim 191, 455 ; appropriation bill 20S, 209; repaving Water 
St., C. 210, 225; Standard Laundry Machine Co.'s claim 216; li- 
cense commissioners 276; paintings in Faneuil Hall 312; school- 
house in Dorchester-Everett district 321, 322; revision of laws 
and ordinances 33S; regulation of cars on circuit 369, 370; report 
of East Boston ferries 349, 591 to 594; school-house at Washing- 
ton Village 409, 724, 725; public parks 411; pay of city laborers 
433 > vegetable market 453, 454; license to take birds and eggs 
470, 471; baiting horses in the streets 4S9; projecting steps in 
Charlestown 512, 528, 579, 580; paving Main St., C. 570; alleged 
discharge of city laborers for political reasons 575; proposed pub- 
lic square in Brighton 589; removal of obstructions from side- 
walks 590; contract for 1S77 in paving department 605 ; additional 
paving appropriation 633; gas commission 670; safety of places 
of amusement 6S4; clock on Metropolitan stable 728; street 
venders of fruit, etc. 730, 747 

Bigelow, Alanson, Alderman. 

1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed: commitee on small-pox hospital, state aid 3; sale of 
unclaimed baggage, licenses, sewers, common, engineer's dept., 
ordinances, overseers of poor, water g; nominate trustees pub- 
lic library, supt. streets, water board 10; nominate overseer of 



Bigelow, Alanson, continued. 

poor 33; nominate fire engineers 89; inspection of prisons 152; 
4th July 197; bonds of city officers 241; reorganization fire 
dept. 247 

elected : trustee Mt. Hope cemetery a 24 c 29 

remarks: normal-school accommodations a 173; revision of city 
charter 422; Mather school-house 430; free soup 538 
1874, qualified: ci 

appointed: committee on rules and orders a 2; state aid 3; army 
and navy monument 9; public grounds, engineer's dept., fire 
dept., ordinances, water, county accounts, licenses, sewers 7; 
nominate water board, city messenger, trustees public library, 
supt. sewers 8; nominate water registrar, overseers of poor 18; 
sale of unclaimed baggage 36, 740; inspection of prisons 115; 
conference on salary bill 237; fourth of July 316; election re- 
turns 59S, 691 

elected : trustee Mt. Hope cemetery c 10, 14 a 18 

remarks : Paddock elms a 76; evading ferry tolls 120; Jour- 
dain's museum 121, 122, 123; public-ground expenditures 226, 
416; bird-houses 303; license fees 3S0, 390; receiving-tomb 449, 
450; Barnum's hippodrome 455; Hathorne's coach license 472; 
licensing Walcott's hotel 543, 562; Hurl's coach license 555; 
frauds in Sudbury-river scheme 641; law dept. 736, 737, 73S, 748; 
E. Cambridge omnibus line 748 

Bigelow, George T. 

1870, communication presenting portrait of Edward Everett referred 
a 177 c i7S-report, resolve, and order of acceptance a 1S6 c 18S 

Bigelow, John P. 

1872, message of mayor, announcing death of a 202-resolutions of respect 

a 202 c 208 

Bigelow, L. A., Whittier, J. A. L , Fowler, M. P. 

1878, copy of petition, charter for elevated railroad a 5S6-city solicitor 
directed to oppose a 601, 604 c 612 

Bigelow School District. 

1873, primary accommodations, request c 358 a 371-ordered a 408 c 416, 

4 2 S 

1874, additional primary accommodations, order to furnish referred c 538 

a 5<io-report inexpedient c 557 

1875, additional accommodations, request c 57 a 59-report inexpedient 

a 113 c 11S 
Bigelow street. 

1874, laying out: Samuel Bigelow, payment land, etc. a 477 

1875, laying out : petition, T. G. Lewis et als. for revision of better- 

ments a iS8-report a 206-recommitted a 226-second report dis- 
cussed and tabled a 241-recommitted a 29S; S. V. Collins, better- 
ment abated a 454 
1878, lamps : petition a 272-ordered a 752 
stable : S. A. Vining a 1S3, 197 

Bill -boards. (See Show-boards.) 
Billerica street. 

1870, building: Calvin Varney a 223 
claim : Anastasia Dooley a 191 c 203 
nuisance : abated a 231, 304, 317 
tenement-house : vacated a 240 

1875, claim : William Wilson c 79 a 81 c 105 a in 

Billiards. 

1868, licenses granted, etc. : a 5, 24, 46, 70, 76 

1869, licenses granted, etc.: a 18, 50, 5S, 95, 102, 109, 116, 164, 205, 

235, 242, 254, 274, 282, 2S6, 294, 304 

1876, licenses granted, etc. : a 13, 17, 18, 22, 54, 70, 77, 95, 109, 125, 

165, 172, 20S, 212, 218, 219, 247, 255, 275, 283, 2S7, 295, 301, 303, 315, 
322, 326, 327, 33S, 343 

1871, licenses granted, etc. : a 39, 44, 80, 108, 11S, 12S, 136, 143, 151, 

167, 178, 20S, 215, 222, 234, 241, 244, 249, 253, 308, 32S, 339, 364, 374, 
38S, 411 
licenses granted, etc. : a 14, 46, 70, 87, 123, 133, 142, 184, 193, 
04, 212, 222, 234, 236, 257, 265, 2S1, 2S6, 2S7, 305, 329, 356, 363 



1872, 

1873, licenses granted, etc. : a 23, 33, 55, 65, 77, 140, 1S9, 19S, 219, 230 

1874, 



1875, 
1876, 
1877, 
1878, 

Bill's 

1877, 
1879, 



294. 3°6, 316, 317, 326, 353, 372, 383, 454, 503, 515, 535, 548, 564, 567 
licenses granted, etc. : a 19, 30, 39, 48, 65, 118, 170, 193, 223, 238, 

2S3. 20 9> 2 S6. 3°'. 319- 359. 4 01 . 43>. 401, 47 2 > 499. S°6, 5H> 5 2 3, 544, 

554, 561, 56s, 5S3, 612, 623, 643, 649, 6S1, 6S8 
licenses granted, etc. : a 9, 20,62, 68, 126, 150, 167, 193, 223, 250, 

264, 279, 295, 30S, 323, 350, 356, 424, 433, 437, 44S, 454, 465, 479, 494, 

5*7. S3 2 . S48. S 61 . S83. 622, 665, 6S6, 724 
licenses granted, etc.: a 34, 65, 76, 100, 117, 138, 163, 178, 194, 

246, 277, 299, 311, 322, 33S, 355, 367, 449, 470, 481, 492, 513, 537, 552, 

574,635,663,687,701,729 
license fees : petition abatement a 46S-order to refund a 492 
licenses granted, etc. : a 33, 92, 101, 149, 413, 435, 491, 5C9, 555, 

612, 632, 647, 65S, 6S2, 699, 762, 795, 824 
licenses granted, etc.: a 251,274,288, 304, 323, 342, 362, 3S6, 

462, 486. 
See Pool and Sippio tables. 

court. 

stable : O. Blyleven a 781, S42 
lamps : petition a 575-refused a 505 



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Bingham, Margaret B. 

1875, reward offered for detection of murderer :i 153-tabled c 174, 219-dis- 
cussion, order indefinitely postponed c 290 

Birch street. 

18 70, name : Maple St., so called a 661 

Bird lane. 



una iane. 

1872, lamps J petition a 249 



Bird street. 

187©, buildings : A. F. Harvey a 171 

extension s petition a 148 
187a, culvert : ordered a 224, 227 
187-11, sewer ; petition a S4-order of notice a 302, 313-order to build a 341- 

schedule, etc. a 596, 600 
1875, sewer : James Baker, assessment abated a 2,22-same, petition 

abatement a 558-refused a 580 

1877, sewers : James Baker, assessment abated a 784 

1878, lamps : petition a 5S2 

1879, lamps : ordered a 705 

Bird-street District. 

1878, drainage s petition a 287, 303-order of notice on construction of 
sewer a 325-hearing a 336-to build a 400-schedule and collection 
a 712, 752 

Birds and eggs, taken for scientific purposes. 

187©, licenses granted: H. D. Morse a 182, 194; G. E. Whall a 211, 
220 

1872, licenses granted: S. G. Haldry a 103; K. H. Freeman a 115; 

John Murdock a 79; John Pinter a 280; G. E. Whall a 144; A. W. 

Willard a 103 
187!!, licenses granted : C. R. Weld a 240; A. W. Willard a 217 
187-1, licen.-e granted : W. R. Falls a 48 

1875, licenses granted : G. G. & F. H. Brackett a 164, 193 
licenses refused: J. M. Childs a 220, 250; S. D. Crofts a 318, 

1 333 

1876, licenses granted: W. B. Dowse a 464, 470; Robert Swiit 

a 32, 45 

1877, license refused : W. H. Humphrey a 317, 33S 

1878, license granted : S. Dickinson a 126, 147 

license refused : H. R. Bradstreet, order discussed, rejected 
a 400, 401 

1879, license refused : U. H. Crosby a 351 

Birmingham, Borough of. 

1873, resolution of sympathy on account of great fire a 384 c 392 

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. 

1808, city registrar : quarterly reports a 13 c 15 a 46 c 47 

18©9, city registrar : N. A. Apollonio elected a 31 C33; annual report 

(C.D.4S) a 114; quarterly reports a 22 c 26 a 189 c 19S a 267 c 272 
187©, city registrar: N. A. Apollonio elected a 27 c 30; annual report 
(C.D.46) a 107, 108; quarterly reports a 22 c 25 a 107 c 113 a 199 
c 203, 292 a 295; authorized to employ clerical assistance a in 

1871, city registrar : N. A. Apollonio elected a 40 C41; quarterly re- 

ports c 30 a 33, 127 c 130 a 233 c 237, 325 a 327; annual report (CD. 

39) a 134 . , . . ■ 

records : copying authorized a 28; committee appointed to exam- 
ine c 42 

1872, city registrar: N. A. Apollonio elected c 40 a 44; quarterly re- 

ports c 33 a 39 c 128 a 132, 227 c 231, 328 a 329; annual report (C.D. 
58) a 141 

death certificates : order passed to petition for legislation rela- 
tive to return of a 388 c 392 

records : appropriation for copying a 29 

1873, city registrar: N. A. Apollonio elected a 45 C49; quarterly 

reports a 40 c 47 a 1S6 c 192 a 31 1 c 329 a 453 c 460; annual report 
(C.D. 72) a 238 c 243 

1874, committee : on city registrar's department appointed a 40 

city registrar : N. A. Apollonio elected a 37 c 42; quarterly re- 
ports a 36, 252 c 257 a 505 c 511 a 600 c 602; annual report (C.D. 48) 

a 3 2 5 c 3 2 9 
clerk-hire : request for additional a 3S7 c 4o-;-granted a 432 c 439, 

4 6 4 

1875, committee : on city registrar's department, order passed to ap- 

point c 400 a 410-appointed c 427 a 431 
city registrar : committee to nominate c 16 a 19-N. A. Apollonio 
nominated and elected c 57 a 59 c 7S a 81 ; quarterly reports a 36 
c 39 a 279 c 2S1 a 436 c 459 a 596 C612; annual report (C.D. 54) 
a 294 c 299 ; committee instructed to report on efficiency of, etc. c 392 

a 393 

board of health and city registrar : order relative to de- 
fining- duties c 277-amended and passed c 291-ainended and 
passed a 293 c 299-majority and minority reports (C.D. 70) c 341- 
discussion C36c-minority report accepted c365-motion to reconsider 
rejected c 3So-majority report accepted a 393-motion to reconsider 
tabled a 424-discussed a442,443-rejected a4^4~tabled C462-referred 
to next city council c 769 a 773 

records : petition historic-genealogical society relative to referred 
c 41 a 46-report (C.D.46) c 187— See Record Commissioners. 
187©, committee : on registrar's department, appointed c 11 a 16 

city registrar : committee to nominate C30 a 33-f. H. Mann nom- 
inated a 139-N. A. Apollonio elected a 162-J. H. Mann elected 



Births, Marriages, and Deaths, continued. 

c 165-communication from N. A. Apollonio (C.D. 36) a 176-election 
tabled a i7S-refusals to take from table a 232, 250, 263, 295, 311, 
325-ballot, no choice a 456-discussion, refusal to take from table 
a 467, 491 ; quarterly reports a 262, 476 c 499 a 603 c 615 ; order to 
submit annual report rejected a 250; annual report (C.D.84) a 485 
c 499; annual report of number of births, etc. a 62 c 70; order 
fixing salary a 178-discussed and referred a 193 c 198; order of 
1875, relative to manner of conducting department, referred a 26 
c 2S-report a 160 c 164; communication relative to removing office 
to Old State-House c 364, 365 a 366-report inexpedient c 403 a 405 
hoard of health, transfer to : majority and minority reports 
of 1S75 (C.D. 70) referred a 26 c 28-report a 139 c 164; order to con- 
nect department with board of health a 181-discussed and rejected 
a 1S2, 1S3; personal explanation of Alderman O'Brien and com- 
munication from Dr. Durgin a 197 

1877, committee : on city registrar's department appointed c 6 a 8 
city registrar : committee to nominate c 6 a S-petition in favor 

reelection N. A. Apollonio a 100 c nS-majority report nominating 
N. A. Apollonio, minority report nominating A. H. Hoyt c 207- 
N. A. Apollonio elected a 215 c 217; report on births a 55 C58; 
annual report (C.D. 79) a 641 C651 

board of health., transfer to : order relative to a 71-discussed 
and rejected a S6, 87, S3 

burial certificates : petition of undertakers for change in system 
of furnishing certificates, referred a 363; order that board of health 
grant no license for burial or removal of bodies without certificate 
from city registrar, referred a 363 

deaths : order to furnish board of health with returns of, referred 
a 363 

1878, committee: on city registrar's department appointed cj a8; 

change in a 336 

city registrar: committee to nominate cj a 9-N. A. Apollonio 
nominated and elected c 33 a 37 c 44; preliminary report c 45 
a 53; annual report (C.D. 47) a 338 c 351 

burials : order that board of health grant no permits without cer- 
tificate from registrar, referred a 237 c 238 

vital statistics : order to report violations of law relating to reg- 
istration of, referred a 237 c 238 

1879, committee : on city registrar's department appointed c 12 a 13 
city registrar : committee to nominate c 5 a 15 c 12 a 13; N. A. 

Apollonio elected a 74 c 79, 97; preliminary report a 70 c 79; an- 
nual report (C.D. 76) c 42S a 435 
board of health and registrar's department : petitions in 
favor of placing department under board of health a 48 c 56-re- 
fused a 71 c 79 
directories : purchase authorized to complete set c 736 a 739 
old records: Charlestown marriages (1630 to 1849) and Roxbury 
births, marriages and deaths (1680 to 1785), order relative to tran- 
script a 226 c 23S-report, order passed c 298, 300, 316 a 325 

Bishop, Robert, Councilman, Ward 7. 

1868, remarks : on school-house, ward 9, appropriations for public 
grounds, notification to aliens C2; additional appropriations for 
July 4th 6; extending courtesies to members Army of the James 
20; ward-room 7, 25, 32; pay of police 29, 48; extending High 
street 36; appropriation for visitors 39, 40; widening Matthews 
street 42; eight-hour system 42; wooden buildings, ward 12, 52; 
Broadway extension 86 
187©, qualified : c 1 

election contested : petition c 2-report 3 

appointed : committee nominate trustees public library c 3 ; Suf- 
folk-street district 4; claims 10; badges 11; changing standing to 
joint standing committees 20; paving 57; July 4th 113; site en- 
gine-house 13, 234; ninth U. S. census 270 

remarks: on engine 15 c 30, 271, 300; Suffolk-street district 36, 
227, 234, 235, 242, 243; East Boston ferry tolls 6S; auditor's esti- 
mates 74, So, 81, 82; salary bill 91; f>ecoration day 98; East 
Boston ferry toll-house 99; museum of fine arts 129; Burrill 
claim 13S, 153, 155; salaries of fire department and East Boston 
ferries 16S; 4th of July, shooting of children by police officer 
205; Middlesex street 231; water for fire purposes, E.B. 271; 
Chestnut-hill reservoir 2S0; Harrison-avenue extension 292, 293, 
298; Broad-street widening 346; army and navy monument 347, 
362; home for poor 360; Humphrey place, Kingston-street widen- 
ing 361 

Bishop street. 

1877, edgestones, gutters, macadamizing: ordered a 321-sched- 
ule, etc. 6S2 
grading : petition a 258 
lamps : petition a 389, 854 

sewers : petition a 196-order notice a 267, 277-to build a 301 
sidewalks : petition a 258 

Bismarck street, Roxbury. 

1871, name: petition for change a 232; changed to Rand street a 412 

Bismarck street, West Roxbury. 

187©, buildings: Boylston brewery a 273 c 283; P. Meehan, F.A.Peters 

a 303 c 303 
1879, stable : R. F. HofTenreifer a 363, 376 

Blacking. 

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Blackmar, Wilmon W., Councilman, Ward 11. 

187i, qualified : c i 

appointed on : committee joint rules and orders c 2; state aid 4; 
rules and orders C.C. 5; nominate city physician 5; claims, pub- 
lic library 10; appropriation for Cedar Grove cemetery 146; nom- 
inate assistant engineers 290 

remarks: on election ward 10C35; salaries of police 119; opening 
library on Sunday 136, 137, 14S, 394; site for high and Latin school- 
house 146; South Boston flats 262, 271; fire-relief measures 347, 
351; house of correction 411 ; sinall-pox hospital 414 
1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to notify aldermen of quorum c 1 ; state 
aid 4; nominate trustees public library 5; nominate trustees 
Mt. Hope cemetery 6; claims, library 17; nominate city so- 
licitor iS; bonds of city officers 243 

elected : committee on finance c 5 

remarks : small-pox hospital c6, 14, 15; refreshment expenditures 
48; salary bill 86, no; Wheelwright estate 99; widening Water 
street no, 155, 156, 165; school-house site, Marlborough street 
136; Burrill claim 137, 274; Bugbee claim 13S; widening around 
post-office 165; tool-house on common 194; Swett-street hospital 
claims 213, 214, 236, 237; verifying vote 225; Parker-hill reser- 
voir 235; visiting fire-engine manufacturers 236; precautions 
against fire 237; reorganization fire department 244, 392; firing 
cannon on common 357; water supply 436; revision city charter 
452; confirmation fire commissioners 477; sprinkling streets 496; 
improvement Washington park 497, 499, 500; vote of thanks to 
president 571 

Blackstone School-house. 

1879, improvement yard, report inexpedient c 322 a 325 



Blackstone square. 



1869, care : 
18 70, care 
1871, care 
1873, care 
1873, care 



contract authorized a 96 
contract authorized c 115 a 117 
contract authorized a 162 c 165, 171 
contract authorized c 150 a 153 

order to contract tabled c 175-recommitted c 1S3 a 187-passed 
k. 193 a 197 

1874, care : contract authorized a 226 c 228, 245 

1875, care : contract authorized a 206 c 211, 237 

1876, care : contract authorized a 250 c 255 

1877, accident: on 17th of Sept., order for a committee to investigate 
cause, of discussed and passed a 609, 610 c 620-report (C.D.S2) 
a 645, 646-assigned a 646-discussed and accepted a 662 to 667; pe- 
tition of Joseph F. Paul for hearing a 660-hearing a 660 to 662 
c 669; opinion of city solicitor relative to liability ot city c 743 
[aims : Mrs. K. Chamberlain c 676, 743 a 744; Ann Collins a 611 



P. K. Roden 



clai — 

c 620, 743 a 744; H. J. Lynch a 611 c 620, 743 a 744; 
a 25S c 270 * 435 c 44° a 593 c 603 a 646 c 651 

1878, plank-walk. : petition c 3 a 8 

1879, claims : E. W. Crowley a 692 c 700 

Blackstone street. 

1869, buildings : G. W. Gerrish a 202 

1870, buildings : E. P. Hine a 182 
cross-walks : petition a 5 

1873, paving : petitions a 277 

1874, paving : ordered a 342, 352 

1876, sign : J. F. Wilson a 535, 565 

1877, crossings : petition a 594 

1878, crossings : ordered a 324 

1879, claim : L. C. Lemon a 104, 20S c 212 

Blake street. 

1873, sewer : order to build a 267 

Blakemore, John E., Councilman, Ward 23. 

1879, qualified: c i 

appointed: committee on elections c 5; to nominate city regis- 
trar, on registrar's department 12; sale of " Protector " 172; 4th 
of July 251 

Blakemore, W. E. 

1877, gift of land for public park, communication referred c 742 a 744- 
acceptance and vote of thanks c S15 a 820 

Blanchard, William, Councilman, Ward 21. 

1876, qualified : c i 

appointed: committee to nominate committee on accounts c$; 
nominate superintendent of public buildings 10; on centennial 
celebration 16; overseers of poor 17; transfer of management of 
almshouses 1S8 

1877, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee assessors' department, to nominate super- 
intendent of public buildings, overseers of poor c6; dept. over- 
seers of poor 7; retrenchment of salaries 14; historical monu- 
ments 4S; 4th of July 274; visit of governors, etc., to Boston 513 

remarks : salaries c 163 

Blanchard place. 

1875, name : petition for change a 436 



Blanchard street. 

1875, grading, gutters, edgestones, sidewalks: petition a 436- 

ordered a 494 
named : a 447 
numbering : ordered a 447 

1876, sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 449 

widening: notice to quit a 302; payment land, etc., Freeman D. 
Osgood a 310— Thomas Shay a 410 — S. W. & H. W. Taber a 469 

Blasting. 

1868, chief of police authorized to issue permits a 22 

Bleiler, Frederick, Councilman, Ward 15. 

1873, qualified : c i 

appointed : committee on surveyor's department c 17 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate superintendent of streets c 6; 
surveyor's department 13 

Blockades. (See Street Railroads.) 
Blodgett, Warren K., Councilman, Ward 8. 

1876, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate superintendent of sewers 

c 10; on bathing, improved sewerage 16 
remarks: improved sewerage c 362, 373; Boston water board 

440 

1877, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee to nominate superintendent of sewers c6; 

committee on public baths 7; special committee on improved 

sewerage 26; committee on East Boston ferries 271; police boat 

623 
remarks : Stony-brook improvement c 331 ; improved sewerage 

S59-S6i»S66 

Blossom street. 

1869: sewer : petition a 64 ; order notice a 75-hearing a 79-to build a 89- 
schedule, etc. a 165, 169, 175 ; assessments changed, Newton-Capen 
a 206 — Curtis-Kingsbury a 255 
1870, buildings : S. Tenney a 199; J. C. Tucker a 156 
1873, nuisance : abated a 237; collection of assessment a 307 

1875, mortar : T. E. McKenna a 703, 734c 
stable : R. Stevens a 452, 495 

tree : removal a 752, 70S 

1876, omnibuses : N. W. Day, permit a 528 
stable : McDonnough & Carney a 206, 249 

1877, lamps : petition a 100, 854 



Blue 
1870, 



Hill avenue. 

petition that Brush-Hill avenue be so called a 263-named 



name 

a 275 



sidewalk : schedule, etc. a 330 

1871, grading : petition a 71-ordered a 248 
lamps : petitions c 237 a 240 
sewer : petition a 107; order notice a 109, 115-to build a 128-sched- 

ule, etc. a 345, 361 
sidewalk, edgestones 1 E. G. Randall, assessment abated 

a 18, 35 
railroad : Metropolitan a 184, 217, 235, 242, 252 

1873, grade 8 petition a 139 

grading : petition a 77; M. Drinan, petition damages a 197 
stables : Highland Railway Co. a 210, 219 ; E. O. Presby a 370 
stationary engine : Highland Railway Co. a 284, 310, 315 
widening : removal obstructions ordered a 432 

1873, buildings : Charles Cullis c 122 a 126, 162 c 164 

drainage : petition, restoration of right of a 178-referred a 1S9- 

refusecf a 270 
edgestones : petition a 228-ordered a 28S 
grading: petitions c 184 a 186; petitions damages, M. Drinan 

a 169 — M. A. Drinan a 23s, 249 
stables : D. S.Jordan a 350, 454; S. F. Marks & Son a 32, 45; E. 

O. Presby a 55; G. W. Wadsworth a 453, 470 
widening: payment land, etc. : Geo. Billings a 64 — Azel 

Bowditch a 58, 140 c 144 a 155 — M. N. Brittan a 6S, 73 — Anna 

Colman a 11S — Highland R.R. Co. a 139 — T. H.Parker a 64 — 

Sarah Parker a 64 — L. C. Perrin a 342 — A. E. Richardson, 

petition a 419 — J. N. Tileston a 314 

1874, filling and grading : ordered a 255, 263 
grade : petition for establishment a 549 
boisting-beam : Highland Railway Co. a 29 
lamps : petition a 622 

railroads: New York & New England a 15; Highland a ico, 

118, 165, 190, 223, 237, 266 
sewers : order notice a 452, 454-to build a 479 — order notice a 492- 

to build a 499-schedule, etc. a 751 
sidewalks : petition a 189 
widening: order to pay T. H. Parker et al. rescinded a 40J 

petition c 329 a 337 

1875, buildings : W. R. Cavanagh a 307, 334 
edgestones : petition a 393-ordered a 423 
grading : petition a 18S 

sewer: assessments abated, Lavinia Mcintosh, heirs of Hannah 
Tobeya49; order notice a 438, 446-to build a 467-schedule, etc. 
a 752, 763 

stables : J. M. Pike a 346, 356; W. H. Hutchinson a 574, 598 



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Blue-Hill avenue, continued. 

trees : removal a 451, 455 

watering : petitions a 261-ordered a 2S0, 292 
widening : payment land, etc., F. C. Creber a 705 
1870, crossings : petition a 15S, 603, 64S-ordered a 178,633, 661 
eclgestones : petition a 273-ordered a 311 
grafting : petition a 483 
improvement : petition a 100 
lamps : petition a 550-ordered a 727 
obstructions : removal ordered a 373 
railroad : Highland a 273, 294, 336, 355 
sewers : assessment abated, William Phipps, William Phipps, Jr. 

a 277, 481 ; assessments changed, Batchelder-Coleman a 101 — 

Highland R.R. Co.-Brittan a 490 
sidewalks ; petitions a 336, 4S3, C06, 535-ordered a 355, 511, 552 
watering : petition a 261-ordered a 409 

1877, buildings: W. R. Cavanagh a 258, 277,296, 321; Grove Hall 

Unitarian Society a 468 c 478, 568 a 579; Highland Railway Co. 

a 277 c 2S6 a 296 c 308, 3S7 a 363 
crossings : petition a 505, 594-ordered a 614 
edgestones: petitions a 317, 46S, 505-ordered a 555, 616-schedule, 

etc. 3767 
railroad: Highland a 581 
sewer : Dorchester brook, schedule, etc. a 34; to Warren st., 

petition that brook on Harris estate be taken a 100-remonstrance 

a 146-order notice taking land a 581-hearing a 5S5-taking ajS7 — 

order notice a 597, 6n-to build a 612-schedule, etc. a S39; to 

Schuyler St., petition a 551-refused a 5S1 
sidewalks : petitions a 317, 6S1, 763, 854-ordcred a 682 
stable : Highland Railway Co. a 317, 533, 597 
■watering : petition a 237-ordered a 279 
widening : Grove Hall Unitarian Society, payment land, etc. 

a 699 

1878, crossings : petition a 638 

edgestones-, sidewalks: petitions a 194,381, 425-ordered 230, 
379. 447 

grade : communication from street commissioners relative to re- 
ducing referred a 2S7 

Improvements : petition a 64S 

sidewalks : ordered a 289-petitions 425, 479, 513-ordered 447, 491, 
526 

trees : removal a 336, 488, 490 

watering : petition a 227-ordered a 325 

1879, claims : S. E. Woodman a 1S3 c 189 a 480 c 481 
crossing : petition a 653-ordered a 669, 743 
drainage : petition a 525 

edgestones : petition a 511-ordered a 540 

grade : petition a 14 

grading : petition a 204 

paving : petition a 281 

plank-walk : petition a 702 

railroad : Highland a 183, 188, 223, 256, 281, 305, 334 

relocation : payments for land, etc. : E. T. Gray a 669 — A. Parker 

a 643 — S. C. Perkins' heirs a 669 
sidewalk : petition a 492-ordered a 502-petition a 663 
stables : Highland Railway a 592, 600; F. S. Merritt heirs a 495; 

N. H. Whittemore a 597, 615 
watering : petitions a 347, 3S7~ordered a 379, 424 

Board alley. 

1870, widening: petition refused a 125 
1878, nuisance : abated a 237 

Board of Aldermen. {See Aldermen.) 

Boardman, Halsey J., Councilman, Ward 14. 

1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on bathing, city hospital c 17; nominate 
trustees city hospital 18; nominate fire-engineers S3; free con- 
certs 301 ; parks 479 

remarks : Burrill claim c 137; widening Water st. 157; 4th July 
226 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on mayor's address c 3 ; completion of 
post-office 5; ordinances, public library 15; investigation of award 
of printing contract 385; funeral N.B. Shurtleff 573; investigation 
frauds in Sudbury-river scheme 637 

elected: committee on finance c 5; park-commissioner c 106 
a 115; president/rc tern, c 363 

remarks: death of Charles Sumner c 128; appropriation bill 
174; allowance to G.A.R. posts 243; assistant superintendent 
Dover-st. bridge 290; water supply 329,333, 761; small-pox hos- 
pital 364; death of Hillman B. Barnes 504; thanks to president 
76S 

1875, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee public instruction c 

Concord centennial a 68 c 76; 4th July c 

Wilson c 678 
elected : president common council c 1 
remarks : inaugural address c 

response to vote of thanks 770 



10; Lexington and 
313; funeral Henry 



on appointing committees 10; 



{See Meridian-street Bridge.) 



Boats, Boat-houses. 

Boilers, Inspection. 

1879, Mutual Boiler Insurance Co., petition to be appointed inspectors 
a 433 



Boilers, Location of. 

1870, Province ct. : E. P. Marvin, order of notice a 18, 32-permit a 38 

1874, Paine Memorial Building : Theodore L. Savory permit a 643 
187©, Hayward pl.: Arioch Wentworth, petition a 32-refused a 45 
1S77, Court st. : Hall & Whipple, petition a 695-refused a 708 

Boilers, Moving. 

1875, E. Hodge & Co., petition a 596 

1876, E. Hodge & Co., petitions a 23, 261-permits a 33, 277 

1877, W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 5S3; E. Hodge & Co., petition a 317 

Bolton street. 

1868, laying out : order relating to a 50 

1869, acceptance : petition a 107 
1879, nuisance : abated am, 152, 194, 221 

sewer : petition a 199; order notice a 230, 237-to build a 257-sched- 

ule, etc. a 366 
stables : J. Proctor a 83, S7, 94, 101 ; H. Wait a 245 

1871, sewer: assessments changed, Ready-Fitzgerald, Jacobs-Deane, 

Carbrey's heirs a 35; collection postponed, Patrick Cain a 200 
stable : Harvey Wait a 49, 72 
1873, sewer : J. C. & W. A. Hayden, assessment refunded a 56 

1873, grade : established a 217 

grading : ordered a 217; Richard Miller, petition damages a 467- 

refused a 4^94 
sewer : petition a 238 ; order notice a 252, 259-to build a 272-schedule, 

etc. a 382,409; abatement assessments, Patrick Flynn, petition 

a 4So-abated a 516, 533— Richard Justice, petition a;;i3-abated a 535, 

545 — Wm. Quigley, abated a 516, 533 
stables : James Nash a 26S, 292; W. B. 

1874, edgestones, sidewalks : ordered 

collection a 740 
grade : established a 225 
grading, paving : petition a 505, 594 
paving : petition a 3S7~ordered a 414, 427 
sewer : assessments abated, Mary Barry a 416 — Bridget McCawley 

463. 47 J 

stable : Byam Brothers a 434, 447, 492 

edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 455; abatement assessments, 
M. Barry, petition a 410, 527-abated a 5S1 — heirs P. J. Flynn, peti- 
tion a 346-abated a 357 — Bridget McCawley, petition a 92-abated 
a 192 — Wm. Moran abated a 21 — heirs Wm. Quigley abated a 375 

lamps : a 451, 717, 754. 

paving : ordered a 455 

stable : Michael Slyne a 261, 297 

buildings : John Cavanagh a 421, 449 

edgestones, sidewalks: ordered a 393; schedules, etc. a 25, 
686 

macadamizing s ordered a 393 

paving : petitions a 76, 476-refused a 393 

stable : Michael Glynne a 5S6, 747 

stable : James Galvin a 5S5, 597 

stable : Michael Slyne a 109, 7S0 

edgestones : ordered a 5S0 

grading, improvements : petition a 534- grading ordered 
asSo 

gutters, macadamizing : ordered a 580 



Pike a 206, 249 

a 414, 427-schedule 



and 



1875, 



1876, 



1877, 
1878, 
18T9, 



laying out : ordered a 17 c 
stables : M. Corcoran a 495, 



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M. Slyne a 679, 705 



Bond, Sewall B., Councilman, Ward 8. 

1869, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on streets 10; 4th July 78; Humboldt 
festival 209 

1870, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on fuel, streets c 10; free markets 11 
remarks: Broadway extension c 113; free markets 161; Allen- 
st. extension 271 ; Kingston-st. widening 360 

Bond street. 

1869, building: N. L. Strong a 94 
1879, building: C. Bartlett a 245 

1878, lamps : petition a 696 

Bonds. 

1869, registered bonds, petition, substitution for coupon bonds a ioi c 104- 

, order passed to substitute registered certificates a 133 c 135 
1874, payment lost coupons, A. S. Wheeler, trustee c 44 a 47; replace- 
ment stolen bond, M. R. Gibbons, petition c 632 a 641-ordered 
a 666 c 667 
Charlestown bonds, order to consider expediency of converting into 
lower denominations a 435 c 439-report inexpedient a 478 c 511 

1876, payment lost coupons, Bank of France c 9S, 104 a 1 15 — Marlborough 

Savings-Bank a 133, 159 c 164, 1S8 
payment interest, R. B. Williams, petition c 549 a 550-refused 
a 562 C5S1 

1877, cancellation, order to petition for act discussed, referred c 26, 2S-re- 

port inexpedient, tabled c 124-discussed, substitute rejected c 143, 

MS 
replacement stolen bonds, R. S. Wilde, petition c 160 a 171 ordered 
a 198 c 206 

1879, payment lost coupon, A. A. Ranlett, petition a 692 c 700-ordered 

a742C7 4 S 
purchase, communication N. E. Mutual Ins. Co. a 90 c 92-report 
a 596 c 60S 



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Bonds of City Officers. (See Officers, City.) 
Bones. (See Grease and Bones.) 
Bonfires. 

1875, petition leave to 'build: 

East Boston a 345 

1876, petitions, leave to build: 

Back Bay: B. Noyes, petition to try new fire-extinguisher a 133 
City Square, C. : John E. Avery'rf al., petition a 5SS-refused 
a S SS 

Bonner, Dennis, Councilman, Ward 2. 

1870, qualified: c 1 

appointed : committee on elections c 2; nominate superintendent 
health 3; engineer's department, streets 10 

1871, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on elections C2| engineer's department 10; 

nominate trustees public library, city physician 4; Jul}' 4th 141 
remarks i extending Commerce st. c 171; Broadway bridge 212; 

Fort Hill 23S; water supply 303 

Book of Possessions. ("See Record Commissioners.) 
Book-stand. 

1871, license granted a 17S 

Books and Newspapers for City Council. 

18 70, order to purchase referred a 575-report a 65i c 671 
Boot-blacks. 

I8O8, licenses granted, etc. : a 5, 17, 18, 30, 38 

I860, licenses granted, etc. : a 18, 30, 35, 5S, 66, 86, 95, 102, 109, 123, 136, 
138, 146, 148, 155, 164, 168, 180, 214, 220, 224, 238, 242, 254, 263, 269 

1870, licenses granted, etc. : a iS, 22, 27, 33, 38, 54, 59, 86, 95, 101, 109, 

11S, 125, 143, 150, 158, 165, 1S6, 219, 224, 247, 265, 2 95> 303. 308. 309. 

3'S 

1871, licenses granted, etc. : a 20, 28, 39, 59, 66, 72, 80, 89, 100, 10S, 

118, 136, 151, 197, 215, 241, 253, 299, 328, 353, 364 

1872, licenses granted, etc. : a 39, 51, 55, S7, ioS, 114, 142/163, 19S, 204, 



a 77, 102, 151, 198, 219, 240, 270, 341, 372, 
a 193, 208, 223, 238, 253, 269, 341,376,416, 
a 193, 208, 223, 250, 261, 295, 30S, 333, 356, 
a 65, 17S, 194, 277, 299, 338, 393, 449, 50S, 
a 33- 56, 101, 198, 214, 241, 278, 296, 323, 
a 85, 95, 169, 228, 251, 274, 2SS, 323, 362, 
120, 142, 210, 282, 310, 334, 370, 377, 424, 



257, 281 

1873, licenses granted, etc. : 

4'9- 454. 54* 

1874, licenses granted, etc. : 

45 I .5 I 4. 5 2 3. 554. 62 3 

1875, licenses granted, etc. : 

517. 548 
1878, licenses granted, etc. : 
528 

1877, licenses granted, etc. : 

364.4S 1 . 03 2 . 658 

1878, licenses granted, etc. : 

386, 398, 448, 525. 547- 574 
1870, licenses granted, etc. : 

459- 54P- 553. 574. 5So 
Border street. 

1868, buildings : Kennedy & Calder a 65; Manson & Peterson a 54, 82 
I860, buildings : J. F. & D. J. Haines & Co. a 173; Samuel Small, 154 

1870, buildings : Atlantic Works a 263; W. W. & J. F. Bennett a 199; 

G. M. Bird a 206; S. G. Chase a 320; Frame & Jordan a 229; Ken- 
ney, Calder, & Co. a 6, 199; Purcell & Fowle a 75 
stationary engine : Kenney, Calder & Co. a 201, 212, 219 

1871, sidewalks : petition a 261 

stables : Wm. Gilchrist a 213, 222; E. R. Webster a 349 

1872, nuisance : abated a 388 

stable : McQuesten & Fogg a 183, 198 

stationary engine : Boston Dyewood and Chemical Co. a 12, 

39. 4 6 

1873, buildings: Dyer & Gurney a 178 c 182, 194, a 197; R. J. Elder 

a 310 c 329 a 353 c 356; McQuesten & Fogg a 316 c 329 a 353 c 356; 

L. Pickering c 362 a 371, 410 c 416 
claim : F. S. Way a 418 c 424 
stables: Allen & Guthrie a 51, 77; S. Hall & Co. a 132, 140; C. A. 

Milant a 302; R.J. Elder a 306; Dyer & Gurney a 418, 430; S. G. 

Chase a 531 

1874, buildings : C. H. & L S. Richardson c 228 a 237 c 249 a 252 
hoisting beam. : Proud Brothers a 29 

stationary engine : Samuel N. Weston a 62S, 677, 708 

1875, building : J. W. McDermott, Jr. a 122, 151 
paving : petition a 292, 494, 664 

stable : T- McDermott a 122, 224 

1876, boiler : "E. Hodge & Co. a 261, 277 

buildings : M. Ellis & Co. a 243, 249; Randall J. Elder a 562, 572 

c 5S1 a 5S7 c 597 
lamps : petition a 248-ordered a 726 
paving : petition a 248-ordered a 323 
stables: R. J. Elder a 562, 587 ; W. J. Humphrey a 628, 662 

1877, buildings : *M. Ellis a 277, 321 ; East Boston Dock Co. a 695 c 742 

a 744; Metropolitan R.R. a 795 
claim : Thomas Bond a 52 c 5S 
stables : J. R. Kenniston a 763, 7S4; Metropolitan R.R. 3795,855 

1878, paving : petition a 287 
stable : Samuel Hall a 582, 593 
trees : removal a 183 

187©, buildings : J. T. Foley, a 601 ; L. Pickering a 415 c 42S; W. L. 
Stewart a 325 c 337 ; W. L. Sturtevant a 281 c 284 a 352 c 353 
paving : ordered a 335 
stable : W. L. Sturtevant a 622, 642 



Boston, City of. 

1868, betterments assessed, widening Bowker st. a 24; map, order passed 

to furnish members of city council with c 29 a 29 
1866, Shurtleff's history, order relative to publishing c 142, 152 a 154 
map, order to furnish members of city council with c 153 a 154 

1870, evacuation of, order to report on observance rejected c 31 
land, taken for widening Paul st. a 366 

map, petition a 263 c 270 

settlement, order to ring bells, etc., on anniversary a 225 c 227 

1871, Shurtleff's history, request copy be furnished each high and grammar 

school a 68 c 70 

1872, history, contract authorized with S. G. Drake a 754, 162 c 167 

1873, statistics of, compiled from 9th U.S. census (C.D.54) a 173 c 175 

1874, history of, communication from Samuel G. Drake relinquishing 

contract a 690 c 700 
picture of, petition Porter & Coates, aid in publishing a 567 c 575- 

refused a 615 c 616 
1876, evacuation of, celebration of anniversary, committee appointed 

a 14 c 16; order to select orator a 24 c 28; appropriation a 35 c 37, 

50; order to close departments a 163 c 164; vote of thanks to G. 

E. Ellis, orator a 1S0 c 185 
historical sketch, request from Congress for a 366 c 373 

1870, bird's-eye view, communication J. C. Hazen relative to c 213 

Boston & Albany Railroad Co. 

1868, street improvements : grading Chandler st., petition a 43; 

retaining-wall Indiana place, no action necessary a 83 
I860, bridges : petition for examination a 2S1 

bridges, crossings, etc. : committee appointed to negotiate 

relative to a 13 
extension : to South Boston, order relative to a 102 c 106 
ferry : petition for purchase c 15 

locations : notice proposed taking land a 167 ; notice on petition 
assessment damages, taking land Luther Parks, Utica st. a 182- 
hearing a 189, 195-damages awarded a 215; notice taking land cor- 
ner Harrison ave. and Indiana pi. a 1S9; J. M. Pinkerton petition 
assessment damages a 273-hearing a 2S5, 293-damages assessed 
a 295 ' 

street Improvements : revised grade of certain adjacent streets 
established a 43; ordered to quit Broadway extension a uo-pay- 
ment land, etc. a 191 
1876, gravel : payment for a 342 

locations: South and Lehigh sts., petition to change a 253; 

Washington St., notice of extension a 207; petition to prescribe 

limits for taking land outside of a 206 

street improvements : committee appointed to take charge of 

unfinished business relating to a 15-report a 101 

Broadway extension: settlement damages, order passed a 331- 

rejected c 347-reconsidered, passed c 363 
Columbus-ave. extension : communication relative to a 340 
Fayette st. : petition damages by discontinuance a 100 
Shawmut-ave. extension : land taken a 218 
Suffolk-st. district : removal buildings a 257 
Washington st. : mayor authorized to execute agreement for 
raising grade between Pine st. and Lovering pi. a 101 c 104, 
113; payment damages to heirs Thomas Brown a33i; payment 
damages estate Edward Bugbee a 344 
unclaimed baggage : notice of sale a 6 

1871, building : payment tor raising, on Washington at. a 150 
bridge : mayor authorized to execute agreement relative to 

Albany-st. bridge a 28 c 30 
damages : discontinuance Fayette st., no action necessary on 

petition a 28 
grain elevator : petition leave to enlarge a 297-granted a 332 

C336 
locations : in East Boston abandoned a 57; across Beacon st. 

and Brookline ave., notice of a 135; authorized to change tracks 

South st. a 144 
trees : authorized to remove on Brookline ave. a 245 

1872, buildings : freight-houses, Marginal St., petitions c 97 a 101 c 82 

a 85 c 199 a 200-permits a 94 c 96, 105 a 107 c 20S a 212; engine- 
house, Marginal St., petition c 120 a 123-permit a 133 c 135; grain 
elevator, East Boston, petition a 375 c 379-permit a 407 c 413 
bridges : over tracks on Huntington ave., order passed to build 

a 52 c 53-agreement authorized c 76 a 77 
grade damages : Washington St., release of damages a 71 c 74 
railroad police: appointed a 45, 177 
sewer: authorized to construct across Lehigh st. a 115 
stationary engine : Lehigh st., order of notice a 357, 375 

1873, depots : petition for definition of limits in which to take land for 

a 41S, 480-order of notice a 493-hearing, limits prescribed a 531 
grade of Albany st. : petition revision a 367 
grade damages : order passed in 1872 rescinded a 70, 77 
land under Brondway bridge : petition for lease a 149 c 154 
obstructions, W. Chester parte : removal ordered a 293 
occupation S. Boston fiats : report (C.D.71) a 220-in denture 

authorized a 223 c 234, 243 
stable : Clyde st., petition a 169-permit a 180 
unclaimed baggage : sale of a 9 

1874, dangerous crossings: list of a 15; ordered to erect gates on 

Marginal and Sumner sts, a 343 
hoisting-beams : Lehigh st. and Broadway extension, permits 

granteda 29 
locations : order passed to petition for change in East Boston 

a 73 c 78; on Albany, Utica, and Kneeland sts., accepted a 739 



unclaimed baggage : petition leave to sell a 36, 740-report 
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1875, bridges : over tracks, West Chester park, order to procure plans 

c 287 a 293-petitions for a 574 c 590-report a 634 c 625-order passed 
to build a 637 c 648, 678 
building: Grand Junction wharf, petition a 239 c 251-permit 
a 264 c 271 

fprn.de : on Back Bay, order to petition for change referred a 68 
null : taken for laying out Lincoln St., B., payment a 223, 240, 734S 
locations : Albany st. : petition W. A. White and Union Insti- 
tution for Savings, assessment for land taken a 547 
East Boston : order relative to changing tracks c 653 a 658- 
report, order requesting relocation passed a 723 
streets : petition leave to close Kneeland st. June 17 a 307-granted 

a 323 
street obstructions » chief of police directed to prosecute for 

violation sect. 129, c. 372, acts of 1S74 a 296 
street railroads : petition in aid of Middlesex Railroad location 
a 201 

1876, bridges : Albany St., agreement relative to rebuilding a 46S c 472; 

Huntington ave., petition repairs, etc. a 322 
building : Buffalo St., petition a 523 c 530-permit a 537 c 539 
steam pipe : Lehigh St., petition a 586-granted a 605 
streets : Huntington ave. and West Newton St., petition improve- 
ment a 347 
street railroad t petition in aid Middlesex Railway location in 

Summer St., etc. a 113 
unclaimed baggage : petition for sale referred a 32-report, sale 
approved a 46 

1877, buildings : Grand Junction wharf, petition a 237 c 253-permit 

a 266 c 270; Third St., B., petition a 223 c 228-permit a 266 c 270 
Eastern avenue : order relative to building of a 709 
free ferries : petition in aid of a 237 
street : along land of, discontinued a 363 
street railroad : petition in aid of South Boston Railway location 

a 88 
temporary tracks : Commonwealth ave. and West Chester 

park, permit a 172 

1878, building ; Grand Junction wharf petition a 357 c 368-permit 

a 428 c 432 

Dartmoutb-st. bridge : agreement authorized for construction 
of piers a 492 c 510-order passed to pay a 517-rescinded and new 
order passed a 548 

Kneeland st. : petition removal obstruction caused by trains 
a 621-order forbidding obstruction by trains a 6S2-tabled a696-dis- 
cussed a725~passed a 726-communication from police commission- 
ers relative to a 758 

land : for sewer Cambridge St., B., order of notice a 305, 336- 
taking 351 ; Chester St., B., order of notice a 325, 336-taking 351 ; 
Boylston St., etc., order of notice a 344, 3Si-taking a 386 c 3S9 

pipe : under Cambridge St., B., petition a 604-granted 641 

street cars s remonstrance against change in running depot cars 

a S83. 5 8 S 

unclaimed baggage : petition leave to sell a 425 
187©, buildings 1 Buffalo street, petition a 552 c 562-permit a 601 c 605; 
Devon and Jersey sts. petition c 620-permit c 640 a 641 

crossings : Webster street, resolve relative to gate c 361-referred 
3364; Webster, Marginal, Orleans, Sumner, Maverick, Saratoga 
sts., petition for gates a 378 c 380; order of notice to place gates 
and flagman at Webster st. a 379; order of notice to place gates 
and flagmen at Marginal, Orleans, Sumner, Maverick, Benning- 
ton, and Saratoga sts. a 393; committee on paving directed to 
secure erection ot gates a 494 

edgestones and sidewalks: Kneeland St., petition leave to 
remove a 534-granted a 580 

sewer : on land near Chester St., order notice a 493, 495-to build 
a 502 

stations s petition approval of relocation a 668 c 675-resolve ap- 
proving c 725 

Boston & Lowell Railroad Co. 

1868, streets: petition discontinuance of, near station, Causeway st. 

referred to next City Government a 43 
1870, location : in Andover, Nashua, Causeway, and Minot sts. filed 

a 84 

1873, depot : city engineer ordered to examine arches c 70 a 77 c8s-report 

c 155 a 161 

1874, location: petitions J. A. Buttrick et als., trustees, and H. D. 

Eockwood et als., executors, for award of damages a 3S9 

1875, bridges: petition closing Prison Point a 307-closed a 323; pro- 
posal for filling flats under Chelsea bridge a 92 

crossing : Main St., gates ordered a 647 

1876, claim : construction Chelsea bridge, order relative to releases 

a 328, 329, 339 c 342 

1877, claim : construction Chelsea bridge, order of 1876 rescinded and 
new order passed a 364-referred c 381-report, order in new draft 
c 479-passed c 497 a 506 

tracks : additional, over Chelsea bridge, petition and permit a 717 

1879, building : Mystic Wharf, C, petition a 668 c 675-permit a 724 
C731 

gates : Main St., C, petition a 223-granted a 256 
location : Chelsea bridge, etc., petition a 622-order of notice a 661, 
679-granted a 757 

Boston, Lowell, & Nashua R.R. Co. 

1877, building: petition, Mystic Wharf, C. 
C846 



c S33 a 840; permit a 843 

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Boston & Lowell and Lowell & Nashua Railroad. 

1878, dredging : petition that channel of Mystic river be dredged a 446 
Street-cars : protest against change in running a 585 

Boston & Maine Railroad Co. 

1869, street improvements : petition a 101 

1875, bridge : petition closing Prison Point a 307-closed a 323 

street railroads : petition in aid Middlesex Railway a 201 

1877, strike : employes appointed railroad police a 72 

1878, Causeway st. : petition against obstruction by trains a 697 
street-cars : protest against change in running depot cars a 585 

Boston & North-western Railroad Co. 

1875, location : petition approval a 23Q-order notice a 264-hearing a 318- 
report, certificate approved a 375 

Boston & Providence Railroad Co. 

1868, bridge : Berkeley st., petition laying out a 56 

land : taken for Stony-brook sewer, petition payment a 57-granted 
a 67 

1869, crossings ; Heath st., communication a 203; Pynchon St., petition 

Boston Car Spring Co., right of way a 22-refused a 130 
street improvements : betterments assumed, extension Co- 
lumbus ave. a 193 

1879, bridges : Central St., agreement for rebuilding a 315; Hog bridge 

agreement for rebuilding a 315 C318, 324 
stock : treasurer Smith fund authorized to subscribe for additional 

share a 9 
street improvements : assessed betterments widening Eliot st. 

a 344. 349 

1871, extension Columbus avenue : conference authorized relative 

to purchasing property a 60 c 61-report, order passed to purchase 
a 144, 150-assigned c 171, 182-discussed, passed c 203; order author- 
izing contract passed (C.D.7S) a 272-tabled c 275-amended, passed 
c 2S6 a 288 

1872, bridge : over tracks, W. Newton st., order to build a 52 c 53 
building : Heath st., petition c 120 a 123-permit a 143 c 146 
grade : Columbus ave. and Providence St., petition a 20 
locations: Boston to Readville, communication relative to a 45 ; 

petition leave to lay track across Yarmouth st. a 375-remonstrance 
a 375-refused a 431 

1873, extension Columbus avenue: petition payment second in- 

stalment a 178 c 182-order to payc 185-discussed, tabled c 192, 193- 
discussed, rejected c 204, 205-proposition withdrawn a 20S C212- 
surrender of land, payment therefor a 258 c 264 

obstructions : removal ordered, W. Chester park a 293 

retaining-wall : Berkeley St., petition a 125 

sewer : assessment abated a 74 

streets : portion of Church st. released to a 25S c 264, 274 

1874, dangerous crossings : list of a 15 ; petition protection at New 

Heath st. a 100 
■watering : petition for in Park square a 189 
wllistling : petition abatement of nuisance caused by referred 

a 204-report, order passed to complain of 8317 

1875, bridges : Ashland St., petition rebuilding a 261 ; W. Chester park, 

order to procure plans c 2S7 a 293-petition a 574-c 590-report a 624 

c625~building ordered a 637 c 648, 678 
crossings : Rogers ave., order relative to gate a 424; South st., 

petition change in grade a 261-permit to change grade and rebuild 

culvert a 375 
edgestones, paving: Columbus ave. petition a 145 
widening Tremont st. : payment land, etc. 3517 

1876, building: Green st., W.R., petition a 511 c 515-permit a 537 

c 539 

depot : South St., W.R., land taken for, petition, order notice a 158- 
hearing a igi-report, no action necessary a 245 

retaining-wall : W. Canton st., petition a 261 

sewers: Call st., W.R., land taken for a 246; Lamartine st., tak- 
ing land, order notice a 662, 701-taking a 729 
1878, bridge : Dartmouth St., agreement authorized for construction ot 
piers a 492 c 510-order passed to pay a 517-rescinded, new order 
passed a 548 

sewer : Camden St., taking land, order notice a 344, 3Si-taking 
a 3S6 c 389 

Boston Belting Company. 

1878, rights in Stony brook, order passed to petition for legislation a 656- 

discussed, passed c 664-motion to reconsider c 674-discussed, re- 
jected c 686, 6S9 

1879, notice of claim for diversion waters of Stony brook a 495-order to 

submit claim to arbitration discussed, passed C620, 621 a 622 



(See " Common.") 



Boston Common. 
Boston Directory. 

1869, order to furnish members of common council witli copies rejected 
c 172 

1872, departments to be furnished with a 143 c 146, 158 

1879, order authorizing city registrar to purchase old numbers to com- 
plete set c 736-passed c 737 a 739 

Boston Elevated Railroad Co. 



1878, copy of petition for charter filed a 585-city solicitor directed to oppose 
a 601, 604 c 612 



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BOSTON, WINTHROP, & POINT SHIRLEY" R.R. 







Boston Gas-light Co. 

1875, petition C. Herlihy et el., abatement nuisance caused by a 446 c 459- 

report, ordered to discontinue burning coal-tar a 752 c 7676 

Boston, Hartford, & Erie Railroad Co. 

1869, street railroads : petition for a 325 

1876, street improvements : petition apportionment Federal st. bet- 

terments a 83-apportioned a 97 

1871, street improvements : assessment abated, widening- Federal 

st. a 340 

1872, burnt district : order passed to aid petition for leave to extend 

tracks into a 357 c 359-rescinded a 364 c 365 
hack-stand : petition for removal a 264 
railroad, police : appointed a 131 
temporary depot ; foot of Summer St., petition a 341 c 345 

1873, crossings : Stoughton St., ordered to remove obstructions a 495 

1874, street improvements : order for agreement in relation to widen- 

ing Cottage st., D. a 666, 677 

1875, bridge : Dorchester ave., petition leave to rebuild and widen a 355; 

permit to build abutment a 356; petition to close Dorchester ave. 
a 430 

Boston, Hartford, & Erie Railroad, Assignees in bank- 
ruptcy of. 

1870, claim: interest on loan, petition c 455 a 459-report, opinion city 

solicitor, payment ordered c 734 a 739 
street improvement : payment land, etc., widening Broad st., 
a 472 

Boston Highlands. 

1869, buildings: message from mayor relative to erection c 54 a 58; 

order passed to petition authority to regulate erection of c 54 a 58 ; 
order passed to prepare ordinance regulating erection of a 90, c 92 
streets : petition relative to laying out a 9; order passed to petition 
authority to layout age 10; G. W. Decatur, permit to sprinkle 
a 124; order relative to Owen Nawn, sprinkling a 124 

Boston Machine Co. 

1871, petition to lay track across First st. a 278-granted a 292, 29S-location 

accepted a 319 

Boston Pier. {See Long Wharf.) 
Boston place. 

1870, grading : Wm. Horton, refused damages a 322 

1872, stable : Frank Green a 218, 234 

1876, stable : Goodwin & Hobbs a 191, 211 

Boston Police Relief Association. (See Police.) 
Boston, Revere Beach, & Lynn Railroad. 

1874, location : petition for and order of notice a 115, 165-hearing a 220- 

granted a 269 

1875, buildings i wharf, E. Boston, petition a 452 c 459-permit c 487 

a 494 

location : petitions assessment damages by: W. R. Clark a 633 — 
Cornelius Cronin a 493— J. C. Crowley si 451 — Jeremiah Crowley 
a 292 — John Doherty, jr., William and Mary Linnehan a 493 — J. C. 
McDevitt et als. a 446 — O. McEnery, Patrick McFeely a 493 — 
Francis McGrath a 346 — U. McLaughlin, Dennis Nolan a 493 — 
Dennis Nolan a 292 — IssibellaNolsm a 493— Rowe's Wharf Corpo- 
ration a 574; order notice a 455-hearing a 493-assessments a 493, 
597,722; bond referred 3294 c 290-bond ordered a 333-bond ap- 
proved a 346; order relative to relocating tracks in E. Boston c 653 
a 6jS-report, order passed a 725 

sewer : Everett st., petjtion alteration a 345 

street improvements : petition leave to close Everett st. a 332; 
complaint against for obstructing Everett st. a 493; petition edge- 
stone Atlantic ave. a 430 

street railroads ; petition for location to foot of High st. a 292 
J.876, building : Butler ave. petition a 511 c 515-permit a 537 c 539 

location : communication relative to relocation in E. Boston a 43, 
138; phin tabled a 194; petition location, order notice a 273-hearing 
a 310; petition for damages and assessments : City of Boston a 206, 
576-Cornelius Cronin a 552 — J. C. Crowley a 310 — John Doherty, Jr. 
a 747 — John Jeffries, Jr. a 44, 229 — Wm. Linnehan et als, a 552, 686 — 
J. C. McDevitt et als. a 6S6 — Owen McEnery a 747 — Patrick Mc- 
Feely, Unity McLaughlin a 552 — Dennis Nolan a 310, 747 — 
Issibella Nolan a 747 — Rowe's wharf corporation a 206, 576 — 
J. T. Sanford a 701'; petition lesive to run through Marginal st. 
a 191 

sewer : assessment abated a 529 

street improvements : Everett St., permit to raise grade a 100- 
discussed, tabled a 114, 115, 1S0, iSi-amended, passed a 217; pe- 
tition leave to close while rebuilding bridge a 24S-granted a 260; 
bond for change of grade referred a 249-approved a 260; petition 
(extension time a 294-granted a 31 1 

1877, location: Wm. Evans, petition assessment damages a 277 
sidewalk : Fort Hill square, petition a 296 

1878, lqcation : W m - Evans, damages assessed a 128 

Boston street. 

1870, building : James H. Upham a 17 

land : A. P. Wheelock a 132 c 138 a 172 c 178 

1871, nuisance : abated a 1S9 
stable : F. Rose a 34S 



Boston street, continued. 

1872, claim : M. A. Andrews c 105 a 107 
grade : petition a 152 

stable : Stephen Clsipp a 218, 223 

widening: order relative to referred a 177 c 179 

1873, grade : established a 217 
named : a 409 

stable : N. Tucker a 310, 317 

1874, edgestones : ordered a 361, 370, 473-schedule, etc. a 665, 677 
grading : payment damages, S. B. Pierce a 450, 456 
nuisance : order passed to abate C5i2-referred a5i3-passed a 527 
paving : ordered a 473 

stables : B. C. Sumner a 251, 269; P. McGovern a 483, 555 

1875, buildings : W. R. Cavanagh a 373, 395 
grading, gravelling: ordered a 447 

railroads : temporary tracks permitted 3454; Metropolitan a 584 
sewer : order notice a 297, 307-to build 422-schedule, etc. 734S, 753 
stable : J. J. Msiy a 452, 467 
watering : ordered a 395 

widening and relocating : Joseph Frye, payment for land, 
etc. a 44S 

1876, buildings : J. S. Blair a 366, 372 
edgestones : petition a 64S-ordered a 661 
grade : established a 13S; petition for hearing a 385 
grading : ordered a 295 ; settlement damages : H. M. Bartlett a 587 

— James Bragdon, petition a 447-payment a 605 — C. H. Carr, peti- 
tion a 336-payment a 552-rescinded a 587 — L. Carr, payment a 5S7 — 
J. D. Dodge, petition a 476-payment a 452 — Joseph Dorr, petition 
a 661 — A. R. Frye, petition a 321-payment a 563 — B. H. Geer, peti- 
tion a 366-payment a 552 — J. G. Lovell, payment a 587 

sewer: assessments abated: T. W. Tuttle a 101 — Edward Bird 
a 550, 563; assessment changed, Pierce-City of Boston a 490 

sidewalks : petition a 5S6-ordered a 605 

watering : petitions a 243 c 320-ordered a 367 c 373 ; payment 3633 

widening and relocating : Joseph Frye, payment land, etc. 
a 729 

1877, grade: hearing refused a 580 

grading : Joseph Dorr, payment damages a 5S0 
improvements : petitions a 130, 432 
watering : petition a 296-ordered a 321 

1878, edgestones, sidewalks : petition a 546-ordered 566 
stables : S. E. McKcchnie a 2S7, 305 
watering : petition a 287-ordered 363 
widening : S. E. McKechnie, payment for estate a 516 

1879, buildings : W. R. Cavanagh a 1S3, 1S4, 492, 502 
crossings : petitions a 2S1, 672-ordered a 371, 699 
watering : petition a 325-ordered a 352 

Boston Typographical Union, No. 13. 

1875, petition, use of council chamber for sessions of the International 
Typographical Convention c 259 a 262-report, and discussion, 
order granting request rejected c 276-reconsideration, discussion, 
order amended and passed c 282 a 294; vote of thanks from 3452 
C459 

Boston Water Board. (See Water.) 
Boston Water Power Company. 

1868, exchange of land, Northampton St., petition a 8-refused a 61 c 63 

1869, conveyance of streets and sewers, order passed authorizing contract 

a 227-referred c 220-report substitute order passed c 252 a 254-con- 
tract authorized a 255 

1870, sewer assessments in certain streets to be paid to a 8S; ordered to 

remove obstructions Besicon st. a 187 

1873, obstructions W. Chester park, removal ordered a 293 

1874, constructing Back Bay streets, petition payment instalment of con- 

tract a 1S9 c 197-report and order (C.D.90) a 690-discussed, recom- 
mitted a 695-699 c 700-majority and minority reports a 710-dis- 
cussed, tabled a 712 

1875, acceptance of and payment for Back Bay streets, petition 3307 C311- 

report (C.D.90) a 396-discussed. recommitted a 415-41N C425-report 
(CD. 100) discussed, assigned a 480-482-discussed, referred to 
finance committee a 496, 49S c 501 report, loan authorized a 516 

1876, land for Back Bay park, communication relative to bonding a 536 

c54° 
Boston Wharf. 
1873, building : C. P. Clark a 316 c 329 a 352 c 356 

Boston Wharf Company. 

1873, occupation South Boston flats, form of indenture recommended 
(C.D.71) a 220-indenture passed a 233 c 234, 243 

1878, suits for filling A st., order passed to execute agreement for settle- 
ment (CD. 105) a 722-assigned c 744-passed c 775 

Boston, Winthrop, & Point Shirley Railroad Co. 

1876, location : on city's land, petition selectmen of Winthrop in aid of 

a 158 c 164-report, order authorizing conveyance of land discussed 
and passed c 462, 463-discussed and tabled a 464, 46s-discussed, 
amended, passed a 471 c 472, 473 
route : petition for approval of a 310-decree of agreement a 323 

1877, location : Blake & Turner, trustees, petition damages a 468-order 

of notice a 491-damages estimated a 533; Boston Land Company, 
petition, damages a 317-order of notice a 379-damages estimated 
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BOUNDARY LINES 



BOWKER STREET 



Boundary Lines. 

1868, change : between Boston and Brookline, order to petition a 51- 
referred c 52-report c 57-committee appointed to confer with 
Brookline authorities c 56 a 56-report (CD. 142) a 76 c 77 

1870, definition : between Boston and Milton, consultation ordered a 240 

1871, change : 

Brookline : notice of petition a 307 

West Roxbury : order passed to petition for change a 362, 363 
c 366 
perambulation : city surveyor directed to prepare plans, etc. 
a 66, 217 ; notice to be given a 217 

1873, change : between Brookline and Boston, notice of petition a 44 
1876, perambulation : city surveyor directed to prepare plans, etc. 

a 163 ; order passed to perambulate, etc. a 359 
straightening : between Boston and Somerville, order passed to 
petition for act a 450-discussed, referred c 457-discussed, rejected 
a 465 

Bourne street. 

1878, lamps : petition a 591-ordered a 752 

Bow street. 

1874, widening : petition a 256 c 243-refused a 320 c 324 

1875, claim i T. Murphy a 656 c 66S a 753 c 7676 
grading, paving : ordered a 434 

sewer : order notice a 623, 633-to build 638-schedule, etc. 752, 763 
widening: payment for land, etc. — M. A. Condon a 438— J. F. B. 
Marshall a 54S 

187©, sewers : Elizabeth Nagle, assessment abated a 277 

187©, stable : Eastern R.R. Co. a 387, 403 

Bowditch place. 

1875, lamps : petition a 164-granted 754 

1876, lamps : ordered a 727 

Bowditch School-house. 

1873, building surrendered to city c 226 a 230; order passed to fit up 

branch of English high and evening schools a 455 c 460, 479 
1875, claim M. J. Curly, for injuries caused by fall oi ventilator c 



a 262, c 427 a 431 
c 427 a 431 



for 



259 



request for lecture-room c 343 a 349-granted 



Bowdoin avenue.- 

1873, stables : George O. Merriam a 149, 162; Willcutt & Grant a 206, 
240 

Bowdoin School-house. 

1868, report inexpedient to alter a 30 

1871, request for alterations a 395 c 405 

Bowdoin square. 

1868, buildings : Job A. Turner a 71 

1869, fruit-stands : petition a 312 

1870, buildings : Seward & Morgan a 171 

1872, railroad : Metropolitan a 122, 132 
sewer : petition a 319-order of notice a 319, 341-order to build a 344- 

schedule, etc. a 400, 402 
1877, claim : Mrs. John McDonough a 6S1 c 690 a 761 c 770 

Bowdoin street. 

1869, buildings : SafFord & Norton a 154 

1870, buildings : Samuel A. Way a 75 

1871, nuisance : order to abate a 138 
lamps : petition a 205 
sidewalks, macadamizing, etc. : ordered a 242 

Bowdoin street, Dorchester. 

1872, edgestones : ordered a 284, 287 
grade : petition a 51 

1873, lamps, petition a 367 

1874, widening : resolve and order (C.D.100) referred a 665 c 667-report, 
order passed a 690 c 700 

1875, edgestones : petition a 446, 452-ordered a 455, 467-schedule, etc. 
a 687 

grade : established a 309 

grading : petition a 239-ordered a 351, 355-petition L. C. Reinhard 
damages a 574 

lamp : a 633 

railroad : Metropolitan a 5S4 

sidewalks, gutters : petition a 465-ordered a 479 

tree : removal a 261, 280 

■widening : notices to quit a 207; payment for land, etc., Robert 
McDevitt, Thomas Haney a S3 — S. R. Tucker a 94, m — J. J. 
Williams a 193, 203 — Wm. Hannan, James Jessup a 223, 240 — John 
Wall a 309, 319 — John Miller a 322 — F. M. Gleason,N. Phillips a 396 
— heirs James Davenport a 422 — C. L. Reinhard a 433 — St. Mary's 
church a 43S — Oliver Ditson a 454 — M. A. Mann a 467 — J. A. 
Cahill a 480— B. A. Brown a 5S0, 596— W. W. H. Richards a 623 
— B. F. Brown a 665 — R. W. Robinson a 722 — M. L. Fenno a 753; 
J. D. & L. C. Reinhard, petition additional award a 292; M. L. 
Fenno, petition for payment a 656-refused a 722; E. P. Robinson, 
purchase of estate a 499, 507 c 519, 54S 

1876, buildings : John S. Blair a 447, 465 
grading : E. J. Cooper, petition damages a 273 

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Bowdoin street, Dorchester, continued. 

lamps : ordered a 727 

railroad : Metropolitan a 511, 528, 550, 573, 5S6 

widening : order to sell building a 367 c 373; payment land, etc., 
E. J. Cooper, A. B., E. E., and M. N. Trumbull a 477 

1877, edgestones : E. W. Robinson, assessment abated a 600 
grading : petitions a 585, 594 

1878, grading: petition a 460 
improvements : petition a 95 
stable : Sarah Wiswell a 564, 570 

1879, edgestones : ordered a 673 
grade : established a 673, 743 

grading : petition a 223-ordered a 673 ; L. C. Reinhard, paid dam, 
ages a 669, 670 

gutters, macadamizing: ordered a 673 

-widening : order that land acquired in settlement of damages be 
set apart as public ground a 186-passed a iSS-specially assigned 
c 191-discussed and referred c 222 a 224 [See Eaton soJjare.J 

Bowe street. 

1872, stable : F. O. Rogers a 227, 244 

1876, sewer : petition a 506 
stable : John Scales a 12, 25 

1877, sewer: petition a 3S9-order of notice a 536, 55i~resolve and order 

to take land a 555-order to build a 555-schedule a S?o 

1878, stable: G. M. Gordon (heirs) a 546, 759 

1879, sewer: schedule a 10S 

Bowen street. 

1868, building : John Hurst a 71 
laying out : order relative to a 50 

1869, building : A. Mitchell a 267 
1879, nuisance : abated a 277 

stable : John C. Nichols a 253, 287 

1871, nuisance : abated a 361 
stable : W. L. G. Thayer a 56, 72 

1872, nuisance : abated a 15 

sewer : petition a 200; order notice a 230, 233-to build a 241 
stable : J. C. Nichols a 131, 154 

1873, edgestones, sidewalks, paving: ordered a 259; schedule, 

etc. a 575 
grade : established a 217 
grading : petition a 196 
obstructions : removal ordered a 317 

1875, lamps: a 656 
paving : petition a 619 
sidewalks: petition a 355; Thomas Lillie, assessment abated 

a 2S0 

1876, edgestones, gutters, sidewalks, macadamizing : ordered 

;l 393 
lamps : ordered a 726 
paving : petition a 273, 336-refused a 393 

1877, sewer : petition a 505 
sidewalks : petition a 146 

1878, sewer: petition a 303-refused 593 
sidewalk : E. A. Cram, assessment abated a 230 

1879, laying out : street commissioners requested to act a 17 c 19 

Bower street. 

1869, buildings : C. E. Draper a 267; R. L. Garlick a 312 
stables : C. E. Draper a 271, 276, 2S1, 2S6; R. L. Garlick a 306,325, 

339 

1870, building : B. F. Bean a 253 
lamps : petition a 93 

1871, grade : petition a 252; established a 280, 288 
pond : petition for filling or fencing a 95 
stable : J. N. Ellingwood a 14S, 167 

1872, stable : B. W. Nelson a 274, 282 
sewer : order of notice a 144, 152-order to build a 164-schedule, etc, 

a 375, 387 , , , , 

1874, edgestones : ordered a 255, 263-schedule and collection a 612, 622 
stable : C. N. Rowell a 662, 6S1 

established a 62 
order notice a 438, 446-to build 456-schedule, etc, 717, 







1875, grade 
sewer 

734* 
stable 

1876, sewer 



A. C. H. Laws a 6S0, 723 
assessment abated, F. D. Wills a 249 
1877, sidewalks : petition a 533 

stable : C. N. Rowell a 594, 660 

Bowker, John E., Councilman, Ward 16. 

1879, qualified : c i 

appointed : committee on fire department, salaries, to nominate 
directors of public institutions, on water c 12; East Boston 
tunnel 82 

Bowker street. 

1868, widening: assessment betterments recommitted a 4-order of 
notice a 13-tabled a lS-betterments assessed a 24; apportionment, 
E. H. Ashcroft, petition a 57 — C. J. Bishop, petition a 69-granted 
a S3— Jonathan Jones, petition a 74-granted a S3 — E. A. McCut- 
cheon, petition a 45-granted 346 — Frederick Smith, petition a 60 — 
M. R. Wildes, petition a 57 

1869, buildings : Nathaniel Adams a 121 ; Otis Wentworth a 134 
sewer : petition a 154; order notice a 165, i6S-to build a 175- schedule, 

etc. a 244, 255 



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Bowker street, continued. 

widening: assessment revised a 13; apportionment rescinded, 
Frederick Smith a 35 — Jonathan Jones a S6; E. B. Badger, W. H. 
Wentworth, petition apportionment a 101-refused a 109; payment 
land, etc., heirs Thomas Leach, heirs Joshua Brewster a 44 
1870, building: Sargent & Ham a 199 

land : sale authorized a 123 c 129, 13S, 146 
1879, railroad: Cambridge a 471, 502, 526, 527, 554, 555> 57'> 577 
tank : petition a 433 

Bowles, Hiram A., Councilman, Ward 12. 

1873, qualified : c i 

appointed: committee to nominate directors public institutions 

c 5 ; public buildings 17; free concerts 301 
remarks : 4th July c 225, 226; reorganization fire department 

244; heating-apparatus engine 24 416 

Bowling-alleys. 

licenses granted, refused, etc.: 

1869, a 79 

1870, a 125, 150, 322, 327 

1871, a 71, 143, iSi,4" 

1873, a 14, 46, 70, 78, 87, 123, 133, 142, 184, 193, 204, 212, 222, 234, 236, 257, 
265, 281, 2S6, 2S7, 305, 329, 356, 363 

1873, a 247, 326, 3S3, 494, 575 

1874, a 63, 102, 223, 416, 472, 491, 612 

1875, a 150, 167, 295, 30S, 433, 44S, 583, 665 

1876, a 25, 178, 262, 246, 355, 449, 4S8 

1877, a 33, 43S.647 

1878, a 251, 304, 462 

Boylston avenue. 

1874, stables : Daniel A. Brown a 262, 2S9; A. C. Forbes a 529, 545 

1875, buildings : J. Quirk a 203, 222 ; W. R. Cavanagh a 752, 775 
sewer : order notice a 223, 239-to build 279-schedule, etc. 752, 763 
stables : M. M. Early a 220, 250; P. Cusick a 203, 224 

1876, edgestones : petition a 523 
lamps : petition a 4S3~ordered a 727 
macadamizing : petition a 523 
plank- walk : petition a 174 

sewer : assessments abated : Luke Casey a 249 — Bridget Dolan 

466 — Joseph Brown 520 — John Kelly 553 — C. J. Page 652 
stables: B.Mullen a 385,433; H. R.Jordan a 628,652 

1877, edgestones: remonstrance ag-ainst assessment a 389-rfiport 412; 

schedule, etc. a 767; assessment changed, McLevin-McAlvey 

a 79S 
grading, macadamizing: ordered a 320 

1878, edgestones : assessments : Mary Noonan, petition abatement a 47- 

refused a 85; assessments changed, Norton- Kelly a 96, 109, Neil 

Kenny- James Kenny a 129 
shooting-gallery : F. Rudolph a 205, 304 
stables: Martin Early 3546,759; John Kelly a 381, 400; Gilman 

Page a 183, 252, 425, 507 

1879, edgestones : assessments changed, Kelly- McKelly, Casey-Gold- 

smith a 1S4; Hugh May, petition abatement a 223 
stables : Wm. Goodwill a 204, 2S2; Adolph Wald a 3S7, 403 

Boylston place. 

1874, stable : Burnell & Prescott a 115, 259 

Boylston School-house. 

1871, claim : John Cahill, for death of son, caused by fall of fence a 278, 
c 2S3 

Boylston square. 

1871, claim : Amelia Desgrandchamp a 5 c 10 a 28 c 30 

1874, stable: James W. Hale 3706 

1875, stable : J. M. Hale a 13 

1876, stable : J. M. Hale a 23, 101 

Boylston street. 

1868, buildings : Fox & Studley a 37 

1869, buildings: Ivory Bean a 114; N. J. Bradlee a 10S; L. M. 

Burgess a 2S5; I. and H. M. Harmon a 71 ; A. C. Martin a 188; 

H. M. Wilson a 41, 8S 
crossings : petition a 267 
lamps : petition, N. E. Electric Gas Light Co., leave to exhibit 

a 253 
laying out: beyond Clarendon St., petition a 114-report, no 

action necessary a 195; from Berkeley to Clarendon st., order 

notice a 299-hearing 3312 
paving : petition a 202-report, inexpedient a 214 
sidewalks : ordered a 125 
■widening : corner Lowell pi., order notice a 51-hearinga 64-order 

passed a gj-payment land, etc., Abbott Lawrence, J. W. Rollins 

a 90; between Lowell pi. and Boylston sq., order notice a 91- 

hearing a 101-order passed a no-referred c m-passedc 120-pay- 

mentland, etc., Warren Sherburne a 124 

1870, buildings: C. P. Adams a 229; A. C. Martin a 263; S. D. 

Nickerson a 237; G. & C. Nowella263; G. & J. W. Page a 229 
closing: ordered July 4 a 176 
extension : to VV. Chester park, report a 331 
laying out: petition a 122; between Berkeley and Clarendon, 

order notice a iS, 27-order passed a 28 
paving: petition a 163-ordered 3342 
watering : ordered c 115 a 117 



1S1, 196, 230 
abatement assessments 



Boylston street, continued. 

■widening : between Lowell pi. and Washington St., order notice 
a 34, 44-report (C.D.45) a 119-order passed a 123-referred c 130- 
report, discussed, tabled c 139, 140-passed c 146 a 152 c 153, 161; 
payment land, etc., C. F. Adams a 354 — Leopold Babo a 226 — 
Boylston Market Association a 157 — S. D. Nickerson a 226 ; 
removal obstructions ordered a 160; betterments assessed a 344, 

349 

1871, grade : petition a 107; change ordered a 291 
nuisance : abated a 199 

paving : ordered a 119, 243, 245 

widening : apportionment betterments, L. Babo, petition a 184, 

apportioned a 199 — heirs A. A. Gould, petition a 65, apportioned 

138 — Abbott Lawrence, apportioned a 138 — J. W. Rollins, peti. 

tion a 43 — Warren Sherburn, apportioned a 13S — M.J. Williams, 

petition a 32, apportioned a 13S 

1872, land : W. C. Poland a 400 

railroads : Metropolitan a 171; Highland a 177, 184, 197 

sewer : petition for damages refused a 176 

widening : L. Blodgett, petition abatement betterments a 274 

1873, improvement: petition a 217 
paving : petition a 316 
plank-walks : ordered a 454 
sidewalks : petitions a 341, 428 
stationary engine : Patrick Donahoe a 
widening : Luther Blodgett, refused 

a 410 

1874, claim : Asa Wellington c 145 a 150 
extension : petition a 15 c 23, 33 
grading, macadamizing : ordered a 568 
railroads : Metropolitan and Middlesex a 165, 190 
sidewalk : petition for plank a 600 

1875, paving : petition a 527 
railroad : Metropolitan a 239, 265 

1876, crossings : petition a 243-ordered a 249 
railroad: Highland a 628, 651,701 

1877, crossings : petition a 334 

railroads: Highland a 172, 174, 411, 436, 4S3, 594; Middlesex 

a 3S9, 856 
sewers : H. H. Hodge, assessment abated a 321 ; order of notice 

a 321, 334-to build a 365-schedule, etc. a 820 
sidewalk : petitions a 505, 533 

1878, crossings : petition a 3iS-ordered a 343 

improved sewerage : order of notice on taking land a 344, 381- 

taking a 386 c 389 
laying out : H. M. Whitney, payment land, etc. a 505 
park : order relative to lot cor. Dartmouth st. a 70 c 73 
railroads : Metropolitan a 17, 2S, 47, 67, 250, 290, 321, 324, 381, 384, 

425, 426, 752 ; South Boston a 753 
sidewalks : ordered a 289 

1879, grading : ordered 8573 c 582, 605 

land : G. T. W. Braman, trustee, paid for use of by paving 

department a 70S 
railroad : Cambridge a 471, 502, 526, 527, 554, 555, 571, 577 
sidewalks : petitition a 402-ordered a 425 
sign : T. B. Noonan & Co. a 575-refused a 673 

Boylston street, West Roxbury. 

1874, buildings : Gilman Page a 369 c 381 a 402 c 405; William Clark 

c 423 a 427 c 46S a 471 
edgestones : ordered a 361, 371-schedule, etc. a 6S8 
lamps : petition a 559 
repairs: petition 3513 
railroad : Boston & Providence a 15 
stable : Gilman Page a 369, 452 
stationary engine : R. Frampton a 541, 567, 59S 

1875, edgestones : petition a 220, 27S-ordered a 241, 298 

sewers : between Providence R.R.and Boylston ave., order notice 
a 223, 239-to build a 279; between Amory and Boylston sts., order 
notice a 223-hearing a 239-hearing on taking land a26i-land taken 
from W. R. Chester, J. A. Codman, C. B. Wilson, P. D. Waller, 
S. T. Crosby, W. Q^ Phillips, C. H. Esterbrook, heirs Elizabeth 
Amory, William Merriam, Gilman Page a 267, 26S-to build a 279; 
from Washington st. to Providence R.R., petition a 47S; between 
Washington st. and Boylston ave., order notice a 495, 507-to build 
a 517; between Providence R.R. and Centre St., order notice 
a 517, 527-10 build a 532 ; notice not to use attached material a 619; 
schedules, etc. a 752, 763 

watering : petition a 267 

1876, sewers : petition a 523-report, inexpedient 537; schedules, etc. 724, 

747. 743 ..",,, 

1877, crossings : petition a 196-ordered a 320 
edgestones : ordered a 320-schedule, etc. 3767 
improvements : petition a 223 

lamps : petitions a 640, 854 

sewer: Peters, Page, & Meehan, assessment abated a 226 

sidewalks : petition a 196 

stables : Peter Field a 759, 767; Theodore Leutz a 170, 202 

Boynton street. 

1877, sidewalk : petition a 237 

Brackett, John Q. A., Councilman, Wards 10, 17. 

1872, qualified: C4 

appointed : committee to nominate city engineer c 5 ; legislative 
matters, ordinances 10 






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i&jMSM 



BRACKETT 



BRAWLEY 



Brackett, J. Q. A., continued. 

election contested: petition c io-majority and minority re- 
ports (C.D.18) 26-discussion 33, 36-unseated 36 

1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on state aid c 4; nominate city messenger 
6; claims 17 

remarks : Shaw election case c 70; widening Federal and Water 
sts. 98, 124.; Burrill claim 136, 137, 266, 274; verifying vote 225; 
4th July 226; purchase of fire apparatus 265; Normal school 
salaries 29S; free concerts 299; reorganization fire department 
424; annexation Brookline 435, i;6o; revising city charter 438, 
452; confirmation fire commissioners 47S; free soup 487, S 2 S! 
religious instruction in public institutions 557 J vote of thanks 
to president 572 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to collect votes for president c 1 ; rules 
and orders 3 ; nominate directors ferries 5 ; claims, legislative 
matters 13; 4th July 292; conference on free soup 701 
elected : committee on accounts c 5 ; president, pro tern. 381 
remarks : election of water board c 11; rules of C.C. 12, 261 ; 
official name for Charlestown 26; salaries 110, 132, 140, 200; 
appropriation bill 145, 162; firemen's salaries 147; Sumner memo- 
rial volume 14S; annexation 1S5, 187; Normal school salaries 
216; Burrill claim 247, 259; reorganizing water board 444; death 
of Hillman B. Barnes 504; Dedham-st. district 533; drainage 
Mystic basin 617; water supply 620; investigation Sudbury-river 
fraud 637; employment for poor 660, 735; free soup 700; thanks 
to president 765 

1875, qualified: c 1 

appointed : committee on new city charter c 3; nominate trustees 
city hospital 6; claims, legislative matters 10; vegetable market 
273; funeral Henry Wilson 678 
elected: committee on accounts c 5; president pro tern. 352 
remarks: redivision of wards c 109, no, 1 15, 116, 118, SS4> SS7> 
566, 569; convict labor 177; uniting water boards 230, 259, 260; 
salaries license commissioners 252, 255; vegetable market 273, 
407; reward for arrest of murderer 291; park commission 502; 
pay of laborers 542; licensing plumbers 616; charter 674; claim 
Standard Laundry Machine Co. 750; funeral expenses, Henry 
Wilson 751 ; vote of thanks to president 769 

1876, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on centennial celebration c 16 

elected : president c 1 

remarks: inaugural address c 1, 2; appointment of standing 
committees 16, investigation of charges of bribery and corrup- 
tion 68, 09; reply to resolution of thanks 74410746 

Bradford street. 

1869, edgestones, sidewalks : order to reset and repave a 108 
repairs : petition a loi-report, no action a 116 

1870, nuisance : abated a 354 

1872, widening : S. S. Whitney, petition for damages a 122 

Bradlee, John T., Alderman. 

I860, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on state aid a 2; county accounts, ceme- 
teries, common, lamps, ordinances, overseers of poor, public in- 
struction, nominate directors public institutions, nominate super- 
intendent health, nominate engineers fire department 5; 4th 
July, legislative matters 14; annexation Dorchester 59; petition, 
J. and W. R. Cavanagh 12S, 132; landing of French cable 178; 
Humboldt festival 203; reception Harvard boat-club 206; reap- 
pointment of constables 281 ; reception remains of George Pea- 
body 291 ; examine returns of votes 305 

elected : trustee of public library a 24 c 26 

remarks : extension of Broadway a 65 ; use of common for musi- 
cal festival 73; committees visiting other cities 95; proposed 
armory building on Bowker st. 129; licensing side-shows near 
Coliseum 139; rules and orders concerning carriages 135; ordi- 
nance relative to purchasing sites for school-houses 157; naming 
Chester park 164; bill of Charles R. Train 1S0; petition of D. S. 
Gilchrist 180; commissioners Church-st. district 183; extension 
Washington st. 1S5, 204; regulations concerning street musicians 
186; report on petition, J. and W. R. Cavanagh 196; order to re- 
port names of delinquent tax-payers 203 ; Humboldt festival 211 ; 
disposition of school-houses on Fort Hill 220; petition Union 
base-ball club 243; amendment to ordinance in relation to streets 
261; order relating to soldiers' relief 271 ; location Metropolitan 
Railroad in Temple pi. 276; Burrill claim 318, 320, 338 

Bradlee, Nathaniel J. 

supplement to history of Boston water works, see Water. 

Bradt, Herman D., Councilman, Ward 14. 

1870, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on public institutions c 10; free concerts 

n, 153; overseers of poor 16; 4th of July 115 
elected : committee on finance c 3, 4 

1871, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on rules c 2; nominate superintendent 
streets, directors ferries, engineers fire department 4; common, 
public buildings 10; 4th July 141; free concerts 147 

elected : committee on finance c 3; director public institutions c 17 
a 20 

remarks : appropriation bill c 92, 112; printing contract 155, 156; 
badges 238; telegraph line to Deer Island 337 



Bradt, Herman D., continued. 

1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to receive votes for president c 1 ; mayor's 
address, elections 2; public buildings, library 10; peace jubilee 
84; nominate engineers fire departments 

elected: trustee public library c 43, 49 a 51 ; resigned c 53 

remarks : on salaries of police c 97, 123 

Bragdon street. 

1871, name : petition a 107; named a 121; 

1875, sewer: order notice a 322, 332-order notice on taking land a 375 

410-land taken from J. A. Codman et at. a 422-order to build a 422- 

schedule, etc. a 752, 763 

Braman, Grenville T. W , Councilman, "Ward 6. 

I860, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on free concerts, bathing c 10; annual ex- 
cursion 133; reception Harvard boat-club 209 
elected : committee on accounts c 3 

Braman, Grenville T. W., Alderman. 

1870, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on state aid, to obtain opinion of solicitor 
on account of votes for Cowdin and Richardson a 2; on bathing, 
to nominate chief and assistant engineers of fire department, fire 
alarms, health, licenses, overseers of poor, petition of C. Richard- 
son, streets, to nominate superintendent health, treasury depart- 
ment 5; to nominate overseers of poor 17; Burrill ch.im 21 ; joint 
committees 22; 4th of July 117; to examine bonds of city officers 
151; annual harbor excursion of city council 158; ninth U.S. 
census 264; returns of votes 297, 330 

elected: committee on accounts a 2 

remarks : parade-ground on common a 124; watering streets 173; 
boat-house, Mt. Vernon st. 1S4; temporary steam tracks 238; 
directors of public institutions 267; removal of Scollay's building 
278; Silver st. 2S6; recount of votes for aldermen 340 

Braman, Jarvis D., Alderman. 

1868, remarks : ventilating city hall a 9; location normal-school build- 
ing 10; widening Tremont st. 21; arrangement rooms Central 
Charity bureau 55; laying out Atlantic ave. 62; free concerts 69; 
vote of thanks to mayor 89 

Brattle square. 

1875, paving : petition a 446-refused a 533 
1877, lantern : T. Dixon a 64, 101 

Brattle street. 

I860, 
1876, 
1871, 



187», 

187S, 

1874, 



1875, 
1876, 

1878, 

1870, 



repairs : petition for, and that street rails be removed a 339 

railroad : Metropolitan a 18, 32, 33 

grade : petition a 221 

paving : ordered a 216 

railroads : Metropolitan a 158, 169, 196; Suffolk a 215 

grade : petition for revision a 364; established a 40c, 402 

claim : Ann Young c 147 a 151 c 168 a 169 

grading : ordered a 169 

widening: resolve and order passed a 430 c 439; payment for 

land, etc., L. Morse a 499 — Fifty associates a 598, 610 
widening : payment for land, etc., C. L. Haley a 532, 547 
paving : petition a 523 

railroad : South Boston a 661, 662, 711, 722, 723, 727 
claim : Ann Young a 477 c 481 

clock : R. Marston & Co. petition a 679-permit a 708 
railroad : South Boston a 303, 311, 363, 371, 376 



Brawley, John P., Councilman, Ward 19. 

1878, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on water, survey and inspection buildings, 
to nominate trustees city hospital c 7; conference on city hospital 
trustees 32S 

remarks : joint rules and orders c 14; free soup 24; classification 
voters 36; contract system 44; superintendent public grounds 60, 
61, 62; accounts of water board 74; police commission 79, 80, 331, 
334, 411, 412, 413, 457, 470; management public grounds 108, 120; 
public instruction 121; labor on Back-bay park 124; chain-cable 
factory 156; appropriation bill 161, 163; army and navy memorial 
166,174; fire commissioner 172; additional water supply 1S7, 224, 
225, 261, 277, 282, 297, 298, 209; labor on public grounds 219, 221, 
222; non-resident employes 239, 240, 241, 243, 244; trustee city 
hospital 277, 309; alteration of records 302,311,312; salaries po- 
lice commissioners 309, 372, 374, 375; premium on loans 316, 317; 
visit to Sudbury river 369; playgrounds 442; duties of commis- 
sioners 444; 4th. of July regatta 45S; visiting public institutions 
544, 5S0; liquor licenses 562, 596; committee on police department 
577' 57$ > water supply, East Boston 619; voting precincts, wards 
23, 24, 25, 620, 635 ; duties street commissioners 636, 637, 674; Stony 
brook 687, 6SS; transfer of insane 744, 771, 772; annual dinner 747; 
pensioned policemen 74S; director of public institutions 766 
1870, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on rules C. C. c 4, joint rules 5; to nomi- 
nate superintendent public buildings 11; on claims, improved 
sewerage, to nominate trustees of Mount Hope 12; 4th of July 
251 ; conference on salary bill 267; water income 10. 

elected : committee on finance c 10 a 14 




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ffg*l 

I -» I 



BRAWLBY 



Brawley, John P., continued. 

resignation : as member of common council, discussed c 550- 
plaeed on file a 552 

remarks : rules of council c 20, 2r, 41 ; joint rules 23, 24, 25; East 
Boston ferry tolls 27, 60; trustees of Mount Hope cemetery 42; 
public institutions 47; tunnel to East Boston 64; new court- 
house 66, 67; city surveyor 80; city messenger St; survey and 
inspection of buildings 85; superintendent of public grounds 
85; holiday for city employes 101, 102; superintendent of sewers 
112, 136, 153, 175, 17S-182; first assistant assessors 113, 151; 
public parks 115, 116; superintendent of streets 133, 156, 157, 
160, 163, 164; Arnold arboretum 135; improved sewerage 138, 
273-276, 319, 322, 346, 360, 531 ; superintendent of bridges 13S; 
carriages for council 177; 4th of July 203; law department 
217, 21 S; incorporation of city hospital 220; laws relating to 
pawnbrokers 23S; assessment of taxes 242; appropriation bill 
269, 291, 292, 294, 29S; salary bill 267; contract labor 272; 
lodge for homeless wanderers 2S4; M. McCormick claim 2S4, 
409; Bun-ill claim 343, 353-355, 476; Kemp-st. sewer 362; 
police in city hall 372; hiring and discharging laborers 382; 
city solicitor 386; Chelsea bridge 395, 396, 400; abolition of po- 
lice commission 39S, 399; Stony brook 405, 406; a question of 
privilege 413; South street 46S, 473 ; removal of loam from Sud- 
bury-river basins 48S, 489; adjournment without a quorum 401, 
432,451; Moses Kimball's gift 443, 444; Mystic-water supply 
507; fire-commissioner Chamberlin's vacation 50S; protection 
of trees from caterpillars 520; Eastern-ave. wharf 530; reg- 
istration and elections 533 

Brayton's Ready Motor. 

1871, petition for leave to place in city hall a 3S7 c 391 

1872, report inexpedient to place in city hall c 135 a 142 

Bread street. 

1870, close : order to temporarily a 175 

1873, name: petition a 310 

Breck, Charles H. B., Alderman. 

1877, qualified: c 1 

appointed : committee on assessors' department, ordinances, city 
registrar's department, streets, markets, fire department, East 
Boston ferries, police a 8; to nominate clerk of committees, su- 
perintendent of streets, water registrar 8; trustees Mt. Hope 
cemetery 9; committee on historical monuments 46; conference 
of Mystic valley sewer 45S; charges against superintendent of 
pawnbrokers 506; to investigate Blackstone-sq. accident 610; 
examine election returns 784 

elected : director East Boston ferries c 23 a 30 

remarks : sealer of weights and measures a30o; salary of inspector 
at abattoir 319, 334, 336; superintendent of street permits 43S; 
police nominations 457; Mystic-valley sewer 472; Western ave., 
B. 491; charges against police-sergeant Clark 493; police-boat 
"Protector" 629; wines, etc., at city entertainments 6S5 ; police 
rules and regulations 706,840; vegetable market 712; Congress- 
st. widening 854 
1870, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on assessors' department, city hospital, 
claims, lamps, ordinances, paving, public parks, to nominate 
superintendent common and public grounds, superintendent of 
streets, water registrar, director of East Boston ferries, auditor 
a 13; to inspect prisons and houses of detention 74; Old South 
preservation association 237; 4th of July 255; contract sys- 
tem of labor 2S2; open air concerts 364; gift of Moses Kimball 
392; statues of Samuel Adams and John Winthrop 439, 52S, 
601 

elected : director of East Boston ferries c 28 a 34 c 43 

remarks: superintendent of public grounds a 80; incorporation 
of trustees of city hospital 170; superintendent of streets 125, 
130; directors of East Boston ferries 225; appropriation bill 
236, 237; labor on public grounds 349, 350; Burrill claim 350, 
351, 404; paving Tremont st. 416; music on East Boston ferries 
41I1 of July 423; Cambridge railroad 458, 554, 555; ward- 
rooms for political meetings 53S; Quincy and Emancipation 
statutes 543, 571 ; Hathorne's coaches 600; law department 
657; East Boston ferry tolls 668; smoking in precinct- rooms 
670; West Roxbury park 697; Columbus-ave. horse-railroad 
controversy 704; square at Meeting-house hill 740 

Breed, Asa A. 

1877, mayor authorized to offer reward for detection of robbers of a 640 

Breed's Island. 

1875, ordinance : placing in ward 1 passed a 6S7 c 691 
1877, railroad : Boston Land Co., petition payment land, etc. location 
Boston, Winthrop & Point Shirley railroad a 317-payment a 379 
stable : S. A. Myrick a 448, 472 

Breen place. 

1870, named : a 118 

Bremen street. 

1868, building: Leonard Pickering & Co. a 60 

pipes : A. Farrar & Co. a 60, 70 
1870, building : D. Nolan a 273 

claim : C. R. Ford a an c 215 a 265 c 270 



BRIDGES 



199-to build a 209- 



Bremen street, continued. 

sewer : petition a 191-order notice a 197, 
schedule, etc. a 313, 322 
1871, grading : Atlantic Works, petition damages a 319 

sewer : collection assessments postponed, Eastern R.R. Co. a 52, 
Hugh McCauley a 200; assessment abated, heirs James Burke, 
Timothy Mahoney a 254 
1873, claim : G. B. Emerson a 203 c 207 a 257 c 261 

1873, claim : J. M. Hunt c 29S a 300 

grade : petition revision a 23S-established a 250 

sewer : order notice a 372, 3S2-to build a 409-scheduIe, etc. a 532, 

1874, sewer : assessment abated, Alonzo Bowers a 48 
stables : J. W. Robinson a 513, 555; M. Cuddick a 610, 628 

1875, sewer : petition a 446-order notice 456, 465-to build 467-schedule 

7'7. 734* 
stable : J. J. McSheehey a 332, 350 

1876, buildings : M. Ellis & Co. a 492, 507, 550, 562; J. 

& Co. a 310 c 314 a 338 c 342 
repairs : petition a 76 
sewer : assessment changed, Flynn-Blaney a 101 

1877, pipes : Maverick Oil Co. a 6S1, 726 
1879, sewer : petition a 3S7 

Brennan, Thomas, Councilman, 



W. Hunnewell 



Ward 13. 



1871, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on paving, police, c 10 

1872, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate engineers fire department 
c 5; surveyor's department, paving 10; 4th July 130 

1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on Suffolk-st. district c 4; surveyor's de- 
partment 17; nominate city engineer 29 

Brewer street. 

1868, building : Leonard Pickering a 46 
1875, edgestones, gutters, macadamizing 

schedule, etc. a 597 

1878, sewer : petition a 3Si-order of notice a400,425-to build a44S-sched- 
ule, etc. a 697, 752 

Brewster street. 

1869, name: changed to Renfrew a 95 
1872, name : petition a 166 

1877, sidewalks : petition a 725 

1878, edgestones, sidewalks, gutters : 
improvements : petition a 273 



ordered a 2S0, 



292- 



ordered a 364 



Bridges. (See also under names of bridges.) 

1869, committee: appointed a 5 

superintendents : committee to nominate c 3 a 5-nominated 

a 25-elected a 30 c 33 a 35 c 38 a 43 c 45 a 4S 
appropriation : request for additional (CD. 21) a 30 c 32-granted 

a 36 c 38, 45 
railroad bridges : over Boston & Albany R.R., committee to 

negotiate a 13-report, revised grades established a 43; petition for 

examination a 2S1 

1870, committee : appointed a 5 

superintendents : committee to nominate c 3 a 5; nominated 

and elected c 41 a 45 
draw-openings : communication from city engineer relative to 

widening, order passed disapproving a 144 
guards : petition Old Colony & Newport R.R. for approval a 75- 

approved a 134 
Hingham and Quincy turnpike : maintenance, notice of 

hearing a 264 

1871, committee : appointed a 5 

superintendents: committee to nominate c 4 a 5; nominated 

and elected a 44 c 53 
appropriation : request for additional a 34S c 353-granted a 364 

c 366 
guards : on bridges across railroad tracks Back Bay territory, 

construction authorized a 2S0, 292 
ordinance : request for amendment c 24 a 27-reported a 35-passed 

a 3S c 41 
■vehicles : passage regulated a 264 

1872, committee : appointed a 6 

superintendents : committee to nominate c 5 a '4i nominated 
and elected a 47 c 50; commissioners for Cambridge and Charles- 
town bridges appointed a 59 

betterment law : order passed for authority to apply c. 382 acts 
of 1S71 to construction of bridges a 2S9, 291-amended, passed 
c 295 a 301 

1873, committee : appointed a 9 

superintendents: committee to nominate c 6 a 10; nominated 
and elected a 45 c 60 

1874, committee : appointed a 7 

superintendents: committee to nominate c 5 aS; nominated 

and elected c 134 a 137 c 566 a 568; of Charlestown and Brighton 

bridges, salaries fixed a 66 c 78, 9S 
appropriation : request for additional (CD. 24) a 53 c 57-granted 

a 64 c 78, 98 
ordinance : request for amendment a S c 10-reported a 360-passed 

a 371 c 406, 423 

1875, committee : appointed a 7 

superintendents: committee to nominate c 6 a7; nominated and 
confirmed a 37 ; nominated and elected c 57 a 59 c 79 a 81 c 85 



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BRIDGES 



BRINTNALL 



Bridges, continued. 

1876, committee: appointed a n 

superintendents: committee to nominate c 10 a 12; nominated 
and elected a 67 c 71 

lumber : contract authorized a 250 

urinn Is : request leave to erect a 493-referred a 52S c 530 

vessels : passage through draws, order passed to petition for leg- 
islation a 46 c 50; order to report ordinance a 329 c 330 

1877, committee: appointed a S 

superintendents : committee to nominate c 6 a S; nominated 

and elected c 194 a 197 c 206 a 215 c 217 a 233 
lumber : contract authorized a 102 
master carpenter: H. B. Rookes, petition for employment a 29 

1878, committee: appointed a S 

superintendents : committee to nominate c 7 a 9; request to 
nominate a 55; nominated and confirmed a S5; nominated c 122- 
elected a 127-discussion c 137, 152-elected c 154 

1879, committee : appointed a 13; change in a 581 
superintendents : committee to nominate c 5 a 4 c 11 a 13; nomi- 
nated c 137-discussed, recommitted a 140, 141 c 151-majurity and 
minority reports c 2'00-elected c 201 a 208 

lumber : contracts authorized a 198 

master mechanic : II. B. Rookes, petition appointment a 13 

Briggs place. 

1874, extension: petition a 66 

Brighton. 

1876, annexation: order to oppose tabled c 131-passed a 135-tabled 
c 138 

1871, annexation : notice of petition a 3S7 

1872, annexation: memorial relative to (CD. 24) a 37-referred a 56 c 57; 

order authorizing appointment of commissioners a 391-passed 
a 39$-discussed, amended, passed c 41 2-non- concurred a 41S- recon- 
sidered, concurred a 424 

1873, annexation: printing and distribution of copies of act, c. 303, 

I S73 (C.D.S9) a 247 c 253; warrant for voting a 353; committee to 
examine returns a 409-report a 410 

1874, bell-ringing : payment for a 2S7, 300 c 309, 325 
branch library : invitation to attend dedication c 566 a 567 
city property : order to examine titles c 236, 237 a 540-report 

c 632 a 64 ! 
employes: to be retained in office a 2 c 3 ; salaries of police fixed 
aSc 10; salaries of bridge superintendents fixed a 66 c 78,9s; 
payment Michael Norton, services as clerk, treasurer, collector, 
assessor, and registrar a 2S6 c 290, 310 
fire-alarm : extension of system a 6 c 12 a 17, 474 
night-soil : order to contract for removal a 2^9-tabled a 300 
official name: order to designate as "Garden district" dis- 
cussed, tabled c 27-rejected c 62 
police telegraph : extension authorized a T9 
poor-house : placed in charge of land department a 40 c 42 
town-hall : fitted up for police-station a 139, 150 c 159, 174 

1875, records : request overseers of poor for c 284 a 293 

1879, bath-houses : order passed for committee on bathing to con- 
sider expediency of erecting a 142 c 151 

Brighton avenue. 

1870, widening : order to petition for authority a 26S c 270, 280 

1871, building : Washburn & Son a 22 
grade : petition a 38-established a 223, 233 
watering : ordered a 200 

1873, grade : petition for raising a 249-ordered a 333, 341 
tree : removal a 228 
watering : ordered a 125 

1873, grading : petition, C. McCuIly, for damages a 26S 
watering : ordered a 1S1 

1874, grading : payment for damages, C. McCully a 152 
plank-walk : petition a 532-refused a 5S4 
reckless driving : petition for prohibition a 471 
stable : J. D. Braman a 251, 269 

•watering : ordered a 192-petition a 299 

1875, buildings : J. Mellen a 494, 517 
edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 239, 264, 26S 

stables: H. H. Mollis a 203, 224; Cousins Brothers a 445; M. A. 

Smith a 656, 6S5 
trees : removal a 355, 375 
watering : ordered a 206; petition a 261 ; payment a 581 

1876, edgestones, sidewalk : petition a 273-ordered a 311 
stationary engine : Luther Dow a 562, 603, 747 
watering : petition a 273-ordered a 295 

1877, watering : ordered a 240 

1878, edgestones : petition a 3Si-ordered a 399 
watering : ordered a 230 

1879, telegraph wares : Gold & Stock Telegraph Co. a 713 
watering : ordered a 31 1 

Brighton Branch Library. (See Library, Public.) 

Brighton Municipal Court. (See Municipal Court, Brigh- 
ton.) 

Brighton Reservoir. (See Water.) 

Brighton square. 

1877, petition for purchase and laying out (cor. Chestnut Hill ave. and 
Rockland st.) a 593 c 603 



and order tabled 
i 223, 361 ; abated 
a 322, 327- 



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1877, crossing : 
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Brighton street. 

1869, buildings : John P. Hart a 223; Arnold W. Taylor 223 

1870, buildings : Wm. Blake & Co. a 1S2; E. II. Brabrook a 62; J. D 

Ljnney a 2S5; G. S. Pike a 294; John White a 70 
nuisance : abated a 330, 342 
stable : E. H. Brabrook a 65, 70 
widening : order notice a 214, 223-resolve 

a 254-passed a 490 

1871, nuisance : collection assessment for abating 

a 32S 
-widening: payment land, etc., W. & W. S 
Taylor & Sohier, trustees a 223, 229 

1872, railroad : Union Freight a 239 
1874, paving : ordered a 352 

1878, sidewalk : petition a 250 

1879, crossing : petition a 104 

poles : board of fire-commissioners a 592, 596 

railroads : Cambridge a 471, 502, 526, 527, 554, 555, 571, 577 

watering : petition a 119-ordered a 312 

Brighton street, Brighton. 

1874, watering : petition a 299 
Brighton street, Charlestown. 

1875, sidewalk : petition a 55S-ordered a 581 
petition a 273-ordered a 295 
petition a 223 
Cambridge a 614, 640 
: assessment changed, Palmer-Dearing a 149, 171 ; on 

action necessary on petition a 172 
1878, lamps : petition a 525-ordered a 752 

Brighton-street court. 
1871, nuisance : abated a 1S9 
Brimmer place. 

1876, extension and widening : order to consider expediency of 

a 493-tabled c 499-referred to next city council a 747 

Brimmer-School District. 

1868, petition, new primary school-house a 43-referred a 55 

Brimmer School-house. 

1869, use of gas in usher's room, request a 35 c 3S-report inexpedient 

c 54 a S§ 

1877, heating apparatus, order to furnish referred c 467 a 472-report, order 

passed c 549 a 551; communication from school committee rela- 
tive to, indefinitely postponed c 690; preamble and order from 
school committee relative to, referred c 742-indefinitely postponed 
a 744 

1878, payment, Mrs. M. W. Wyman, right of dower a 185, 194 c 210, 23S 

1879, repairs, request for a 471 

Brimmer street. 

1868, buildings: Adams & Barstowa49; Cummings & Sears a 837; 

C. A. Fox a 37 ; Ware & Van Brunt a 5S 

extension : order notice a S-hearing a iS-order passed a 27-re- 
ferred c 32-passed c 36; notice to quit a 38; assessment better- 
ments, order notice a 44-hearing a 49-assessed a 59-remonstrance 
a 44-no action necessary a 67; apportionment betterments, peti- 
tions, Daniel Davies a 69 — A. S. Eaton a 80 — S. W. Merrill, F. 
E. Oliver a 71 — W. B. Sewall a 74-apportioned a 83; payment 
land, etc., Samuel Eliot, Harrison Ritchie a 70 

gutters, gravel: ordered a 60 

sidewalks, edgestones : ordered a 31, 59, 60 

1869, buildings: John P. Barnard a 179; Bourn & Leavitt 41 ; A. C. 

Martin 147; Morton & Chesley 154 

grading: A. Garcelon, petition damages a 194-refused a 214 

name : Messinger St., so called a 95 

nuisance: abated a 191 

sidewalk: assessments a 169 
1876, building : Bourn & Leavitt a 75 

extension: Ebenezer Johnson, W. H. Mann, payment land, etc. 
a 102 

side-walk : schedule, etc. a 176 
1874, side-walks: petition for widening and levelling a 251 

1876, concrete : ordered a 552 
sewers: complaint a 48S 

Brintnall, Benjamin, Councilman, Ward 3. 

1878, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on police, public buildings, to nominate 

supt. public buildings c 7; police dept. 5S1 
elected : trustee Mt. Hope cemetery a 17 c 22 

1879, qualified : c 19 

appointed : committee on water c 12; public buildings, to nomi- 
nate city architect 19; open-air concerts 360 
elected : director of E.B. ferries c 28 a 34 c 43 

Brintnall, Norman Y., Councilman, Ward 5. 

1877, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on city engineer's department, committee 
to nominate overseers of poor c 6; committee on paving 7 

remarks : candidates for city officers c 63; police for license com- 
missioners 3S5 ; army and navy monument 445 ; public parks 504; 
sealer of weights and measures c 546; surveyors of highways S16 



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1878, qualified : c i 

appointed: committee on streets c 7; city engineer's department, 
to nominate overseers of poor 7 

remarks : nuisance, Charlestown c 30; pay of laborers 91 ; police 
belts 91, 122; chain-cable factory 1S1 ; removal house of correc- 
tion 248; trustee city hospital 310; purchase Long island 310; 
police commissioners 40S; Roxbury canal 441, 453 ; play-grounds 
442; free concerts 478 ; inspector of lime 524; liquor seizures 562; 
polling-places 581; East Chester park 630; leasing building, 
Warren bridge 6S4; voting precincts 747 

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1869, grade : established a 96 

f;rading s ordered a 67 
aylng out : order to consider expediency a 25-report, order of 
notice a3i-hearing a 42-order passed to lay out a 44-referred c 45- 
report, order passed c 62 

1870, building : J. A. Blair a 211 

1871, stable : J. F. Paul & Co. a 345, 359 
1873, laud : R. G. Dayton c 195 a 197 c 208 a 21a 

paving : petition a 139 
pipe : J. F. Paul & Co. a 2S0, 294 

sewer i petition a 55; order of notice a 62, 68-to build a 88-sched- 
ule, etc. a 210, 219 

1873, paving : petition a 178 
pipe : J. F. Paul a 4S0, 494 
stable : J. S. Blair a 118, 140 

1874, building : Joseph F. Paul c 576 a 57S c 591 a 594 

1875, building: Morris & Ireland a 465 c 46S, 4S7 a 494 
land : R. G. Dayton, et al. a 436 c 459 a 479 c 483 
stable : L. W. Shaw a 446, 455 

1877, land : J. F. Paul a 94 c 95-taxes remitted, 1875, 1876 a 305 c 308, 324 
1879, hoisting-beam : Merritt Gas Machine Co. a 534, 553 
land : R. G. Dayton et al. a. 480 c 481 



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G. F. Meacham a 22 
Marginal freight a 31 
_ : Batchelder Brothers a 12 
pipes : Nash, Spaulding, & Co. a 121, 130 
■widening: order of notice a Si-hearing a S8-remonstrance a S8- 
order passed to widen at junction with Atlantic ave. a 158-referred 
c 160-report (C.D-54), c 171-order passed c 177; notice to quit 
a 206 

1870, building : J. E. & N. Brown a 253 
claim : C. L. Litchfield a 253 c 260 a 322 c 324 
closing : ordered a 175 

grade : established a 330 

nuisance : petition abatement a 199 

paving : petition a 12-ordered a 109 

sewer : petitions a 12, 163-order notice a 197, 199 

■watering : petition a ioo, 109-refused a 117 

■widening: petition a 43; near Washington ave., order notice 

a 323, 336-order passed a 343-discussed, referred C346-report, order 

passed c 362 

1871, claim : C. L. Litchfield a 49 c 53 

grading, paving: ordered a 280; J. H. Grady, petition grade 

damages a 345 
railroad : John Souther a 148, 163, 213, 223 
stationary engine : Allen & Woodworth a 382 
widening : notice to quit a 35; payment for land, etc. : E. B. Badg- 
er a 319— John Foster a 109, 115 — VV. Minot, Jr. a 13S, 142 

1872, grading: damages : J. H. McGrady, refused a 244 — A.Pickering, 

petition a 363 — proprietor Rowe's Wharf, payment a 79, 85 
nuisance : abated a 214 
paving: petition a 171 
railroad : Union Freight a 239 
sign : W. H. Prentice & Son a 222 
stationary engine : Allen & Woodworth a 8, 14 
widening : from Wharf St. to India wharf, resolve and order re- 
ferred a 291 c 205 ; appropriation a 31 1 

1873, stable : S. Robbins a 178, 189 
watering : petition a 258-ordered a 284 

Widening: Atlantic ave. to Summer St., resolve and order (CD. 
67) passed a 238 c 243, 253; settlement with W. R. Clark a 317, 
326 c 329-motion to reconsider discussed and rejected c 348-order 
•amended c 3S1 a 382; Rowe's Wharf Co., ordered to remove build- 
ing a 444-petition for extension of time a 453-granted a 470; re- 
moval of obstructions a 565 ; payment land damages : J. L. Batch- 
elder, David Chapin, W. L. Prescott, M. L. Tileston a 263 — heirs 
W. H. Prentice a 272 — Henry Lee, heirs E. P. Dolbeare a 293 — 
W. Litchfield a 306 — heirs Solomon Piper 3314 — heirs James Otis 
a 316 — David Snow a 383 — E. P. Dolbeare a502 — Arthur Pickering 
a 535 — J. and P. H. Power a 54S — W. Dehon a 567 

1874, cellar : W. R. Clark a 306, 555 

hoisting-benms : Fenno, Son, &Co. — Hilton, Weston, & Co. — 

Nichols, Parker, & Dupee a 29 
name : order to consider expediency of changing from Atlantic 

ave. to Rowe's wharf a 85-changed to Atlantic ave. a 118, 136 
telegraph poles : dangerous in case of fire a 612 

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Broad street, continued. 

widening : payment land damages : heirs of J. H. Pearson a 20, 
29— heirs of W. H. Prentice a 193 — T. F. Richardson a 209, 225; 
order to pay Wm. Litchfield rescinded a 359, 371 ; Wm. Gaston 
a 359, 371 ; report, no action necessary on petition D. Norton to 
rescind notice to quit a 598 

1875, extension : payment land and damages : proprietors Liverpool 

wharf a 375 — M. B. Inches a 764 

1876, paving: petition a 550 

railroad : Metropolitan a 32, 45, 99, 138, 158, 178 

1877, paving: petition a 611 
railroad : Metropolitan a 338, 363 

1878, cellar: S. S. Goodwin & Co. a 460, 507 
mortar : Cutter Bros. & Co. a 287, 307 
paving : petition a 397 

1879, paving : ordered a 503 
railroad : Metropolitan a 462 

widening: Boston, Hartford, & Erie R.R. (W.T. Hart andC. P. 
Clark, trustees), paid land, etc. a 473 

Broadway. 

1868, buildings : Barlow Brothers a 45; Burrill & Whitney a 13; C. 

F. Coffin a 37; Thomas K. Daunt a 13; Franklin & Clarke a 30; 
H. F. Hatheway a 27, 37; Judah Sears & Sons a 27; George E. 
Shackley a 20 

claim : R. Emelie Fiske c 77 a 80 

crosswalks : petition a 24 

extension : to Albany St., report of committee tabled a 30-recom- 
mitted with instructions to report order of notice, extension at 
high grade a 35-order of notice passed a 3S-hearing a 43-resolve, 
order reported (CD. 126) a 56-assigned a 58-discussion, order 
passed a 61, 62-referrcd c 64-order to report in print c 69-report 
(CD. 147) discussion, subject specially assigned c 78, 79-peti- 
tion in favor c 84-discussion, order rejected c 85, 86-reconsidera- 
tion, orders again rejected c 87 

flagstaff: petition to erect at No. 98 a 27 

grading : petition a 36-ordered a 60 

paving : ordered a 38 

sewer : petition a 27 ; order notice a 34, 37-to build a 43-schedule 
etc. a 81 

1869, buildings: N.Adams a 213; Baxter & Vinal a 154; R. Bishop 

aSS; Howard Clapp a 10S; Stephen Connolly a 281; Daniel Dar- 
ling a 12S; W. H. Dodge, a 12; J.J. Giblin a iSS; M. S. Gifford 
a 184, 273; Jeremiah Lynch a iSS; Robert McDevitt a 241; John 
McSweeney a 101 ; Wm. Park a 213; J. M. Porter a 108; J. P. 
Power, a 101 ; Dr. R. Provan a 143; John Quinn a 71 ; Seth Rob- 
inson a 128; J. Sears & Son a 219; Geo. E. Shackley a 121 ; S. J. 
F. Thayer a 101 ; Williams & Co. a 35 

edgestones : ordered a no 

extension : reports and papers referred to committee on streets 
a o-order of notice a 18-hearing a 2S-report and orders submitted 
(CD. 31) a 58-order passed a 64-referred c 68-majority and mi- 
nority reports (C.D.42, 43) c 98-orders considered and passed in 
concurrence c 104, 106; order to construct necessary bridges a 109; 
order to quit a no; payment land, etc. : S. Adams a 277 c 278 — Bos- 
ton & Albany R.R. a 191 — A. C. Driscoll a 140 c 141 a 146 c 152 
a 264 — J. G. Giblin a 246, 254 — heirs Edward Harney a 129 c 133 
a 264 — R. Hoe & Co. a 318 — H. Lawn a 255 — Old Colony & New- 
port R.R. a 187 — W. S. Perry a 277— S. A. Way a 117, 140 c 141, 
152 a 264 

grading: order passed authorizing contract for raising buildings 
to grade a 221-order of inquiry relative to change of grade c 231 ; 
S. A. Way, petition grade at corner Albany st. a 261 ; payment 
damages, T. & M. Haney a 307 

paving : ordered a 182, 185 

sewers : abatementof assessments : P. Barry, petition a 107-refused 
a 123 -heirs of P. Renton, petition a 64-refused a 95 — J. A.Vinton, 
petition a 17; C. H. Bieler, petition cleaning sewer from C to D 
st. a 107-report, no action a 146 

sidewalks : ordered between K and L sts. a no-petition between 
M and O sts. a 241 

stable : J. Quinn a 101, 109, 115, 130 

trees : petition removal a 188 

1870, buildings : W. V. Bail a 83, 336; A. L. Bailey a 2S5; Carew & 

Lynch a 141 ; James Devine a 211 ; M. S. Dix & Co. a 62; French, 
Emerson & Co a 229; M. A. Gifford a 17; Hall & Eaton a 302; 
M. L. Ham a 263; P. Hanlon a 26, 75, 163, 223; M. Hernhan a 148, 
149; H. A. Hatch & Bro. a 122; H. Kelley a 245; Keyes & Kelley 
a 93, 132; M. H. Libbey a 171; R. McDavitt a 253; J. J. Quinlan 
a 6; J. Sears & Son a 107, 263; South Boston Iron Co. a 211 ; James 
Walker a 191 

claims: Jeremiah Leary a 26, 46 c 48; John Toland a 211 c 215 
a 219 c 222 a 309 c 318 

edgestones : ordered a 249 

encroachments : report on a 173 c 174 

extension: request for additional appropriation (CD. 28) a 52- 
assigned a 59-communication from C Curry relative to cost, re- 
ferred a 59-order for loan tabled a 6^-report on Curry's communi- 
cation a 78-loan authorized a 90-referred c 91-report (C.D.44) 
c 104-discussion, loan authorized c 113-115; settlement damages: 
Boston & Albany R.R. , order passed a 331-rejected c 347-recon- 
sidered, passed c 363— P. & T. J. Dunbar, petition a5S— T. N. Han- 
son, payment a 220 — Henry Lawn, petition a 217— South Boston 
Iron Co., order discussed, tabled a 142, 143-recommitted a 166- 
passed a 175 

grading: appropriation a 44; ordered a 11S; order to close a 126; 



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Broadway, continued. 

damages .'Timothy Abbott, petition 3343 — L. B. Burgess, payment 
a 202 — C. K. dishing, petition a 177 — O. J. Duke, petition a 365 — P. 
& T.J. Dunbar, petition a 336 — Dennis Ferguson, petition a 336 — 
Wm. Gallagher & Co., petition 3320 — J.J. Giblin, petition a 141-pay- 
ment a 213 — E. A. Hutchinson, payment a 213 — Robert McDevitt, 
petition a 320-payment a 44 — Peter Lincoln, payment a 202, petition 
a 320 — Thomas Patterson, petition a 245 — J. M.Scott, petition a 182- 
refused a 275 — Alvan Simonds, petition a 336 — Edward Smith, peti- 
tion a 156— M. W. Thatcher, petition 3313 — payment a342 — M.W., 
G.T., C. A., J. E., and A. E. Thatcher, payment a 353— John To- 
land, petition a 211, 302 — M. A. Treanor, petition a 229 — Wm. 
Wise, petition a 116 

land : D. & T. Darling c 104 a 109, 117 c 121, 204 a 20S; Henry 
Lawn a 26S c 270; J. M. Scott a 172 c 178 

paving: ordered a 118 

sidewalks : petition a 237 

stable : F. D. Hall a 116, 126, 132, 172 
1871) claim s It. A. Durfee c 11 a 14 

grading : damages : T. Abbott, refused a 230 — Isaac Adams, pay- 
ment a 67, 71 — O. J. Duke, refused a 80 — D. Ferguson, refused 
aSi — W. Gallagher, refused a Si — Mechanics' National Bank, peti- 
tion a 38-payment a 206, 207 — Thomas Patterson, refused a 8i— 
Alvan Simonds, refused a 206 — John Toland, refused a 80 

land : H. A. Doe c 209 a 215 c 219 a 221 ; S. S. Gray c 315 a 319 

paving: petitions a 87, 207, 244; ordered a 125 

railroad : South Boston a 188, 242, 26S 

1872, Day-window : remonstrance a 203, 236 

buildings : Cook, Jordan, & Morse a 329 c 334 a 363 c 365 ; Thos. 

Keyes a 305 c 308 
claims : J. & M. Burns a 197 c 199; A. A. Derby a 297 c 308 a 407 

c 413; M. Desmond a 222 c 231 a 257 c 261 
extension: P. F. Shevlin, petition damages a 28; sale of estate 

ordered a 267, 275 c 278, 290 
grading : petition a 192 ; damages, E. Jackson, petition a 200-R. 

McDavitt, petition refused a 431 
land : S. C. Bixby c 105 a 107, 124 c 127; John Butland c 120 a 123, 

163 c 167; H. A. Doe a 139 c 146 a 160 c 167 
nuisance: abated a 177, 221, 224 
sewers : schedule, etc. a 88; between N and M sts., petition a 210- 

order notice a 193, 197- to build a 20i-schedule, etc. a 375, 387 
sidewalks : ordered a 245, 250 
trees : removal a 94, 114 

1873, buildings : A. F. Cole a 310 c 329 a 352 c 356; Thos. Keyes a 139 

c 144 a 102 c 164 
edgestones : petition a 25S 

grading : no action, petition, Eben Jackson a 90 
land : H. A. Doe a 217 c 224 a 260 c 664 
paving : petition a 247 

sidewalks : petition a 277; schedule, etc. a 513 
stables : M. Doherty a 305 ; Frank Schoner a 125, 162, 292 
stationary engine : Bartlett & Richardson a 46, 73, Si 

1874, buildings : H. A. Doe c 3S6 a 390, 432 c 438; A. M. Stetson a 369 

c 3Si-a 402 c 405 
edgestones : ordered a 152, 167-schedule and collection a 431 
flag-staffs : removal ordered a 209 
lioisting-beam : Boston & Albany Railroad a 29 
land : L. Day a 2S2 c 290-a 317 c 323 
paving : ordered, between Dorchester and H sts. a 210, 220-between 

K and L sts. a 269, 2S2 
sidewalk : petition, O. T. Taylor, to place slab in a 251-granted 

a 269; petition, M. Howe, to place lamp-post in a 4S3-refused 

a 49S- petition a 622-granted a 642 
stable : M. Doherty a 751 

1875, buildings : W. R. Cavanagh a 410, 433; S. B. Cunningham c 750 

a 752 ; Thos. Keyes a 410 c 425 
claims: Gilbert Wait 0565 a 578,705 C713; C. W. Angier c 590 

a 596, 764 
land : A. A. Miner c 67S a 6S1 
mortar : Howe & Warren a 619, 705 
187©, buildings : S. B. Cunningham c 18 a 23 c 30 a 32; T. Keyes a 366 

C395 , , 

extension: land, etc., placed in charge paving department c 446 

a 449; Globe Works, payment land, etc. a 605 
flag: Josiah Dunham a 511, 528 
flag-staff: A. H. Wilson et al. a 321, 355 
paving : petition a 447 
sign : D. R. Hagerty a 64S, 6S6 
stable : Michael Haley a 4S3, 493 

1877, crossing : petition a 468-refused a 596 
lamps : petition a 703 

paving : petition a 237, 296-ordered a 364 
railroad : South Boston a 781 

1878, building : W. R. Cavanagh a 490, 492 
claim : James Hayes c 246 a 250 c 377 a 384 
lamps : petition a 397-ordered a 752 
trees : removal a 397, 4S8 

1879, claims: Alexander Bickley a 139 c 150 a 335 c 337; Levi Jenney 

a 281 c 2S4 a 370 c 372 ; Mary Murray c 47 a 48 
drainage : O. T. Taylor, petition damages a 492-payment a 644 
extension : preamble and order to consider subject of completing 
a 109; street commissioners requested to report expediency and 
cost a 5 2 S c 530-communication, referred a 59S c 605-report c 650- 
discuss-ed and tabled c 650, 651-motion to take from table, lost 
c 667-referred to next city government c 751 a 755 
hitcSiing-post : M. F. Gavin, petition a 204-permit a 371 
paving : order to remove wood pavement and repave a 462 



Broadway, continued. 

railroad : South Boston a 492, 493, 512, 540 
sidewalks : petition a 692 
sign : J. Welch a 415 

Broadway Bridge. 

1870, superintendent : petitions for appointment a 107, 211 c 215 a 263 

c 270 a 283 
construction : report of superintending engineer on cost of 

completing (CD. 120) 3352 
lamps : ordered a 2S3 

1871, committee : placed in charge of a 234. 
superintendent: T. C. Smith, petition for election c n a 14; re- 
quest for ordinance to provide for election c 24 a 27-ordinance 
reported a 35-passed 338 c 41 ; J. C. Poole elected a 144 c 146; 
request to report salary a 144 c 146, 220 a 221-report c 226-recom- 
mitted a 229-report, recommitted a 244 c 251-report tabled c 265- 
salary established c 267 a 269; order passed to provide room for 
a 400 

claims : Bradford & Young a 261 c 265; R. Presbv & Co. a 330 
construction: additional appropriations for a 125, 264; order to 

report reason for delay in opening referred c 212 a 215-report, no 

action necessary a 222 

1872, superintendent: annual report a S c 10 a 47 C50; J. C. Poole 

elected a 47 c 50 

claim : J. G. Hodgdon a 37 c 43 

lire-proof structure : Rockwell & Churchill, petition a 383 
187S, superintendent : J. C. Poole elected a 45 c 60 

claim : Patrick Campbell a Si c 85 

draw: order to rebuild a 470-discussed a 4Si-report of city engi- 
neer (C.D.12S) a 5oS-order passed a 508-referred c 509 a5i4-report, 
order passed c 543 a 545 

engines : purchase ordered a 45 

land under : Boston & Albany R.R., petition for lease a 149 c 154 

l-epairs, etc. : ordered a 259 

1874, superintendent: annual report a 8 c 10; J. C. Poole elected 

c 134 a J 37 
repairs : closed for a 226; new draw ordered a 306; order to report 
cost of temporary bridge c 350 a 352; of approaches ordered a 415 

1875, superintendent : annual report a 4 c 5; J. C. Poole elected c 57 

a 59 c 79 a Si 
engines : purchase ordered a 250 
painting and repairs : ordered a 168, 44S, 687 
187©, superintendent: annual report a 23 c 28; J. C. Poole elected 
a 67 c 71 
repairs : of Foundry-st. span ordered a 394 ; orderto close a 394; re- 
planking ordered a 537: extension eastern pier ordered a 573 

1877, superintendent: annual report age 13; nominated c 194 a 197; 

J. C. Poole elected c 206 a 215; assistants appointed a 323 
repairs : closed for a 297 a 700; replanking ordered a 587 

1878, superintendent: annual report a 10 c 12; J.C.Poole elected 

c 122 a 127 c 137, 154 
claim : Thomas T. Robinson a 95 c 103 
repairs : ordered a 343 ; closed for a 491 

1879, superintendent : annual report a 14 c 19; J. C.Poole nominated 

c 137-discussed and recommitted a 140, 141 c 151-elected c 201 

a loS-assistant appointed a 424 
closing : ordered a 472 
shed : order to contract for roof a 580 

Broadway Railroad. 

1872, dummy engines: petition of Nehemiah Gibson for leave to run 
a 329-leave to withdraw a 356 

Brorrrfield street. 

18G9, buildings : T. J. Whidden a 84; Standish & Woodbury a 114 

widening : order of notice a 131-hearing a i3S-order passed to 
widen a 156-Boston Wesleyan Association, payment land, etc. 
a 164 
1870, bay-window : petition removal a 14S, 171-report a 159, 202 

widening : Boston Wesleyan Association, order to pay rescinded 

a 47 
1872, paving: petitions a 1S3, 197; order to pave with wood a 237- 
passed, reconsidered, tabled a 239-discussed, amended, recom- 
mitted a 246-order to pave with granite blocks passed a 253, 256 

1874, lantern : Methodist Episcopal church a 6S7, 706 
paving : petition a 334 

1875, lantern : Boston Wesleyan Association a 619, 63S 

187©, obstructions : Joseph Ballard, petition removal a 703-refused 

a W 8 . . " . . 

paving : petition a 191-ordered a 210 

1877, lantern : Day, Collins & Co. a 29, S54 

Bromley park. 

1874, edgestones, gutters : ordered a 461, 471 

1875, edgestones : petition a 307 

improvement : order tabled a 498-passed a 500-rejected c 501- 
reconsidered, discussed, specially assigned c 523-postponed c 545- 
discussed, amended, passed c 551 a 559 

sidewalks : petition a 355-ordered a 456-schedule, etc. a 44S, 622 

1876, grading, etc. : ordered, a 313, c 314, 334 
improvement : additional expenditure authorized a 52S c 530 

Bromley street. 

1874, edgestones, gutters: ordered a 461, 471 
sidewalk : ordered a 351 



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Bromley street, continued. 

1875, sidewalks : ordered a 456-schedule a 448, 639; assessments 

changed, Lowell-Reichardt a 734c 

1876, sewer : petition a 174; hearing a 225-orderto build a 246-schedule, 

etc. a 701, 729 

Bronze Bas-reliefs of the Signers of the Declaration of 
Independence. 

187©, order to pay for referred c 259 a 261 

Brook avenue. 

187©, buildings : J. P. McKay a 117 

1871, stable : A. J. Bamford a 221, 233; Alex. McDonald a 174, 197 

1872, edgestones : petition a 274-ordered a 2S5, 287 

1873, edgestoues: petition a 132-ordered a 140 
grade : established a 303 

sewer : order of notice a 163, 169-order to build a 170-schedule, etc. 

a 4533 47°. 5 ! 3 , , 
187-1, edgestones : schedule a 474-assessment changed, Brown & Col- 
lins-Gay a 544 
grade : established a 612, 622 
grading : petition a 220 

6ewer : petition a 369, 402-order notice a 408-to build a 431-land 
taken a 432, 454,479-schedule, etc. a 623, 647; assessments changed 
— McDonald-Gilbert a 492 — Bamford-Burrage a 707, 715 
stable : G. L. Stokel a 3S7, 40S, 452 
1875, sewer : abatement assessments : J. H. Robinson, petition a 29- 

refused a 49 — A. S. Gilbeit, abated a 322 
187©, sidewalks : petitions a 366, 535, 5S6-ordered a 433, 552, 605 

1877, edgestones : ordered a 587 
sidewalks : ordered a 392-petition a 5S3 
sewer : schedule, etc. a 820 

1878, sidewalks : petition a 600 
"watering : petition a 303 

1879, sewer : petitions abatement of assessment, A. C. Gay, E. C. 

Robinson a 230 
sidewalk : petitions a 2S1, 374-ordered a 392 

Brookline. 

1868, boundary line : order to petition for change a 51-referred c 52- 
report, order passed c 57; committee appointed to confer with 
authorities of Brookline a 56 c 56-report (CD. 142) a 76 c 77 

18©0, boundary line : committee appointed c 11 a 13 

1870, annexation : order to oppose tabled c 131-passed a 155-tabled 

c 138-copy of act referred to special committee a 171 c 178-report 
(CD. 89) a 256-discussion, act accepted a 266, 267-assigned c 270- 
discussed c 2$o-act accepted c 292 
water: petition selectmen, leave to use hydrants for watering 
Beacon st. a 182 c iS8-granted c 227 a 230 

1871, boundary line : perambulation a 217; notice of petition for 

change a 307 

1872, boundary line : city surveyor authorized to cooperate in defining 

a 144 

drainage : petition selectmen, cooperation in a 152-report, inex- 
pedient a 1S4 

Muddy river : notice of intention' to construct dam and tide- 
gates a 200; petition, leave to erect dam near Brookline ave. 
a 210-report, no action necessary a 219; notice intention to petition 
for diversion of water a 305-referred a 319 

■water : petition for supply a 183 c iSS-ref'used a 266 c 270 

1873, annexation: order passed favoring a 103-rejected c 105; printing 

and distribution of copies of act chap. 290, 1873 (C.D.S9) a 274 c 253 ; 
warrant for voting a 353; committee to examine returns a 4C9- 
report a 410; order passed to petition for annexation of portion 
a 420, 429-referred c 435 a 442-majority and minority reports, order 
passed a 483, 48S-tabled c 496-assigned c 543, 544-discussed and 
referred to next city council c 559-561 a 564 

boundary line : notice of intention to petition for change in 
a 441-report, order to favor discussed and assigned c 543, 544-dis- 
cussed and referred to next city council c 559-561 a 564 

Muddy river : notice of proposed diversion a 26S-report, no ac- 
tion necessary a 283 

water : petition for supply of referred a 444 c 449-report, order 
passed authorizing contract a 454, 467-assigned c 476-rejected 
c 4S7-reconsidered and tabled c 49§-rejected c 571 
XS74, annexation : topic in mayor's address referred c 11 ; communica- 
tion from mavor relative to a 179 c 183; order passed relative to 
annexation of portion a 179 c 183, 184; notice of proposed petition 
a 57S c 591 

1875, annexation: order passed to support petition a 151 c 153; notice 

of petition a 574 c 590; remonstrance a 596 c 612 
telegrapli poles : in W. Roxbury, petition leave to erect a 373- 

granted a 395 
sewer : notice intention to construct a 6iq 

1876, annexation : notiee of intention to petition for a 572 c 581 
Muddy river : petition for conference relative to drainage a 59 
sewer : notice from selectmen of intention to build main sewer 

a 551 ; notice of intention to build through St. Mary's st. a 701 

1877, T-.ongwood-ave. bridge : notice of appropriation for recon- 

struction and request for cooperation by Boston referred a 277- 
ordered to rebuild abutment and order to rebuild superstructure 
a 436-order to close a 5S3 
building : petition leave to move to a 479, 4S8 

1878, Muddy river : petition for diversion of a 96; communication 

from committee of town on subject of constructing new channel 



Brookline, continued. 

referred c 152 a i6S-call for report c 695-report referred to next 
city council c 703 a 711 
1879, annexation : notice of petition a 613 c 618 

Brookline avenue. 

1871, bridge : over Longwood stream, order passed to build a 66 
grade : petitions a 1S4, 297-established a 215, 412 
railroad : Boston & Albany a 134 

trees : removal a 245 

1872, grading : ordered a 71 

sewer : petition a 139-report, no action necessary a 175; order of 
notice a 291-order to build a 294 

1873, fence : order to set back a 179 
sewer : schedule, etc. a 384 

1874, edgestones, gutters, etc. : ordered a 460, 471-schedule and 

collection a 6S1 

extension : payment land damages, trustees West Roxbury gram- 
mar school a 320 c 335 

grading : ordered between Boston & Albany Railway and Muddy 
river a 192; closed a 270; permission to lay tracks during a 270; 
petition between Boston & Albany Railway and Maple ave. a 2S2- 
ordered a 321 

macadamizing, fences : ordered a 461, 471 

railroad : Boston & Albany a 15 

repairs : petition a 408 

sidewalk, crossing: petition a 164 

1876, 'watering : petition a 336-ordered a 245 

1877, land: H. H. PIydea4ii c 427 
plank- walk : petition a 64 
raising, grading : petition a 64 
watering : petitions a 258, 432-ordered a 240, 474 

1878, -watering: petitions a 194, 227-ordered a 230, 274 

1879, land : Winnisimmet Co. c 734 a 739 
sidewalks : petition a692-refused a 708 
taxes : Winnisimmet Ferry Co. c 665 a 66S 
-watering : ordered a 311 

Brookline avenue, Brighton. 

1875, stable : P. J. Ryan a 633, 685 
watering : ordered a 206 

1875, stable : J. P. Shaw a 239-264 

Brookline Gas Company. 

1875, contract with, authorized a 37-amended a 45-communication relative 
to price, referred a 60-report, contract authorized a 60 

Brookline street. 

18©8, building : Hobbs & Prescott a 46 

stables : Hobbs & Prescott a 45, 51 , 54, 59 ; Eon Morris a 60, 67, 70 
18©9, buildings : E. Bartlett a 101 ; Ivory Bean a 161 ; A. H. Morris 

a 41 ; Morton & Chesley a 64 ; Small & Post a 84 
land : H. G. Barrows a 181 c 19S a 224 c 229 
passage-way : petition, stone steps a 134-ordered a 16S 
sidewalks : ordered a 103 
stable : Eames & Tucker a 5, 13, 17, 25 
187©, buildings : Baker & Campbell a 237; C. B. Barrett a 223; Ivory 

Bean a 211 ; J. E. Cahill a 294; J. F. Came a 163; B. F. Dewing 

a 141 ; A. G. Moseley a 70; B. Perry a 237 
grading : Daniel Park, petition damages a 273-payment a 297 
raising : petition a 182-refused a 195 

stables : C. B. Barrett a 223, 230; G. H. Moseley a 66, 72,76, 86 
stationary engine : M. Whitney a 304, 321, 327 

1871, nuisance : abated a 217 
stable : J. M. & F. Jones a 25, 59 

1872, edgestones, sidewalks : petition a 280-ordered a 294, 297 
nuisance : petition abatement a 256 

sewer : petition c 75 a 77, 256-no action a 319 

1873, land, Daniel Goodnow a 4^3, 470; G. L. Johnson et al. 480, 494 

1874, land : Daniel Goodnow a 15, 29 

1875, land : Daniel Goodnow a 575, 596, 622 ; P. II. Guiney a 188 c 196 

a 224 c 227; P. H. Leary a 188 c 196 a 224 c 227 
187©, nuisances : petition for removal a 59-reports a 79, 299 
1877, land : taxes remitted a 379 c 3S1, 407 
sewer: schedule, etc. a 839 

Brooklyn, City of. 

1874, copy of resolutions adopted on death of Charles Sumner a 169 c 174 

Brooks, William F., Councilman, Ward 1. 

1870, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on ferries, common c 10; nominate super- 
intendent streets 11; 4th July 115; funeral Admiral Farragut 236 

remarks: on East Boston ferry tolls c 6S; auditor's estimates 
80; Burrill claim 153, 155,204; steamer "Henry Morrison " 234; 
Fountain square 260; home for poor 360 

1871, qualified : c 1 

appointed committee: nominate superintendents of bridges 
and common C4; on common, public lands, water 10; free con- 
certs 147; investigate Fort-Hill frauds 23S 

remarks : Fountain sq. c 41; Madison sq. 46; amendment 
ordinance public institutions 48; location house of correction 55; 
ferries 77, 85, 86, 171; appropriations 104, 105, 112, 121; salary 



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Brooks, William F., continued. 

bill ii», 121, 172; location engine 15 132, 1S2; armories 140; 
4th July 140, 173; contract city printing 156; Columbus-ave. 
extension 172, 203; 9th New York regiment 173; pay for 
goods lost in fire house of correction 1S2, 193, 202; extending 
and widening streets 190; superintendent printing 156, 210; 
widening Portland St. 211; musical festival 220; Fort Hill 
23S; street improvement 260; laborers on common 266, 293, 
294; superintendent Broadway bridge 267; receiving Duke 
Alexis 276; free evening school 276; home for poor 2S5 ; in- 
sane hospital 305; elevator city hail 314, 408; ferries 324, 325, 
391; Burrill claim 370, 379, 3S0'; fire-boat 394, 408; Orchard sq. 
405; iron steamboat for extinguishing fires 408 
1872, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to receive certificates c 1 ; nominate super- 
intendent common 5; common, surveyor's department 10; 4th 
July 130-resigned 135 

elected : director ferries a 23 c 25 

remarks : opening library on Sunday c iS; Wendall-st. widening 
32; election case, ward 10 36; Back-bay bridges 53; city 
engineer 74; Burrill claim 90, 181, 191; East Boston ferries 
9 1 . 97> 335; state insane asylum 127; site for high and Latin 
school 146, 147, 169, 182, 18S; claim of B. C. Libby 151; 
Devonshire-st. extension 159; Phillips-st. extension 161 ; harbor 
excursion 194; printing 179; market ordinance 217; fire-relief 
measures 348, 351, 360, 361; new board of health 373; claim of 
Rockwell & Churchill 380, 393; additional voting.places 392; 
house of correction 411 ; small-pox hospital 411 

Brooks, William F., Alderman. 
1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed: on committee on state aid a 3; ferries, bathing 
claims, harbor, lands, survey and inspection of buildings, treasury 
department, steam-engines 7; nominate weighers and inspectors 
of ballast 8; nominate city surveyor 18; nominate fence- 
viewers, etc. 123; 17th June 300; 4th July 316; free soup 706 

remarks: Wilson's hotel a 20; Smith's riding-school ci ■ 
widening Atlantic ave. 64; alteration of Eastern R.R. terminus 
°7> 73. 74; salary of officers in Charlestown court 90- salary 
bill 91, 93, 9S, 96, 117, 154, 156, 157, 20s, 206, 207, 208; water 
104, 105, 157, 2SS, 371, 373, 376, 400; evading ferry tolls 120; 
Jourdams museum 121, 123; salaries of firemen 151 ; normal 
school 172; inspector of milk 1S2; street-railway safety 192- 
street sprinkling 193; dummy engines on Union Freight R r' 
225; salary of registrars of votes 242; removal of gravel from 
Long island 252, 492, 493; assistant for Dover-st. bridge super- 
intendent 264; allowance for G.A.R. 271; appropriation for 
Brighton bell-ringing 300; fitting up old high school-house 
for armory 314; 4 th-of-July celebration 314; hospital for in- 
fectious diseases 318, 360; order of business 321; sanitary 
commission on water 33S, 361 ; interest on taxes 328, «2, 428" 
South Boston flats 342; repair-shop for lamp department UV 
free concerts 353; municipal court room in East Boston «g 
530; Lake Cochituate as storage-basin 371; sale of Boston Post 
estate 379; free ferries for police 390; license fees 390; sala- 
ries municipal-court officers 40S, 409, 451; watering Warren st 
415; erection of' Prospect-st. school-house 429; Brattle-st' 
widening 430; repairs of harbor-master's office 432: public 
urinals 449; watering Washington-st. 4S o; watering Park-sq 
450, 456, 457; defective conductors 452; cleaning and painting 
library building 462; street-car location 473; home for poo" 
475. S°9. 5*5. 582; vacation 494; cellars below grade 49!, 401 
495. 496; fountain for Independence sq. 500; Thorndike-st ex- 
tension 529; compensation for tide-water displaced 01 ; use of 
Highland tracks by Metropolitan Co. 5^3; coach license for 
1 j SS £' P ;lvln £ passage-ways 571; Cochituate water 

board 599; evening drawing-school 600; licensing plumbers 
6io_; furnishing municipal-court rooms 613; on hearing of 
Citizens' Gaslight Co. 625; Charles-river supply 62S; investi- 
gation of charges of fraud 641; soup for poor 662; widening 
bchool st. 6SS; nautical schools 713; purchase of water-pipe 
715, 716; Swett-st. extension 720, 721, 723, 724; assistance in 
law department 737, 738; name of square by post-office 740; 
payment of J. H. Jenkins 741 ; paving sidewalk of Faneuil Hall 
building 752, 753 

Brooks street. 

1869, buildings: John Cassens a 64; Julia Dorgan a 179; Frame & 

Jordan a 281; George Hargrave a 124; Honorah Hayes a 184: 
D. C- Ryder a 161 T 

edgestones : ordered a 132, 165 

grading : petition a 138 

sidewalks: petition a 154- ordered a 132, 161;; C. D. Mclntvre. 
petition against assessment for a 173 

1870, buildings : John D. Finn a 83; Frame & Jordan a 140; A. Mc- 

Donald a 313 T? 

edgestones, sidewalks : petition a 116-ordered a 144-schedule 
etc. a 249 

grading: petition a 62; Joseph Breckenridge, payment damages 

stable : S. H. Holbrook a 122, 126, 132, 143 

1871, grade: established a 217, 221-revised a 250 
grading : ordered a 250, 253 

-.^•n. w , Idelli >»g • J- K. Erskine, payment land, etc. a 255 

1872, edgestones : ordered a 364, 370 

grading: petition a 99, 171, 249; payment damages : John Barry 



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Brooks street, continued. 

a 5 2 — J olln Cassen a 41 —Julia Dorgan, Honora Hayes, D. F. 

Murphy, Rumney Noble, J. F. Wood a 52 
nuisance : abated a 253 
stable : John Cassen a 218, 229 
187JJ, buildings : James Felton a m c 121 a 127 c 135 
edgestones : petition a 428 

1874, edgestones : schedule a 101 ; ordered a 192, 204 
sidewalks : ordered a 597 

stable : Jesse Smith a 114, 140 

1875, building : M. Ellis & Co. a 355, 375 
claim : S. M. Bemis c 105 a 111 c 2S4 a 293 

edgestones: assessments changed, Ames-BIaney, Belden- Woods 
a 62; Rumney Noble, petition abatement a 355 

sidewalk: schedule, etc. a 21 
187«, buildings : D. L. Ryder & Sons a 261 c 264 a 303 c 303 

grading : petition a 225 

lamps : petition a 294-ordered a 727 

railroad : Metropolitan a 52S, 550 

sidewalk : H. McCabe, petition abatement of assessment a ctc 

stable : John A. Finns a 15S, 178 
1879, buildings : John Laley a 303; J. Soley a 335 

poles : fire commissioners a 596 

stables : L. Burnham a 223, 2S3 

Brookside avenue. 

1874, extension : petitions payment of damages : T. C. T. Buckley, J. 

W. Gerard, E. S. Wiggin, trustees of Roxbury grammar school 
a 203 
stationary engine : A. Krasinski a 485,505, 555 

1875, pipe : C. M. Clapp, petition a 619-granted a63S 
187(8, improvements: petition 3366 

Broom street. 

1874, sidewalk : James Daley, assessment abated a 302 

Brown, Alfred S., Councilman, Ward 23. 

1877, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate superintendent of public 
buildings c 6; on public institutions, fuel 7; Stony-brook im- 
provement 3S1, 805; investigate management common and squares 
656 

remarks: salaries, c 140; public parks 503; Stonv-brook im- 
provement 71S, 74S-750; fruit-stands in streets 848 

1878, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on public instruction, Stony brook, to 
nominate superintendent public buildings, to nominate directors 
public institutions c 7 

remarks : interest upon taxes c 190; visiting public institutions 
542, 543; voting precincts, wards 23, 24, 25, 635; Stony brook 
663, 664, 687, 6SS; street commissioners 673; transfer of insane 
733. 767. 7<58 

1879, qualified c 1 

appointed: committee on public institutions, Stony brook to 

nominate city messenger c 12 
elected : Trustee of Mount Hope cemetery a 34 c 42 
remarks : supt. of streets c 164; appropriation bill 296, 297; Bur- 
rill claim 353; Stony brook 405, 406, 491, 620, 621 ; purchase gravel- 
bank 505, 506, 54S, 549 

Brown, Frank B., Councilman, Ward 8. 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on state aid c 4; ferries, fuel 13 

Brown, John, Alderman. 

1873, qualified: c i 

appointed: committee on state aid, Suffolk-st. district a i- 
lamps, markets, steam-engines, assessors' department, overseers of 
poor, lands, surveyor's department 9; nominate trustees Mt. Hope 
cemetery 10; nominate city solicitor 23; nominate overseers of 
poor 33; nominate fire engineers 89; auditor's estimates 102 ■ 
conference 115; 4th July 197; bonds of city officers 241 

remarks : small-pox hospital a 13; refreshment expenditures 44- 
school models for Vienna Exposition 46; salary bill 76 1^0' 
130. 131; small-pox hospital claim 92, 181, 202, 208, 2.19; Ar'ch-st 
widening 112; Washington-st. widening 120; Parker-hill res- 
ervoir 128; widening streets around P.O. 134; normal school 
accommodations 172, 173; additional market facilities 191; 4 th-oi- 
July celebration 218; Water-st. widening 222; Halleek-st dist 
nuisance 271; Swett-st. property 294; loan for Newbury-st" 
primary school 294; market lease 314; normal salaries ?ic : 
fire apparatus for city hall 315; Mather school-house ?i8 ; 
home for poor 388, 3S9; water supply 432; salaries of fire com! 
missioners 457 

Brown, Thomas W., Jr., Councilman, Ward 2. 

1870, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate committee on accounts c 1 • 
nominate harbor-master 3; assessors' department, public library 
10; nominate superintendent sewers 11; purchase steam-tug 2/- 
4th July 115; bonds city officers 153 

remarks : Burrill claim c 154; home for poor -160 

1871, qualified : c 1 ° 
appointed : committee on assessors' department, on ordinances 

c 10; to nominate engineers fire department 4 



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elected : trustee city hospital a 14, c 23 

remarks ! non-resident tax-payers c 75; contract city printing 

157; salaries 172; second assistant assessor 22S; city hospital 

253 
Brown avenue. 

1875, building : T onn Cavanagh a 239, 264 
tree : removal a 13, 21 

1876, trees : removal a 44, 66, 476, 492 

1878, trees : removal a 26, 38 

Brown street. 

1869, building : M. C. Murphy a 1S8 
187©, edgestones, sidewalks s schedule a 661 

1877, land : M. A. Rosemeyer a 102 c 118, 139 

Brush-Hill avenue. 

1870, grading : ordered a no 
draining, macadamizing : ordered a 1 10 
name ; petitions for change a 245, 263-changed to Blue Hill ave., 

from Seaver st. to Mattapan a 275 

Brutus, Schooner. 

1873, payment for raising a 259 c 261, 270 

Buchanan court. 

1879, lamps ! petition a 597-refused a 505 

Buckingham street. 

1879, laying out i release of agreement relative to a 342 c 346, 361 

1872, named : a 294, 297 

1873, edgestones ! ordered a 454 
grade : established a 454 
grading : ordered a 441 , 454 

sewer ; petition a 28S; order notice a 311, 316-to build a 317-sched- 
ule, etc. a 481, 494, 501 

1874, sewer ; assessments changed, Porter & Sylvester-Meserve a 19 — 

Wentworth-Brown a 40 
1870, cellars s Hollis Hunnewell a 174, 211 

edgestones, sidewalks : petition a 206-ordered a 345 
1877, plank- walk ; petition a 695 

stable : R. T. Paine, Jr. a 585,617 

Buffalo street. 



1875, building : 

1876, building : 
1879, building : 



D. W. Lincoln c 613 a 620, 705 c 713 

Boston & Albany R.R. a 523 c 530 a 537 c 539 

Boston & Albany R.R. Co. a 552 c 562 a 601 c 605 



Buildings. (See also Tenement Houses.) 

1868, erection : contrary to law to be reported a 14 

streets : ordinance relating to occupancy for building purposes, re- 
ferred a 38 c 39-report, ordinance adopted c 57-tabled a 59-adopted 
a 61 

notices of intention to build: A ST., Dennis Warren a 40; 
Albany st., Chamberlain & Marston a 20, W. R. Summers & 
Co. a 33; Alpine st., A. E. Giles a 33; Anderson st., J. B. 
Aldrich a 24; Ashland pl., D. B. Spear a 43; Athens St., J. 
M. Allen a 17, Mark Dowling a 13, Thomas Keyes a 217; Bain- 
bridge ST., Martin Fay a 17, Alexander Johnson a 54; Bat. 
tervmarch ST., J. A. Bell a 69; Baxter st., Thomas Hill a 22; 
Beach st., G. W. Meserve a 65, W. H. Quigley a 45; Beacon 
ST., Faulkner & Clarke a 22, G. M. Gibson a 40, Henry Whitwell 
a 60; Belmont st., Joseph Scherer a 37; Bennington st., E. 
C. Gordon, F. L. Sargent a 33; Berkeley St., First Presby- 
terian Congregation a 30, C. C. Pettee a 43; Beverly st., J. T. 
Craft, Richard Power & Son a 24; Border ST., Kennedy & 
Calder a 65, Manson & Peterson a 54; Bowdoin so^., fob A. 
Turner a 71 ; Bowen St., S.B., John Hurst a 71 : Boylston st., 
Fox & Studley a 37; Bremen st., Leonard Pickering a 60; 
Brewer ST., Leonard Pickering a 46; Brimmer st., Adams & 
Barstow a 49, C. A. Sears a 8, 37, C. A. Fox a 37, Ware & Van 
Brunt a 58; Broad St., G. F. Meacham a 22; Broadway, 
Barlow Brothers a 45, Burrill & Whitney a 13, C. F. Coffin a 37, 
T. K. Daunt a 13, Franklin & Clarke a 30, H. F. Hatheway a 27, 
37, Judah Sears & Son a 27, G. E. Shackley a 20; Brookline 
st., Hobbs & Prescott a 46; C ST., Moses Colby a 65, S. J. & G. 
Tuttle a 13; Cabot St., James Devine a 8, Patrick Egan a 24; 
Cambridge St., Joseph Simonds a 217; Causeway St., J. W. 
Carter a 20, H. O. Downing a 37; Centre St., E. G. Caldwell 
a 30; Charles st., Charles-st. Baptist Society a 17; Charles- 
town st., Edwin Adams a 54; Chelsea st., Catherine Barker 
a 8, John Sanderson a 65; Clapp St., G. E. Shackley a 27; 
Clarendon st., Morton & Chesley a 20; Seth Robinson a 65; 
Clifford st., R., Alexander Johnson a 33; A. G. Read a 69; 
Columbus ave., James Mc?seal a 49; Commonwealth ave., 
N. J. Bradlee a 22; Condon St., J. P. Russell a 8; Cooper st., 
I. B. Quimby a 33; Cove St., J. O. Neil a 30; Cross st., F. F. 
Raymond a 27; Culvert st., C. Tilden a 58; D ST., Joseph 
Leahy a 54; Dartmouth pl., Small & Post a 24; Dartmouth 
st., Joseph Small a 20; Dedham st., Draper & Hall a 32; Dor- 
chester ave., F. A Libbey a 54; Dorchester st., Holbrook 
& Harlow a 8; Dove st., G. E. Shackley a 20; Dudley st., 
Gustavus O. Alden a 60; E ST., John Driscoll a 37; East 
Springfield st., C. H. Knox a 71; Eighth st., J. & W. R. 



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Cavanagh a 54, M. De Bock a 20, J. H. Kelley a 3, H. B. Stratton 
a 54; Eliot st., J. H. Barker a 24; S. S. Perkins a 22; Emerald 
st., John McBarron a 3 ; Essex st., L. M. Burgess a 30; Eustis 
st., Joseph Cleve a 22, Russell Scott a 65 ; F ST., Holbrook & 
Harlow a S, H. B. Stratton a 58; Federal st., Thomas Dooley 
a 15, Kebber & Delue a 80, J. W. Milligan a 54, Martin Mullin 
a 60, J. H. Murphy a 17, Naylor & Co. a 33; Fifth St., D. A. 
Berry a 16, Margaret Bradley a 3, H. A. Doe a 74, E. O'Conner 
a 58; First st., Atkinson '& Thayer a 27, John Ogden a 65, 
Chauncy Page a 45; Foundry St., Thomas" Kyle a 3, L. F. 
Parcher a 17; Fourth St., F. O. Clark, Daniel Gallivan, J. B. 
Gilmore a 17, Holbrook & Harlow a 24, T. H. Johnson a 3, Mark 
Morse a 13, Wm. Peard a 20, Wm. Wood a 17; Friend St., A. 
D. Hoitt a 54; George st., J. B. Simpson a 16; Gkeen st., 
Albert Brown a 27; Grove Hall ave., F. S. Merritt, W. B. 
Wadman a 17; Grove Hall St., W. H. Hutchinson a 3; H ST., 
Burrill & Whitney a 37; Hamburg st., Patrick Callahan a 58; 
Hammond st., Robert Wright a 3; Hampden St., Franklin 
Proctor a 30, Rumrill & Stanton a 20; Hampshire ST., John 
Hewit a 33; Harrison ave., Melville Ayres a 30, Patrick 
Carroll a 13, Michael Connor a So, John Dupee a 32, G. W. 
Meserve 330,40; Havre ST., Francis Bissett a 54, W. H. Room 
a 40; Hawkins St., C. H. Graves a 34; Henchman st., John 
Kelley a 33; High St., J. E. & N. Brown a 8, 65; D. E. Poland 
a 16; Hunneman st., Dean & Pyne a 43; I ST., J. H. Kelly a3; 
Irving st., E. A. Knowlton a 43 ; K ST., A. L. Bailey a 16, 
J. H. Kelly a 3; Parker & Giddis a 32; Kendall st., C. J. 
"Spenceley a 37 ; Kingston st., C. E. Jackson a 27; Kneeland 
pl., G. W. Meserve a 16, B. H. Flanders a 45, S. W. Merrill 
a 37, Lehigh st., B. &. A. R.R. Co. a 40; Lenox st., Faulkner 
& Clark a 8, C. J. Spenceley a 40; Lexington st., J. F. Bennett 
a 65, G. E. Davis a*3o, Samuel Small a 49; London st., James 
Brennan a 37, Jeremiah Flavin a 17, Frame & Jordan a 24, J. F. 
Haynes a 71, S. Hoffses a 8, John McKinnon a 16, M. H. Shuk 
a 20, Robert Wright a 33; Longwood ave., A. Folsom & Sons 
a 33; M ST., Horace Jenkins a 37; Marcella st., D. L. Street 
a 24; Marginal st., Hawley & Markham a 43, Wm. Phillips 
a 60; Marion st., Hugh Cain a 30, Kennev & Calder a 49; 
Marlborough st., I. & H. M. Harmon a 45; Maverick ST., 
Henry Baley a 33, Union Ship Timber Manufacturing Co. a 43; 
Medford ST., B. M. Doraty a 20; Merchants' row, David 
Snow a 27; Meridian st., Jeremiah Butland a 30; Merrimac 
st., J. C. Tucker a 22 ; Middle St., J. L. Bowers a 37 ; Milford 
ST., Nathan Wheeler a 45 ; Millmont St., P. H. McGlynn a 23; 
Monmouth St., A. & J. McLaren a 40; Montgomery ST., 
Morton & Chesley a 20; Moon St., Peter Walsh a 17; More- 
land st., J. G. Cary a 37; Mt. Vernon st., Daniel Davies & 
Son a 33; New st., E.B., a 37; Newbury st., I. & H. M. 
Harmon 345; North Grove st., John Towne & Son a 17; New 
Heath st., James Laughlin a 16", Newman St., Thos. Mulloy 
a 71; North st., G. F. McLaufhlin a 71; Orchard st., L. F. 
Whitney a 22; Oxford st., H. H. Rose a 65; Parker st., G. 
W. Decatur a 17; Perrin st., A. G. Read 354, A. J. Tibbetts 
a 49; Pinckney ST., David Perkins a 24; Plympton st., Mor- 
ton & Chesley a 20, 49; Preble ST., Stephen Chamberlain a 65; 
Prentiss st., N. D. Conant a 49, Wm. Goldsmith a 8; Prince- 
ton st., Maria d' Jesus a 69, James H. Marquand a 16; Prospect 
ST., C. H. Leach a 17; Regent st., R., Wm. Donaldson a 17, 
U. S. Jones a 30; Rochester St., W. A. & S. G. Lowe a 24; 
Salutation st., N. H. Cary a 40; R. S. Corwin a 27, John 
Wooley a 13; Saratoga St., J. F. Hines a 22, George Hargrave 
a 3, 54', 58, Thomas Keyes a 27, W. B. Maloney a 33, Edwin 
Rice a 16, John Sanderson a 65, P. A. Sullivan a 43; Second St., 
Downer Kerosene Oil Co. a 43, P. O'Brien a 58, S. H. Pierce 
a 27; Seneca st., Rumrill & Stanton a 65 ; Seventh st., D. W. 
Beckler a 33, James Monks a 20, S. H. L. Pierce a 74, John 
Shaughnessy a 30; Shaving st., B. H. Flanders a 16; Shawmut 
ave., Anthony'Downie a 30, Alden Avery a 23; Sherman ST., 
A. W. Hasori a 24; Silver st., Frank Hanscom a 45; Sixth 
ST., D. W. Beckler a 33; Daniel Briscoe a 49; Daniel Denny 
a 20; J. T. Grendell a 17; Caleb Kimball a 54; Small & Post a 65 ; 
R. Woodman a 3; South Russell st., R. E. Apthorp a 8; 
Staniford st., Albert Brown a 33; Suffolk st., E. A. Reiter 
337; Sullivan st., George Mulloy a 33, S. H. L. Pierce a 74, 
Daniel Sullivan 354; Summer st., Henry Bailey a 74; Sumner 
st., Miss Lowry a 17; Telegraph st., J. L. Bowers a 22; 
Lemuel Clarke a 33, J. G. Tighe a 5S; Temple pl., J. R. Hall 
a 74, W. C. Poland a 3; Texas ave., S. M. Allen a 71 ; Third 
ST., Alfred Hale & Co. a 43, John Murphy a 20, W. H. Warren 
a 30; Tremont ST., Adams & Barstow a 45, Boston Skating 
Rink Association a 43, A. J. Bradlee a 30, N. J. Bradlee a 27, 
Franz Duard a 30, Ivory Emmons a 60, 65, Faulkner & Clarke 
a 69, C. K. Kirby a 33, 43, D. F. McGilvrav a 54, James Manahan 
a 33, Joseph Milman a 37, Morton & Chesley a 20, A. Myerson, 
J. F. Paul & Co. a 22. B. F. Prescott a 46, H. B. Stratton a 22, 
David Townsend a 33; Trenton st., Silas Foss a 8, S. H. 
Holbrook a 58, A. & J. McLaren a 8; Tuckerman St., Z. C. 
McFadden, J. P. Power a 13; Tudor st., G. W. Sargent, Alonzo 
■Warren a 13; Vinton st., W. L. Lewis a 13; Walnut ave., J. 
R. Hall a 49; Wareham st., A. F. Badger a 27, N. O. Hart 
a 23, Morton & Chesley a 17,49, Smith & Jacobs a 20; Warren 
ave., J. G. Smith a 3; Warren st., Patrick Coleman a 40; 
Warrenton st., Horace Jenkins a 27; Washington st., Wm. 
Evans a 8, B. H. Flanders a 13, J. R. Hall a 58, G. W. Meserve 
a 45, A. D. Puffer a 3, S. S. Rowe a 37, H. B. Sargent a 17, 22, 
W. M. Shute & Co. a 13; Webster st., L. A. Hall, James 



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Phillips a 3; West Cedar st., F. A. Richardson a 37; White 
ST., II. B. Butler a 45, E. Downing a 54, Wm. Waters. Jr. a 45 ; 
Williams St., M. M. Allen a 17; Woodbine ST., T. B. Huntoon 
a S; Worcester ST., Jacobs & Deane a 33; Zeigler st., J. M. 
Marston a 17, True Russell a 30 
1809, notices of intention to 1mil<l, eta. : Albany st , J. M. 
Adams a 56, N. Adams a iSS, C. G. Bird, Jr. a 121, J. C. Cooper 
a 173, Tlios. Keyes a 41 ; Alger st., T. H. Milligan a 241, Wilson 
& Buzzell a 101; Allston st., W. M. Rumery a 179; Alpine 
ST., D. P. Nichols a 267, Geo. Patterson a 291 ; Anderson St., 
J. L. Roberts a 2S; Andover st., M. H. Freeman a 219; 
Appleton ST., S. Stillings a S4, 261, C. Swallow a 18S, S. J. 
& G. Tuttle a 173; Athens st., John Clancy a 184; Atlantic 
ST., F. O. Clark a 161; Avery st., Tolman & Hunting a 12; 
Avon pl., B. F. Dewing a 267, Small & Post a 167, S. J. F. 
Thayer a 41, 194, H. M. Wilson a 232; B ST., J. Cronin a 56, M. 
Curry a 232, Frizzle & Thomas a 304, E. Hennessey a 101, J. Joyce 
a 304, Thos. Keyes a 84; Bainbridge st., A. J. Brown a iSS; 
Baktlett st., S. Sanborn a 253; Barton st., M. F. Wells 
a 10S; Bath st., W. M. Rumery a 71; Battery st., Richard 
Collins a 71, W. A. Prescott a 64, C. P. Stetson a 13S; Baxter 
st., J. Murphy a 261, H. Orchard a 232; Beach Glen ave., S. M. 
Allen a 143; Beach st., M. Dowling a C4; Beacon st., E. 
Adams a 71, T. P. Briggs a 312, Brown & Leavitt a 121, B. F. 
Dewing a 13S, Emerson & Fehmera 94, I. & PI. M. Harmon a 71, 
13S, Fred Pope a 10S, W. G. Preston a 12S, Sturgis & Brigham a 12S, 
T. J. Whidden a 219; Bedford st., J. C. Crowley a 71 ; Bennet 
ave., David Flynn a 17; Bennington st., J. E. Brown a 312, 
D. Damon a 179, 'P. Knowlesa iSS, A.J. Preble 3219, W. Waters & 
Son a 194; Berkeley st., Brown & Leavitt a 41, I. & H. M. 
Hannona 298; Beverly ST., C. & G. Barker a 12, 138, Torreys 
& Co. a 121, O. M. Wentworth a 2S5 ; Black, tjne st., G. W. Ger- 
risii a 202; Bond st., N. L. Strong a 94; Border st., J. F. & 
D. J. Haines & Co. a 173, S. Small a 154; Bowdoin st., Safford & 
Norton a 154; Bowen St., A. Mitchell a 257; Bower St., C. E. 
Draper a 207, R. L. Garlick a 312; Bowker st., Nath'l Adams 
a 121, O. Wentworth a 134; Boylston ST., Ivory Bean a 114, N. 
J. Bradlee a ic8, L. M. Bur, ess a 2S5, I. & H. M. Har.non a 71, 
A. C. Martin a iSS, M. Wilson a 41, SS; Brighton st., J. P. 
Hart a 223, A. W. Taylor a 213; Brimmer st., J. P. Barnard 
a 179, Brown & Leavitt a 41, A. C. Martin a 147, Morton & 
Chesley a 154; Broad st., Batchelder Brothers a 12; Bsoad- 
way, N. Adams a 213, Baxter & Vinal a 154, R. Bishop a S8, 
H. Clapp a 10S, S. Connolly a 2S1, D. Darling a 12S, W. H. 
Dodge a 12, J. J. Giblin a iSS, M. S. GifFord a 184, 273, J. Lynch 
a iSS, R. McDevitt a 241, J. McSweeney a 101, Wm. Park a 213, 
J. M. Porter a 10S, J. P. Power a 101, R. Provan a 143, S. Robin- 
son a 12S, J. Sears & Son a 219, G. E. Shackley a 121, S. J. F. 
Thayer a 101, J. Quinn a 71, Williams & Co. a 35 ; Bromfield 
st., Standish & Woodbury a 114, J. T. Whidden a S4; Brook- 
line st., L. Bartlelt a 101, I. Bean a 161, A. H. Morris a 14, 
Morton & Che>ley a 64, Smail & Post a S4; Brooks st., J. 
Cassens a 64, J. Dorgan a 179, Frame & Jordan a 2S1, Geo. 
Flargrave a 114, PI. Playes a 184, D. C. Ryder a 161 ; Brown st., 
M. C. Murphy a 18S; Bulfinch st., S. Studley a 22 ; C ST., 
Holbrook & Harlow a 291, J. Joyce a 4S, S. Newell a 41 ; Cabot 
ST., M. Briody a 147, J. Devine a 194, W. H. Honywill a 71, 
Honywill & McMahon a 281, C Millmore a 143, J. Streak a 35; 
Cambridge st., M. P. Bickford a iSS, N. J. Bradlee a 4S, W. 
J. Irving a 41, J. L. Roberts a 84, W. F. Savage a 17, T. Wilson 
a iSS; Camden St., Geo. Wirth a 121; Canal st., W. A. Ham 
a 194; Carlton st., J. L. Small a 304; Carver st., B. Royce 
a 194; Castle st., A. H. Glover a 121; Causeway st.,'A. 
Abbott a 179, 223, S. J. F. Thayer a 194, H. P. Wilson a 2S; 
Cedar St., F. D. Osgood a 232; Centre st., M. Libbey a 161, 
L. Weissbein a 121; Chadwick St., Wm. Kidney a 161, Ge~. 
Kriegel a 1S4, M. Mulore a 134, M. Mulvee a 143, T. Whalen 
a 143; Chambers st., F. F. Wheelocka94: Chandler St., Fox 
& Studley a 273, M. Hayes a 253, M. S. & G. N. Miller a S4, S. 
M. Shapleigh a2S£; Chapman st., T.J. Whidden aSS; Chardon 
st., E Merrill a 94; Charles st., Richards & Bates a 6\; 
Charlestown ST., A. Mair a 161; Chauncy st., N. Adams 
a 312, N. J. Bradlee a 94, I. & H. M. Harmon a 161, G. W. 
Pope a 56, L. Weissbein a 10S; Cheever ct., M. McLean a 241 ; 
Chelsea st., P. Clark a 179, J. Downey a 143, J. F. & D. J. 
Haines & Co. a 134, M. H. Leonard a 267,"J. McCormick a 94, "J. 
Noonan a 114, J. Walsh a 219, Wilkinson, Carter & Co. a 261; 
Church st., B. F. Dewing a 261, F. Jones, Bros. & Co. a 261, P. 
McAleer a 267, J. Murphy a 161; Circuit St., P. Leach a iSS; 
Clapp st., T. K. Daunt a" 261 ; Clarendon St., J. McNeal 3253; 
Clark st., P. Walsh a 154; Colony st., C. Lee a 64; Co- 
lumbus AVE., J. McNeil a 134, 267, Tolman & Hunting aSS; 
Commercial st., F. Balch a 138, D. H. Jacobs a 143, II. Snelling 
& Co. a 167; Commonwealth ave., I. & H. M Harmon a 71, 
Ware & Van Brunt a 192; Conant st., J. Reidel a 179; Condor 
st., W. A. Kendrick a 173, C. A. Taggard a 173; Congress st., 
T.J. Whidden a 88, C. Woodberry& Son a 94; Cooper ST., J. Gib 
son a 2S1 ; Cortes st., H. O. Wheeler a 232; Cottage st., J. 
Gallagher a 267, E. Harrigan a 291 ; Court sq_., N. J. Bradlee a64| 
Court st., G. W. Chipman a 12S, J. F. & D. J. Haines a 312, A. 
& J. McLaren a 202, Richardson & Young a 173; D ST., J. & W. 
R. Cavanagh a 143, T. K. Daunt a 121, II. A. Doe a 56, 94, P. 
Doherty a 179, J. Mullen, a 161, N. S. Smith a 12 ; Dale st., J. V. 
N. Stubbs a 192 ; Decatur st., J. F. Haynes & Co. a 56, D. Irving 
a 233, W. Sayward a 161, R. Wright 101 ; Dedham ST., O. Russell 
a 35; Dennis st., E. Adams a 71, S. H. L. Pierce a 267; Derne 



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ST., Peterson & Goodwin a 253, Richardson & Young a 101, F. 

B. Winter a 213; Devonshire st., N. J. Bradlee a 41, J. E. &N. 
Brown a 84, W. L. Burt a 64, P. W. Chandler a 194, Faulkner & 
Clark a 84, C. W. Freeland a 108, D. E. Poland a 41 ; Dix PL , 
H. W. Brown a 192; Dorchester st., T. K. Daunt a 267, E.J. 
Davenport a 291. M. Driscob a 1S4. H. Grimes a 241, J. Luchine 
a 1S4, S. H. L. Pierce a 213, G. E. Shackley a 154, E. Tarbell a 154; 
Dokr ST., T. A. Taylor a 94; Dove st., Burrill & Whitney a 64, 
202, J. J. Carney a 213, P. Kain a 161, F. Shea a 1S4; Dover st., 
Barnard & Lancaster a 18S; Dudley- st., Dean & Pyne a 121, 
M, Leavitt a 41, C. Tilden, Jr. a 22 ; Est., T.Crosby a 121, J. H. 
Wigglesworth a 71; Eagle st., J. S.Jenks, Jewett & Pitcher, 

F. W. Pitcher, D. Scott a 8S; East Castle st., W. L. & C. J. 
Prescott a 94; East Dover st., E. A. Richards a 4.8; East New- 
ton st., Damon & Campbell a 147; East Springfield st., A. 
Lewis a 114, S. F. Towle a 12; East st., Keyes & Kelley a 179; 
East-st. pl., Keyes & Kelley a 179; Edgerly' pl., ]. Graham 
a 1S8; Edinboro' st., A. R.'Esty a 291, J. N. Sturtevant a 253; 
Eighth st., J. A. Barnard a 304, J. E. Blakemore ajri, D. Carroll 
a 4S, G. E. Carroll a 161, E. J. Davenport a 134, PI. PI. RoseaioS, 

G. Scherer a 179, D. Sweeney a 213 ; Eliot st., D. J. Jacobs a S3, 
M. Mum-oe a 121 ; Ellerv St., B. F. Sheffield a 223; Elmwood 
ST., Standish & Woodbury a iSS; Emerson St., A. L. Bailey 
a 184, A. L. Flanders a 114; Endicott St., P. McFceley a 194, 
J. B. Meserve a 56, R. Moore a 84, 147, 194, 267, Richardson & 
"Young a 173; Essex st., Wm. M. Rumery a 13S, Tolman & 
Hunting a 161, H. M. Wilson a 71 ; Eutaw St., D. H. Blaney 
a 291, D. Damon a 71, J. F. & D. J., Haines & Co. a 173, John 
Kennison a 94, A. & J. McLaren a 134, D. Jack a 64, W. Waters, 
Jr. a 12S; Eustis ST., Frame & Jordan a 2S1 ; Everett st., J. 
McCormick a 253, H. A. Sharp a 88; Exchange st., Tolman & 
Hunting a 2S; F ST., M. Downes a 17, P. Kain a 241 ; Fayette 
st., Harding & Neily a 194; Federal st., N. Adams a 273, R. 
Bishop a SS, Geo. E. Clark a 291, M. F. Downing a 12, M. Drinan 
a 241, P. Hayes a 17, Hnssey & Lowea iSS, ]. W. Leatherbeea232, 
W. L. Lucas a 173, J. H. Milligan a 2S, E. "Mills a 192, W. Peard 
a 213, T. W. Pratt a 161, J. Shea a 101, T. Sprague a 121, A. War- 
ren a 71 ; Fifth st., A.'L. Bailey a 261, J. Donovan a 173, E. R. 
Frost a 179, J. Hickie a 56, C. G. Hord a 202, L. Logan a 232, J. 
Lynch a 35, J. E. McCammon a 41, M. W. Parker a 56, T. Reilly 
a 161, J. Smith a 173, Webb & Ward a 261 ; First st., Barnes & 
Barker a 48, J. A. Bell a 202, J. Hogan a 184, J. W. West a T43; 
P"orest st., J. D. Western a 134 : Fourth St., A. L. Bailey a 253, 
J. A. Bell a 147, M.M. Bixby &Co.a 173, J. Christie 141, M. Curry 
a4S, J. Devine a.'ji, H. Flynn a4S, H. V. Hathaway a SS, Holbrook 
& Harlow a 4S, F. James a 41, Keyes & Kelley a 232, H. W. King 
a202, N. Mclves a 223, J. H. Milligan a 2S, E.'O'Connora 147, 291, 
W. Peard a 71, 194, H. Penniman a4i, Geo. Rossa iSS,W. Sayward 
aSS, J. Sears & Son a 2S1, J. A. Thomas a 94, W. H. Warner a 213, 
J. T. Watson a 281 ; Franklin pl., T. PI. Kelley a 213; Friend 
ST., A. Abbott a 84, J. Fitch a 12S, "B. H. Flanders a 64, Wm. 
Soule a 1S4; Fruit St., S. P. Bennett a 161, Danielson & Johnson 
a 121 ; G ST., y. Ring a 281 ; Gates st., C. H. Callahan a 184, F. 
O Clark a 213', E. Plale aSS, P. J. Harris a 291, Miller & Horton 
a 71, H. P. Muldoon a 1S4; Genesee st., P. McDermott a 223; 
George st., J. W. Dean a 267; Gold st., T. Bryant a SS, F. O. 
Clark a 325, Keyes & Kelley a 232, I. A. Medbury a 8S, 267, E. 
O'Connor a iSS; Green st., A. Brown a 56, S. Podesta a 143; 
Grove Hall ave.. Stafford & Presbrey a 12, J. W. Tobey a 161 ; 
Grove st., C. H. Taggard a 101 ; Guild st., C. H. Blodgett 
a 114; H ST., Webb &'Ward a 12S; Hamburg St., B. Doherty 
a 134; Hammond park, A. Avery a 273; Hampden St., J. Clear 
a iSS, A. D. Williams a 304; Hampshire St., J. Gallagher a SS, 

C. Tilden, Jr. a 22; Hancock st., C. K. Kirby a 28, SS; Han- 
over ave., P. Hession a 22^; Hanover St., J. PI. Bancroft 
a 13S, C. & G. Barker a 64, M. P. Bickford a 194, N. J. Bradlee 
a SS, C. Chipman & Son a 13S, 147, H. Partridge a 143, M. Pierce 
a 10S, Richardson & Young a 41, M. Tirrell a 253, F. B. Winter 
a 101 ; Harrison ave., E. C. Drew a 2S, Plaley, Morse, & Boyden 
a 223, Asa Lewis a 147, W. A. & S. G. Lewis a 12, Wm. Maguire 
a 41, T. Marshall a ^5, O. Nawn a 56, J. r.'oiton a 291, R. Scott 
a 121, S. A. Way a SS, S. & A. R. Whittier a 101, 223; Harvard 
st., B. F. Prescott a 18S; Havre St., Henry Bailey a 291, W. 
W. & [. F. Bennett a 232, D. Damon a 241, Frame & Jordan a 202, 
J. F. & D. J, Haines a3i2, M. McCarthy a 253; Hawthorne St., 
Alden Frink a 173 ; Haynes st., D. L. Grady a 325, Ira B. Quimby 
a iSS; Heath st., James Laughlin a 2S5 ; PIigh st., J. E. & N. 
Brown a 12, S4, Martin & Shepherd a iSS, D. E. Poland a 213; 
Highland ave., Alden Frink a 114; Highland st., George 
Lewis a 134; Howard st., C. E. Parsons a 41 ; Hudson st., W. 
A. & S. G. Low a 71, Mary Ryan a 18S, Samuel A. Way a 223; 
Hyde st., J. & T. A. Bu'rkhardt a 2S1 ; I ST., D. W. Beckler 
a 194, M. Breen a 179, Webb & "Ward a 101 ; Irving St., Ira 
Litchfield a ig2, Slade Luther a 161 ; Jefferson st., B. Thayer 
a 2S1 ; Joy St., Peterson & Goodwin a 56; K ST., A. L. Bailey 
a 64, D. A. Berry a 312, Burrill & Whitney a 12S, 202, E. B. Rich 
a SS, Isaac Somes a 94, E. S. Winchester a 261 ; Kemble st., 
Patrick Mulhearn a 232; Kendall st., Beatty & Millmore a 192, 
Louis Earle a 192, J. Scherer 134, Spenceley & Earl a 101 ; Kings- 
ton st., John R. Hall a 114, Julius Hincke a 134; Lambert ST., 
Jos. W. "Tucker a S4; Lehigh st., J. & W. Cavanagh a 22; 
Lenox ST., Angus Douglas a 22, John Lamb a 143, C. J. Spence- 
ley a 48, James Tevan a 134; Leverett ST., Benjamin Bobbins 
a 64, James Shields a 41 ; Lexington st., Geo. Hargrave a 192, 
253, A. & J. McLaren a 12, Theodore F. Rollins a 173, Samuel 
Small a 121, Stephenson & Emory a 12; Lincoln st., Julius 



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Hincke a 134, F. H. Moore a 35, H. H. Rose a 194.; Linden park, 
John Hegan a 147; Liverpool st., W. W. & J. F. Bennett a 12, 
35, A. McCrillis a 12, Robert Wright a 194; London st., Wm. 
Cutcliff a 41, Wm. McKenney a 202, Patrick Twomey a 232; 
Longwood ave., Thomas G. Caldwell a 291, P. Doyle a 304, 
James McCormick a 232, Krancis Meiian a 273, Lawrence Mo rant 
a 88, S. VV. Nudd a 154, Casper Schafer a 267; Lynde St., F. A. 
Richardson a 12S; Magazine St.. John Poggi a 219; Marginal 
ST., Owen Clancy a 128, James W. Cooper a 194, Henry Law 
a 94; Marion st., Patrick Fitzpatrick a 94; Marlboro' ST., T. 
P. Briggs a 325, C. Brigham a 261, J. & H. M. Harmon a 2S, 
241, 298, J. H. Sturgis a 261 ; Matthews ST., J. E. & N. Brown 
a 179 ; Maverick sq^, J. F. & D. J. Haines & Co. a 184 ; Maver- 
ick st., Henry Bailey a 134, Dennis Nolan a 273; Mechanic 
ST., Timothy Kinahan a 312; Mercer St., F. O. Clark a 154; 
Meridian st., D. Damon a SS, John M. Doane a 64, Samuel 
Small a 273; Merrimac St., Robert Bunten a 94; Middle ST., 
Geo. W. Johnson a 253, J. L. Miller a 2S5, Samuel L. Rosnosky 
a 223; Milford pl., Thomas Scott a 121; Milford St., B. F. 
Dewing a 323, Geo. S. Griggs a 219, P. J. Hughes 28, N. Wheeler 
& Co. a 253; Milk st., N.J. Bradlee a 71, Wm. L. Burt a 64; 
Monmouth st., Thomas A. Foster a 12, J. F. & D. J. Haines 
& Co. 121, McDonald & Lawton a 114; Montgomery St., Charles 
A. Fox a 64; Mt. Vernon st., Hartwell & Swasey a 167, 
Weston & Shepard a 241 ; Mt. Warren pl., Charles E. Lane 
a 48, C. A. Smith a 161 ; Munroe st., J. F. Baker a 192, M. Silva 
a 223; N st., Patrick Kain a 48; Nassau ave., Joel T. Watson 
a 94; National st., F. O. Clark a 161, D. A. Perry a 64; New- 
bury st., N. J. Bradlee a 241, Stevens & Pratt a 173; Newland 
ST., M. McBarron a 253, Edward F. Talbot a 108; Newman st., 
Wm. Glass a 2S, John Mullaya 2S; Newton st., Wm. Sayward 
aSS; Ninth st., James Allen a 179, Thomas Britton a 17, J. B. 
Carpenter a 194, 267, Bernard Lynch a 147, Francis McCabe a 202, 
S. H. L. Pierce a 213, James Sisson a 64; Norfolk ave., Patrick 
F. G itely a 223, Thomas Kenney a 241, C. Wright & Co. a 241, G. 
Wright & Co. a 267; Norfolk st., Henry Coy a 134, Thomas K. 
Daunt a 48, Jos. W. Tucker a 41 ; North st., Barnard & Lan- 
caster a 4S, Mary Ann Hobbs a 22, Richardson & Young a 312, 
Chas. Woodberry & Son a 108; North Grove st., Weston & 
Shepard a 17; North Margin St., Gerrish & Lowry a 13S, 
Richardson & Young a 173; North Russell st., Stephenson 
& Emery a 1S8, John Towne & San a 12; Northampton st., 
F. A. Richardson a 94, Jacob Uriota iSS; Northfield st., Batt. 
Barry a 291 ; Norwich st., Peter McKenna a 17, 219; O ST., S. 
S. Perkins a 267; Old Harbor. St., Joseph Bassett a 173, W. F. 
Horton a 241, W. A. & S. G. Low a 143, Geo. F. Pond a 1S4; 
Oliver St., A. C. Martin a 179, M. Ventriss a 2S1 ; Ontario 
St., James Milligan a 2S5, 312 ; Orleans st., Seldon Brown a2&i ; 
P ST., Wm. Denin a SS, P. S. Quirk a 101, Owen Sullivan 
a 167; Paris St., James Baker a 101, Timothy Madden a 94, 
Christopher Roop a 232, H. A. Sharp a 179, 273; Parker ST., 
Roger Drury a 219, Michael Killian a 2S1, P. H. Rogers a SS; 
Parkman st., Adam Amrheing a 114, .'). F. Lord & Son a 143, 
Slade Luther a 94; Pelham st., A. Frink a 121; Pemberton 
sq_., J. O. Mason a SS; Perrin ST., Ivory Harmon a 48, 361, C. 
Tilden, Jr. a 64, 10S; Phillips st., Nathaniel Freeman a 71, 
Richards & Parks a 261, Lewis Williams a SS; Piedmont st., E. 
M. Montague a 143, D. E. Poland a 1S4, J. L. Simonds a 147, M. 

F. Wells a 1S4; Pitts st., John Gilman a 219, John L. Noyes 
aSS;C. E. Parsons a iSS; Pitts-st. ct., C. E. Parsons a iSS; 
Pleasant st., F. J. Doe a 35, J. Eichhorn a 161, Samuel Rice 
a 134, Henry B. Stratton a 154, D. W. Titcomb a 3S; Poplar St., 
Slade Luther a S4 ; Portland st., Wm. N. Abbott a 285 ; Preble 
st., George E. Clark a 2S5 ; Prentiss St., Wm. Goldsmith a 12, 
S4, John Mahoney a 101, 1S4; Prince St., John Cavanagh, John 
Lahey a 147; Princeton st., Thos Cassidy a 298, Wm. Crowley 
a 241, Davis Dauma22, E. Downing a 194, George Hargravea iSS; 
Lawrence & Messenger a 273, A. & J. McLaren a 173, Wm. Mes- 
senger a 219, E. Pinkham a 71, S. E. Sellon a 147, W. S. Williams 
a 273; Province st., D. H. Jacobs a 56, P. McAleer a 41 ; Pur- 
chase ST., J. E. & N". Brown aS4; Pynchonst., G. W. Decatur 
a 261, Edward Taylor a 192; Quincy st., Wm Bowe a 223, 
Nicholas Schmitt a 261 ; Regent st., Timothy Kelly a 219; 
Revere St., George and Frederick Carson a 223; River st., 

G. T. W. Braman a 121; Rochester st., M. H. McLaughlin 
a 223, Daniel Murphy a S3; Rogers st., Geo. E. Clark a Si; 
Ruggles pl., John McGnckian a 304, T. B. Swett a 167; Rug- 
gles ST., Bell & Bailey a 192, Peter Curley a 29S, A. J. Hathaway 
a 64, John P. Sexton a 213, John P. Saxton a 219; St. James 
ave., W. E. Blanchard a SS; Salutation ST., N. H. Cary a 202; 
Saratoga ST., J. & W. C. Downing a 12, Edwin Greeley a 114, 
A. J. Preble a 101, James Sweetser a 13S, Wilson & Drake a iS3; 
Sawyer st., C. J. Spenceley a 2S1 ; School st., Charles Edward 
Parker a 35; Second st., D. W. Beckler a 41, D. A. Berry a 202, 
Patrick Boyle a 10S, Burrill & Whitney a 64, 167, Alonzo "Dexter 
a 173, L. H. Dwelley a 291, Patrick Hanlon a 154, f. Harrington 
a 192, B. & J. R. Meins a 223, Patrick Murray a 267 ; Seventh St., 
T. K. Durant a 10S, M. T. & W. Glynn a 167, Henry Grimes 
a 71, J. Malonea 161,312, A. Mitchell a 253, N. D. Randall a 22, Wm. 
Saunders a84, G. E. Shackley a 108, Webb & Ward a 147 ; Shawmut 
ave., J. F. Watson a iSS, S. M. Allen a 213, J. McBarren a 121, 
R. S. Wade a 121, Richards & Bates a 304, J. P. McKay a 147, 
Robert Wright a 179, Baxter & Vinal a 8S; Shawmut pl., C. H. 
Hill a 261 ; Shirley st., Dean & Pyne a I2S; Silver St., Thos. 
Sullivan a 114, J. H. Vinal a 291, J. F. Cole a 2S1 ; Sixth St., J. 
A. Bell a 134, T. K. Daunt a 147, 179, 261, J. J. Driscoll a 267, 273, 



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W. G. Farnum a 261, L. H. Jones a 223, P. J. McCuen a 1S4, R. 
Presby & Co. a 194, J. and J. Ryan a 147, G. E. Shackley a 173, 
Joseph Wagner a 28; Smith ST., T- O'Sullivan a 121, Wm. Prelsing 
a 241, F. A. Schell a 241, S. Weiler a 94; Somerset st., Asa 
Lewis a 167 ; South Margin st., Hugh Flood a 64, Owen Howard 
a 22, Michael Keenan a 64, J. B. Meserve a 154, J. A. Ryan 
a 121; S. Russell st., W. F. Savage a 223; South St., F. 
A. Schell a 281 ; Spring St., T. L. Jenks a 41; State St., N. 
J. Bradlee a 84, C. K. Kirby a 192; Sterling st., Alden Avery 
a SS, Wm. Sayward a 2S1 ; Strafford st., A. J. Tibbetts a 304; 
Sturtevant wharf, H. Calder & Co. a 29S; Sullivan St., 
J. S. Bulger a S4; Summer St., J. E. & N. Brown a 12, J. Perkins 
a 312, Whittlesey & Coffin a 167; Sumner st., Jos. Coslin a 167, 
Haines & Co. a 128, Hill & Wright a 56, H. A. Sharp a 18S; 
Chas. Simmons a 2S; Swan st., R. Bishop a 64; Taber st., J. 
M. Marston a 213; Telegraph St., L. M. Innes a 35, Thos. 
Mitchell a iSS; Temple pl., N. H. Emmons a 56; Third ST., J. 
A. Allen a 134, Edward Brogan a 18S, Alonzo Dexter a 173, Mark 
Dowling a 64, Patrick Lanergan a 128, A. Lent a SS, Miller & 
Horton a 101, A.NewaiSS, P. O'Doherty a 253,0. H. Pitman 
a 56, Patrick Raftry a 241, J. Shaughnessey a 64, H. B. Stratton 
a 13S, 2S1, W. H. Warner 12S; Thomas st., James Currier a 41 ; 
Tremont st., N. J. Bradlee a 101, 143, B. Burlingame a 154, 
Thos. Dolan a i}S, G. G. Elder & Son a 114, Ivory Emmons a 48, 
W. J. R. Evans' a 184, Haines & Co. a 261, j. R. Hall a 223, B. E. 
Hastings a 64, E. and G. G. Hook a 223, J. J. Hosmer a 13S, C. K. 
Kirby a 12, G. V. Leicester a 232, T. Lyons a 2S5, T. McCarty a iSS, 
G. F. Meacham a 192, Wm. Morse a 10S, Jacob Nauer a 4S, J. F. 
Paul a 154, E. A. Perkins a 202, B. Perry a 114, Richards & Park 
a 94, 134, 179, 253, A. S. Ripley a 17, 71, Ryder & Harris a 17, Geo. 
Schell a 94, 167, E. & C. H. Smith a 101, Stoddard & Willcutt 
a 101, S. J. & G. Tuttle a 28, B. D. Whitcomb a 304; Trenton 
ST., Frame & Jordan a 12S, N. M. Jewett a 161, A. McQuarry 
a 64, J. W. Odiorne a 134, W. L. Ryder a 167, W. Waters, Jr. 
a 291 ;" Tudor St., T. K. Daunt a 232, S. A. Field a 64, James 
Flavin a 219, James Gaff a iSS, Frank Jones a 219, James Rolston 
a 241, Dennis Sweeney a 188; Union" park, Ivory Bean a 114; 
Union-park st., Maurice Kidney a 41; Union st., Barnes & 
Barker a 64, C. K. Kirby a 173; Village St., T. Connelly a 33, 
241, J. Griffin a 273, W. Hayford a94; Vinton st., Frank Jones 
a S4"; Wall st., Patrick Griffin a 17; Walnut ave., H. G. Lunt 
a 114; Waltham ST., Chamberlin & Marston a 48, 94, F. H. 
Richardson a 325; Ward St., Edward McGuikian a 147 ; War- 
ren ave., D. S. Johnson a 84; Warren pl., C. Tilden, Jr. a 121 ; 
Warren st., Barrows & Morse a 241, Boston Highlands Metho- 
dist Church a 167, John Gilbert a 64, Wm. Morse a 134, F. Rose 
a 2S, W. A. Woodward a 4S; Washington St., Nathaniel Adams 
a 28, S. M. Allen a 35, M M. Bixby & Co. a 241, N. J. Bradlee 
a 56, N. Clark a 1S8, M. S. Dix a 2S1, Wm. Evans a 10S, Grover 
& Baker a 56, D. H. Jacobs a 64, J. A. Leighton a 41, J. M. Mars- 
ton a 167, G. F. Meacham a 304, G. W. Meserve a 36, M. S. &G. L. 
Miller a 241, Odiorne & Wheeler a 101, J. O'Neil a 213, C. A. 
Richards a 22, H. H. Rose a 1S8, H. B. Sargent a 10S, Small & 
Post a S4. Union Penny Savings-Bank a7i, W. B. Wadman a 56, 
L. Weissbein a 213, N. Wheeler & Co. a 4S, Mrs. Wiltshire a S4; 
Water ST., W. L. Burt a 64, Ware & Van Brunt a 323 ; Way 
ST., Hussey & Lowe a 35; Webber ST., Margaret McCarty a 22, 
J. M. Marston a 108; Webster st., S. G. Chase a 13S; West ST., 
Mark Dowling a 12; W. Castle ST., Wm. Smitn a 12S; W. 
Cedar st., T. P. Briggs a 213, P. McAleer a 202, Richardson 
& Young a 202, J. L. Roberts a 28; W. Newton st., C. P. Herrick 
a 213; Wheeler's ct., E. A. Knowlton a 167; White st., S. L. 
Cleaves a 143, D. Damon a 41, J. M. Prior a 219; White-st. ct., 
I. H. Williams a 179; Williams ST., J. W. Dean ai2; Wilmont 
ST., J. F. Mayo a 304; Winchester st., J. W. Edgerly a 267; 
Woodburn ST., T. B. Huntoon a uS; Woodward st., J. L. 
Bowers a 281, Geo. E. Clark a 219, 232, J. H. Giblin a 179, Thos. 
Gogin a 179, S. H.L. Pierce a 312; Worcester square, Wm. 
Morse a 161; Yarmouth st., McDonald & Lauton a 213; Yeo- 
man st., Wm. B. Gage a 147, Wm. O'Keefe a ioS; Zeigler ST., 
John Gilbert a 12S, C. Tilden, Jr. a 267 
1870, streets : order relative to occupying for building purposes a 40, 44 
notices of intention to build's A ST., Keyes & Co. a 285, H. 
H. Rose a 14S; Adams ST., Eddy Bros, a 294, G. McBride a 283; 
Albany st., Boston Kindling Wood Co. a 273, P. Hanlon a 132, 
294, A. W. Hanson a 51, J. W. Leatherbee a 62, 75, 14S, E. 
Parkinson a 302, B. F. Prescott a 2S5, J. Sears & Son a 263, A. T. 
Stearns & Sons a 30S, T. B. Swett a 30S, C. Tilden, Jr. a 193; 
Albion st., W. H. Stone a 70; Alden st., J. S. Crooker a 93; 
Allen St., H. C. Angell a 195, D. Davies a 233; Appleton st., 
Tuttle Bros. & Co. aS3, F. B. Winter a 1S2; Arnold st., Wm. 
Goldsmith a 70; Ashburton place, J. S. Read a 182; Ashland 
st., H. P. Oakman a 326; Athens St., Keyes & Co. a 2S3, Asa 
Mitchell a 122; Atlantic ave., J. W. Converse a 116; Atlantic 
st., J. L. Geddes a 17; Avon place, M. Corey a 132, George 
Gardner a 38; Bst., A. Bowers a 263, James Bulger a 70, Dennis 
Collins a 26, Maurice Curry a 100, Michael Moore a 21, J. Tighe 
a 171 ; Bainbridge st., J. O. Kent a 302 ; Ball st., Charles Davis 
a 100, R. Wright a 302; Barton st., D. R. Palmer a 336; Bat- 
tery ST., W. A. Prescott a 136; Baxter st., Patrick Hanlon 
a 1S2, Perkins & Weeks a 336; Beach st., W. H. Leach a 2S5; 
Beacon st., Bourne & Leavitt a 21, D. Davies & son a 320, 
"I. & H. M. Harmon a 107, 263, C. K. Kirby a 302, Frederick 
Pope a 156, 263, Weston & Shepherd a 211, H. Whitwell a 253, 
F.B. Winter a 193; Bennet ave., David Flynn a 75; Benning- 
ton st., Frame & Jordan a 171, W. B. Gardiner a 136, N. C. Joy 









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a 294, Mrs. McSheehy a 132, J. W. Morris a 263, Morse & 
Stowe 11320, A. J. Preble a 171, W.J. Ramsdell a 263; Bent st., 
J. R. Hall a 100; Berkeley St., N. Adams a 313, Bryant & 
Rogers a 171, B. F. Dwight a 100, W. M. Rumery a S3; Ber- 
wick park, U. II. Coffin a 1S2; Beverly st., Hewett & Web- 
ster a 273; Billerica St., Calvin Varney a 223; Bird St., A. F. 
Harvey a 171; Blackstone st., E. P. Mine a 1S2; Blossom 
ST., S. Tenney a 199; J. C. Tncker a 156; Bond st., C. Bartlett 
a 245; Border St., \V. W. & J. F. Bennett a 199, G. M. Bird 
a 206, S. Y. Chase a 320, Frame & Jordan a 239, Kenney, Calder, 
& Co. a 6, 199, Purcell & Fowle a 75; Boston St., J. H. Upham 
a 17; Bowdoin sq^., Seward & Morgan a 171, S. A. Way a 75; 
Bower St., B. F. Bean a 253; Bowker st., Sargent & Ham 
a 199; Boy'LSTon st., C. P. Adams a 229, A. C. Morton a 263, 
S. D. Nickerson a 237, G. & 0. Nowell a 263, G. & J. Page 
a 229; Bremen St., D. Nolan a 273; Brighton st., Wm. Blake 
& Co. a 182, E. H. Brabrook a 62, J. D. Linney a 2S5, G. S. 
Pike a 294, John White a 70; Brimmer St., Bowen & Leavitt 
a 75; Bristol st., J. A. Blair a 211; Broad st., J. E. & N. 
Brown a 253; Broadway, W. V. Bail a S3, 336, A. L. Bailey 
a 2S9, Carew & Lynch a 141, James Devine a 211, M. S. Dix & 
Co. a 62, French, Emerson & Co. a 229, M. A. Gifford a 171, 
Hall & Eaton a 302, M. L. Ham a 263, P. Hanlon a 26, 75, 163, 
220, M. Harrihan a 14S, 149, H. A. Hatch & Brother a 122, 
H. Kelley a 245, Keyes & Kelley a 93, 132, M. H. Eibbey a 171, 
R. McDavitt a 253, J. J. Quinlan a 6, Judah Sears & Son a 107, 
263, South Boston Iron Co. a 112, James Walker a 191; Brook- 
line st., Baker & Campbell a 237, C. B. Barrett a 223, B. F. 
Dewing a 141, A. G. Moseley a 70, B. Perry a 237; Brook 
ave., J. P. McKay a 17; Brooks St.. J. D. Finn a S3, Frame & 
Jordan a 149, A. McDonald a 313; Bulfinch pl., G. & C. Now- 
ell a 93; C ST., J. Cessnon a .100, T. K. Dount a 199, David 
Hogan a 14S, P. May a 336; Cabot St., Andrew Gallagher a 43, 
Thos. Harvey a 206, Honeywell & McMahan a 1S2, J. McGarty 
a 37, Junes Milmore a 206, James O'Brien a 182; Cambridge 
ST., N. E. Chase a 70, B. H. Flanders a 294, T. Lyford & Co. 
a 273, T. E. Nichols a 211, Prescott & Moore a 308, N. A. Sil- 
loway a 107, S. Tenney a 199, John Trull a 148; Camden ST., 
J. Bean a 156; Canal St., S. C. Hayes a 122, A. D. Hoitt a 182, 
W. G. Preston a 171, Watson & Bisbee a 132, A. White a 14S; 
Canton ST., J. Morton a 206, James Scales a 12; Carney pl., J. 
& T. A. Taylor a 313; Carver St., Wm. Sohier a 122; Castle 
ST., S. A. Way a 122; Cedar st., F. C. R. Ellingcr a 182, J. F. 
Twombly a 149; Centre st., E. C. Burford a 37, J. R. Hall a 122; 
Chadwick ST., Harding & Neily a 308; Chambers St.. H. L. 
Brackett a 122, D. H. Jacobs a 156, F. A. Richardson a 83; 
Champney ST., James Bentham a 21; Chandler St., Nathaniel 
Adams a 141, J. G. Day a 195, Fox & Studley a 294, Martin Hayes 
a 14S, G. N. Miller a 132, M. S. & G. N. Miller a 211, Albert 
Stoddard a 93, 211, S. M. Shapleigh a 100, Stephen Stoddard 
a 122; Charles St., G. T. Burnham a 211, J. W. Edgerly a 43, 
C. S. Parker & Sons a 217, Seward & Morton a 245; Charles- 
town ST., Adams & Barstow a 199, C. & G. Barker a iro; 
Charter st., J. B. Hildreth a 132; Chauncy st.,G. F. Meacham 
a 1S2; Chelsea st., Kenney, Calder, & Co. a 100, D. Sheehy 
a 294; Chester ave., S. S. Cudworth a 37; Chester st., A. 
Dexter a 93; Chestnut st., N. J. Bradlee a 182, Rhei & Sayer 
a 171, Union boat club a 6, F. B. Winter a 148; Church st., G. & 

C. Nowell a 156, Union & Swift a 191 ; Circuit St., James Rock 
a 6; Clarendon st., G. F. Meacham a 132; Clapp St., James 
Malone a 51 ; Clark st., Peter Walsh a 116; Codman st., J. J. 
Burchard a 156; Columbus ave., M. M. Allen a 326, J. L. 
Ellingwood a 245, Hugh Flood a 156, A. Lowe a 237, R. Mc- 
Kay a 245, T. S. Mananan a 217, G. W. Meserve a 302, 336, G. 
W. Pope a 211, S. M. & J. W. Shapleigh a 211, S. Stubbs a 211, 
W. F. Wentworth a 30S; Commercial st., Adams & Barstow 
a 163, C. & G. Barker a 93, Thompson Boyd a 156; Commercial 
St., D., A. H. Glover a 58; Commonwealth ave., Bryant & 
Rogers a 171, Webster & Dixon a 253, C. A. Wood -a 62; Conant 
ST., A. Bowker a 17, G. W. Hobby & Co. a 75; Concord st., 
J. A. Bell a 237; Condor St., W. W. & J. T. Bennett a 75; Con- 
gress ST., C. L. Haley a 37; Cooper St., W. E. Donnell a 37; 
Copeland ST., G. H. Drew a 30S, F. Rose a 100; Cottage St., 

D. H. McKay a 21, W. L. Ryder a 199; Creek St., B & J. Roach 
a 253; Crescent ave., J. P. Cooper a 217; Crescent pl., Jas. 
Long a 163; Cross st., P. Hanlon a 163, Robert Moore a 116, 195; 
Culvert st., James Brady a 32, D ST., R. H. Barham a 100, 
Ross & Murray a 122; Dale st., C. Tilden, Jr. a 100; Dart- 
mouth st., J. McNeil a 263, J. Preston a 62, N. Wheeler & 
Sons a 237 ; Decatur st., David Irving a 93 ; Dix pl., Morton & 
Chesley a 211 ; Dorchester ave., J. Bannister a 253, Thompson 
Boyd a 58, J. P. Cooper a 132, Augustus Dickson a 132, M. T. 
Downing a 229, B. Glumer a 352, Linton Gramer a 58, ]. R. 
Grose a 211, J. E. Hall a 285, John Keen a 163, J. B. & J. W. 
Keene a 336, J. A. Kemp a 100, M. L. Lewis a 132, Jas. McNeil 
& J. H. Cooper a 163, John Proctor a 83, N T. Robinson a 237, 
J. & W. Stewart a 100, John Sullivan a 100, W. J. Vickery a 308; 
Dorchester st., J. B. Carpenter a 100, W. J. Glover a 62, Hen- 
ry Grimes a 1S2, 263, G. N. Gustin a 245, B. Johnson a 263, J. 
Kelly a 253, J. K. Pike a 195, DeLaporte & Blumbery a 171, 
Andrew Spence a 17, H. B. Stratton a 116, D. E. Wadleigh 
a 245; Dover st., J. Sears & Son a 253; Dudley St., S. W. 
Dewey a 229, A. J. Strout a 107; E ST., J. & W. R. Cavanagh 
a 182, T. K. Daunt a 141, James Dennie a 93, John Joyce a 163, 
F. H. Milligan a 132, J H. Milligan a 62, J. O'Brien a 320, Wm. 
Peard a 141 ; Eagle st., Rachael Davis a 122, Jewett & Pitcher 



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a 336; East Brookline st., J. F. Came a 163; East Castle 
st., S. A. Way a 253; East Concord st., P. 'Duffy a 285, F. 
Hussey a 229, N.E. Female Medical College a 93; East Dor- 
chester ave., D. H. McKay a 21 ; Edgerly pl., B. F. Colcord 
a 21; Eighth st., D. W. Beckler a 43, D. A. Berry a 171, T. 
Britten a 313, J. & W. R. Cavanagh a 6, F. O. Clark a 253, 
Matthias De Bock a 17, Faulkner, Clark, & Dorr a 107, T. A. 
Hayes a S3. John Joyce a 70, A. King a 229, L. McLaughlin 
a 70, W. W. Schofield a 294, J. K. Souther a 75; Eliot st., 
Barnard & Lancaster a 148, N. J. Bradlee a 58, 62, 163, C. Chip- 
man & Son a 58, Cummings & Sears a 229, Emerson & Fehmer 
a 14S, Faulkner & Clarke a 12, sS, 70, J. R. Hall a 5S, J. A. King 
a 313, C. K. Kirby a 93, J. W. McDonald a 148, G. F. Meacham 
a 110, 217, M. S. & G. N. Miller a 171, Morton & Chesley a 14S, 

C. F. Sleeper a 132; Elmwood st., B. F. Bean a 163; Emerson 
ST., Mark Dowling a 156, J. W. Dunn a 141, French, Emerson, 
& Co. a 191, M. Harrihan a 14S, 149, J.J. Nevens a 229; Endicott 
ST., J. G. Kelso a 223, H. C. Scally a 229; Erickson st., S. S. 
Putnam & Co. a 107; Essex St., Chamberlin & Marston a 1S2, J. 
O. Mason a 37, G. F. Meacham a 100, J. H. Milligan a 207; 
Eustis ST., J. G. Day a 195, 302, J. M. Dillman a 182, D. Moul- 
ton a 294, S. Sanborn a 163, Shaughnessy & Dugan a 51 ; Eutaw 
ST., E. Harrington a 6, S. H. Holbrook a 122, Kenney, Calder, 
& Co. a 17, 83, Wilson & Drake a 62; Everett st., D. McCallion 
a 263, John Harrigan a 32, B. McIIugh a 253, A. McKillop a 326, 
Kenneth McNeil a 107; Exeter pl., W. Pulsifer a 320; F ST., 
Burrill & Whitney a 51, 141, P. Cain a 156, J. French a 93, Wm. 
Wooda5i; Fabin ST., M. M. Bixby & Co. a 273 ; Federal ST., 
R. Bishop a 70. Boston Gaslight Co. a 313, J. E. & N. Brown 
a 253, S. Connolly a 116, E. Downing a 2S5, Sidney Fisher a 163, 
B. H. Flanders a 313, W. J. Glover a 62, Rudolph Holinquist 
a 5S, W. B. Pickett a 191, J. A. Robertson a 1S2, Standish & 
Woodbury a 199; Ferry' st., Richardson & Young a 37; Fifth 
ST., D. W. Beckler a 313, N. F. Berry a 182, J. J. Carney a 263, 
H. A. Doe a 100, J. & P. Dyce a 199, J. L. Geddes a 206, 237, 
Abraham Lent a 132, I. A. Medbery a 116, Asa Mitchell a 122, 
L. Weissbein a 141 ; First st., Maurice Leary a 83, John O'Brien 
a 1S2, S. H. L. Pierce a 253; Fleet st., C. T. Tripp a 1S2; For- 
est st., A. J. Tebbits a 30S; Fourth st., C. H. Bieler a 313, T. 
K. Daunt a 116, J. F. Ferguson a 253, French, Emerson, & Co. 
a 191, Holbrook & Harlow a 148, P. Kenney a 253, W. B. Mend- 
um a 237, G. N. Parker a 32, Wm. Peard a 217, John Pentland 
a 116, Wm. Sayward a 105, M.J. Shea a 217, C. O. Smith a 229, 

B. F. Tombs a 75, J. H. Wiggleswoith a 223; Franklin pl., 
Baker & Campbell a 17; Friend St., D. Chamberlain a 229, A. 

D. Hoitt a 273, G. A. Patrick a 182, W. G. Preston a 171, Levi 
Prosser a 163; Fruit st., Edward Byrne a 141, W. A. Prescott 
a 122; Fulton st., Thos. Lyford & Co. a 75 ; G ST., Mark Dowl- 
ing a 75; Gardiner st., J. E. Cahill a 245; Gardner ct., Sam- 
uel Smith a 26; Gates st., H. Allen a 70, L. D. Berry a 14S, N. 
F. Berry a 26, 182, 253, D. Lewis a 373; George St., Thomas 
Davana a 17, J. W. Dean a 17, Samuel Dimmock a 206, M. 
Kelly a 199, Lynch & Glazier a 17; Girard st., T. K. Daunt 
a 51; Gold st., W. Boyson a 273; Gouch ST., M. Leen a 237, 
Isaac McLean a 217, Seward & Morgan a 273 ; Green ST., Thomas 
Lyford & Co. a 107 ; Greenwich park., J. E. Galligan and J. 
Day a 294; Gkenville St., A. J. Tibbetts a 182; Grove Hall 
ave., Stafford & Presby a 211; Grove ST., E. B. Hine a 245; 
Halleck st., A. J. Houghton & Co. a 75; Hamburg st., James 
Finnigan a 70; Hammond st., Joseph Milmore a 156; Hampden 
ST., Boston Lead Co. a 308, P. D. Crosby a 141, Alden Frink a S3; 
Hampshire st., J. H. Navan a 320; Hanover st., G. F. Adams 
a 132, H. Bailey a 245, Baxter & Vinal a 132, M. P. Bickford 
a 70, H. E. Boynton & Co. a 107, N.J. Bradlee a 70, 83, Chas. 
Chipman & Son a 62, J. Doherty a 223, R. E. Dunlap & Co. a 171, 
2S5, Thos. Elston a 123, George Emerson a 37, Faulkner, Clarke, 
& Dorr a 100, 273, D. K. Flagg a 223, Alden Frink a 217, Michael 
Geraghty a 206, J. R. Hall a 116, E. B. Mine a 273, J.S.Jacobs 
a 263, Judkins & Stevens a S3, G. A. Lans a 122, Asa Lewis 
a 100, Slade Luther a 75, M. Lyons a 263, G. F. Meacham a 1S2, 
John Miller a 62, I. B. Morrill a 199, Morton & Chesley a 14S, J. P. 
Neal a 171, Clinton Viles a 70, D. R. Palmer a 1S2, D. E. Poland 
a 132, W. A. Prescott a 122, Richards & Park a 70, 75, Richardson 
& Young a 70, 93. John Ritchie a 122, 14S, W. H. Rymes & Wilder 
a 294, J. M. Shute a 100, E. Stoddard a 122, Frederick Walsh a 116, 
Ware & Van Brunt a 5S. Wm. Washburn & Sons a 75, Webster & 
Dixon a 132, J. H. Wilkinson a 1S2; Hanson St., II. N. Johnson 
a 1S2; Harrison ave., Chamberlin & Marston a 37, T. Connelly 
a 363, James Devine a 116, Henry Doherty a 133, Driscoll & French 
a 211, J. R. Hall a 123, J. W. Leatherbee a 133, M. M. McBarron 
a 3i, Dennis Mullane a 211, John Murphy a 195, W. A. Prescott 
a 320, C. Tilden, Jr. a 191 ; Harvard st., W. A. &T. C. Low a 336; 
Haverhill st., Holmes & Blanchard a 237, H. Kellv it Son a 2S5 ; 
Havre st., W. W. & J. F. Bennett a 83, Caswell & Mclntire 
a 195, T. Dolan a 199, Olof Lindergreen a 22^, John Robbins a 58, 
Hugh Sweeney a 6; Heath pl., M. Curley a 237; Heath st., 
J. A. Folsom a 199, J. McGlynn a 308; High st., J. E. & N. 
Brown a 132, 148, 1S2, J. R. Hall a 70, W. A. Prescott a 75, T. Sey- 
mour a 100; Howard St., Laming & Drisko a 100; Hudson st., 

C. H. Pike a 30S, Thompson & Sprague a 211 ; Hudson st., D., 
J. M. Martin a 43; Humphrey st., J. P. McKay a 217; I ST., John 
Bolman a 62, ]. Conde'n a 285. J. W. Dunn a 132, E. D. Emerson 
a 6, M. Harrihan a 148, 149, Weston & Shepherd a 195, B. Whit- 
ney a 245 ; Irving st., E. A. Knowlton a 14S; Jafvis pl., J. W. 
Dean a 122; K st., A. L. Bailey a 14S, D. W. Beckler a 93, D. 
A. Berry a 253, H. A. Doe a 206, Webb & Ward a 107; Kendall 




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ST., Martin Beatty a 206, Angus Doug-lass a 93, 211, Lewis Harle 
a 17, 116; Kennard ave., Stevenson & Emory a 32, 171 ; Kilby 
ST., Chas. Woodberry & Son a 6; Kingston st., F. Evans a 116, 
191; Kneeland ST., T. Connolly a 191, J. S. Holton a 229, J. C. 
A. Lehman a 199, Samuel Rice a 2!i ; Knox st., S. & H. Ames 
a 195; La Grange st., Young & Webb a 245; Lehigh St., A. 
A. Glover a 100; Lenox st., Laming & Drisko a 211, G. H. Lou- 
gee a 62; Leverett St., J. Towne a 253, Otis Wentworth a 93; 
Lewis st., G. M. Bird a '223, Morse Brothers a 75; Lexington 
ST., Rensselaer Barker a 14S, Richard Cutlaff 343, Frame & Jordan 
a 107, George Hargrave a 43, 2S5, H. B. Kendrick a 26, Kenney, 
Calder, & Co. 83, E. Larrabee a 2S5, John Robbins a 83; Lincoln 
ST., J. A. Bell a 352 ; Linden St., Benj. Johnson a 149; Linwood 
SQj.'Wm. Bow a 75; Liverpool St., W. W. &J. F. Bennett a 199, 
S. Y. Chase a 199, J. F. & D. J. Haines & Co. a 163, 223, E. Hodge 
& Co. 253, M. D. McNeil a 14S; London st., P. Bailey a 199, S. 
Y. Chase a 6, John Hartnett a 206, S. Hoffses a 199, Lawrence 
Maguire a 156, Patrick Mulheron a 206, Union Presbyterian So- 
ciety a 253, James Walsh a 211, G. A. Wardwell a 26, S. F. White- 
house a 302; Longwood ave., J. Dinan a 2S;, Bridget Dolan a 75, 
J. Johnson a 245, Caspar Schafer a 83, Patrick Sullivan a 171, 
Franc Vannevar a 1S2; Lowland st., Suffolk Glass Co. a 229; 
Lyman st., G. S. Hewett a 223; M ST., A. Lent a 308; McLean 
ST., M. S. Gifford a 107; Marcella ST., Annie Cross a 100, Wm. 
Guptill a 14S, R. Scott a 352; Margaret st., T. Connelly a 163; 
Marginal st., D. L. Gray a 58, Henry Law a 17, A. & J. Mc- 
Laren a 163, 182, J. B. Quimby a 51, D. M. Robertson a 100, J. 
Scherer a 93; Marion st., Robbins & Ellis a 302, Wilson & 
Drake a 17; Marlborough st., Bowen & Leavitt a 75, C. K. 
Kirby a 93, 302, F. Pope a 199, Sturgis & Brigham a 62; Mason 
st., B. H. Flanders a 182, G. fe J. Page a 313, S. J. & G. Tuttle 
a 62; Mather st., E. F. Bryant a 273; Maverick sq_., W. B. 
Pickett a 195; Maverick st., H. N. Alexander a 229, Manson & 
Peterson a 116, W. B. Pickett a 195; Melrose st., J. W. Edgerly 
a 43; Meridian ST., J. D. Campbell a 217, S. Y. Chase a 199, 211, 
Frame & Jordan a 32, 206, G. Hargrave a 199, 227, S. Hoffses 
a 237, A. & J. McLaren a 206, 263, John Robbins a 100, Robbins 
& Ellis a 163; Mercer St., A. Holz a 336; Merrimac St., J. 
Hallahan a 308, Webster & Dixon a 100; Middle St., Thomas 
Ashcroft, heirs a 122, J. L. Bowers a 245, John Foster a 12, M. 
Kramer a 245; Milford st., B. F. Prescott a 93; Millmont st., 
N. McMurtrie a 93; Mindoro ST., C. McGuncgle a 326, J. Mor- 
gan a 320; Minot pl., G. W. Witham a 107; Minot st., J. Draftin 
a 302; Monmouth st., J. L. Tewksbury a 21, 352, Wilson & Drake 
a 37, 5S; Montgomery St., S. D. & H. W. Smith a 107, J. Swal- 
low a 313; Mokton st., R Moore a 273; Mount Veiinon st., M. 
S. & G. N. Miller a 109, S. J. F. Thayer a 195; Mount Vernon 
ST., D., Blood & Judkins a 83; Munroe ST., Emerson & Edgett 
a 245; Myrtle st., C. Bowker a 17, N. A. Silloway a 171, C. Til- 
den, Jr. a 21, 195; Mystic St., F. P. Conant a 122, G. & J. Page & 
Co. a 1S2; N st., James Morrissey a 93, S. H. Pierce a'273; Na- 
tional ST., T. S. Niles a 182; Neponset ave., E. F. Delano 
3263, Ann Kelly a 211; New Heath ST., J. P. Mulvey a 206, 
Rumrill & Stanton a 326; Newbury ST., J. & H. M. Harmon a 326; 
Newman ST., R. Brown a 294, D. McCullough a 352; Newton 
ST., N. J. Bradlee a 100; Ninth st., T. Boyd a 285, '1'. K. Daunt 
a 229, Elijah Harris a 122, J. Hutchinson a 326, Dennis McDonald 
a 182, J. McNarnara a 229, Michael McSweeney a 12, M. Ney a 273, 
Lawrence Russell a 211, A. D. & J. B. Tuttle a 43, Tuttle"& Co. 
a 273; Norfolk ave., Timothy Conniff a 148. E. McKechnie 
a 211; Norfolk ST., J. A. Johnston a 245, S. N. & H. G. Ufford 
a 148; North ave., W.J. H. F. Austin a 302, A. E. Richard- 
son a 75, G. W. Woodman a 313; North St., Adams & Barstow 
a 163, J. W. Converse a 116, John Drynan a 14S, Chas. Woodbury 
& Son" a 141 ; North Anderson st., H. B. Libby a 122, J. O'Reil- 
ley a 229; North Bennet st., D. H. Jacobs a 107; North 
Charles st., Wm. Blake & Co. a 182; North Grove st., John 
Trull a 236; North Margin st., John Dohertya 116, 191; North- 
field ST., John Lamb a 12, James Torven a 70; O ST., J. W. 
Dunn a 163, M. Dunn a 302, Patrick Hanlon a 75, H. F. Hatha- 
way a 70, 199; Oak st., Samuel Rice a 116; Old Harbor St., 
Katharine Anthes a 191, Joseph Bassett a 75, M. T. & Wm. Glynn 
a 195 ; Oliver st., J. T. Bailey a 182, W. G. Lincoln a 195; Oneida 
st., Luke Glines a 20J, Martin Conroy a 171 ; Orchakd st., L. 

F. Whiting a 245; Orleans st., Henry Bailey a 83 C. McGowan 
a 320; Paris ST., Cornelius Doherty a 5S, Frame & Jordan a 93, 
Leonard Pickering a 156, 163; Park st., Eddy Bros, a 2S5, 294; 
Parker st , John Brainard a 75, R. Drury a 30S, Michael Kelley 
a 70, S. N. Stockwell a 116, N. Ward & Co. a 70; Pakkman st., 
J. Dix a 273; Pembroke st., H. Damon a 2S5, Wm. Gentleman 
a 17; People's Ferry wharf, Maverick Wharf Co. a 217; Phil- 
lips ST., John Keirney a 51 ; Pierpont ST., A. T. Tibbetts a 37; 
Pinckney ST., R. E. Dunlap a 93, C. S. Parker a 171, D. E. 
Poland & Co. a 217; Pitts st., D. H. Jacobs a S3, Slade Luther 
a 313; Pleasant ST., Baxter & Vinal a 163, Matthew Doran a 182, 
W. fess a 273, Laming & Drisko a 93, 163, G. F. Meacham a 141, 

G. A. Wilson a 336; Poplar st., G. E. Knapp a 51, Wm. Smith 
a 70, A. W. Taylor a 245; Portland st., A. Bowers a 17, W. 
W. Smith a 199, Jeremiah Stimson a 83, J. B. Watson a 100; Pren- 
tiss ST., Michael Gately a 1S2, Francis Gillegan a 191, Wm. Gold- 
smith a 70, John Greaves a 191, J. Leonard a 199, Francis Ward 
a 182; Prince st., S. Gillespie a 237, W. A. Prescott a 320, J, 
Setters a 237; Princeton st., W. Cutliff a 229, Davis Damon a93, 
C. F. Dewey a 107, Emanuel Downing a 12, T. Lyons a 1S2, A. 
J. Preble a 182, Mrs. M. A. Underwood a 75; Purchase St., J. E. 
& N. Brown a 182, J. R. Hall a 83; Pynchon ST., G. W. Decatur 



Buildings, continued. 



a 191, A. Zeigler a 349; R ST., Mark Dowling a 37; Renfrew 
ST., Wm. Curtis a 62; Revere St., J. P. Neal a 107; Richmond 
ST., F. M. Severance a 217; Ruggles St., Orasmus Nute a 191; 
Rutland St., E. F. Brown a 199; St. James ave., J. W. Tobey 
a 75; St. James st., W. E. Blanchard a 17; Saratoga St., Cas- 
well & Mclntire a 51, M. E. Eames a 253, S. H. Griffin a 191, 
Kenney, Calder, & Co. a 6, E. McLaughlin a 211; Scollay sq^, 

B. H. Flanders a 237; Second St., T. K. Daunt a 51, Alonzo 
Dexter a 171, Holbrook & Harlow a 245, P. Kers a 313, M. Kim- 
ball a 211, B. & J. R. Means a 116, J. Nugent a 237, Joanna 
O'Connor a 149, M. T. Ryder a 37, Daniel Simpson a 21, 199, C. 
Swallow a 156, J. H. Wigglesworth a 156; Seneca st., Martin 
Conroy a 171 ; Seventh st., W. H. Bond a 17, Burrill & Whitney 
a 141, Chamberlin & Marston a 253, Crawford & Flanders a 294, 
J. Currie a 352, P. H. Dwyer a 12, M. T. & Wm. Glynn a 17, J. 
N. Goodnough a 141, H. F. Hathaway a 245, Otis Pease a 32, 
H. L. Pierce a 93, J. Thayer a 100, J. S. Winslow a 14S; Shaw- 
mut ave., |ames Berry a 163, Timothy F. Bowe a 75, 206, Jona- 
than Cottle" a 75, J. M. Cowen a 223, M. S. Dix a 83, B. F. Griggs 
a 163, 206, Michael Hayden a 12, D. H. Jacobs a 308, F. D. Osgood 
a 17, C. A. Richards a 1S2, C.J. Spenceley a 263, R. S. Wade a 122, 
R. Wright a 302, A. Lioby a 302, Isaac McLean a 148; Shawmut 
pl., C. H. Hill a 32; Silver St., J. J. Carnev a 223; Sixth st., 
D. A. Barry a 100, D. W. Beckler a 285, J. Butland a 294, J. B. 
Carpenter a 62, Stephen Connelly a 83, J. J. Dennin a 294, J. J. Dris- 
coll a 75, Patrick Hanlon a 191, David Hogan a 21, L. H. Tones 
a 211, Abraham Lent a 122, C. D. Macomber a 156, G. H. Miles 
a 122, A. Mitchell a 199, J. & J. Ryan a 263, James Tighe a 156; 
Smith st., P. Craffey a 285, P. Deil a 326, R. F. Robinson a 26; 
Snowhill st., Nathaniel Hill a 37, Andrew Kenney a 14S; Som- 
erset st , J. Preston a 199; South st , A. H. Glover a 1S2, Wm. 
Smith a 107; South Margin St., Michael Lyons a 141; South 
Market st., W. A. Prescott a 320; South May St., Horace Jen- 
kins a 70; South Russell st., H. B. Libby a 326; Stafford 
st., J. P. Cooper a 156; Station st., Edward Kenney a 156; 
Stoughton st., C. A. Greene a 313, A. E. Richardson a 75, 
Chas. Stinson a 107; Sudbury st., C. & G. Barker a 253; Sum- 
mer ST., J. E. & N. Brown a 182, 253, Dewyre & Barrett a 182, 
D. S. Johnson a 217, G. W. Pope a 83; Sumner St., J. Q, A. Clif- 
ton a 5S, 294, J. F. & D. J. Haines & Co. a 51, A. J. Preble a 211, 
August Smith a 100, S. F. Whitehouse a 107; Taylor St., Pratt 
& Co. a 294; Telegravh St., Delano & Little a 141, M. J. & W. 
Glynn a 263, Paget & Condin a 294, John Shaughnessy a 116; 
Temple pl., N. J. Bradh e a 211, J. S. Craft a 206; Tennyson 
st., R. E. Dunlap & Co. a 171, Asa Lewis a 14S; Third St., T. 
Connors a 223, W. F. Horton a 37, G. H. Johnston a 253, John 
Shaughnessey a 149, W. H. Warner a 141, J. T. Watson a 195; 
Thomas St., Benj. James a 107, 206; Thornton st., Russell Scott 
a 17; Tileston ST., M. P. Bickford a 122, I. S. Crooker a 229, T. 
H. Smith a 116; Travers St., N. P. Duty a 122, Alexander Mair 
a 93, J. R. Parsons & Co. a 132, W. G. Preston a 171, Levi Prosser 
a 211 ; Tremont st., Raker & Campbell a 122, N. J. Bradlee a 43, 
J. E. & N. Brown a 229, Joseph Coffey a 163, B. F. Colcord a 75, 
Cummings & Sears a 26, Gideon Currier a 70, M. S. Dix a 6, Em- 
erson & Fehmer a 132, Wm. Goldsmith a 51, M. Hayden a 229, 
Jos. Helmfrecht a 70, E. B. Hine a 17, J. W. Howe a 62, W. H. 
Leach a 58, P. McCarty a 352, M. M. McCuen a 75, John Mahoney 
a 43, S. W. Merrill a 14S, James Mitchell S3, Wm. Morse a 156, 
Morton & Chesley a 320, J. H. Naven a 285, J. P. Neal a 156, L. 
Newcomb a 237, L. Newcomb & Son 3294, B. F. Prescott a 70, W. 
A. Prescott a 352, W. F. Savage a 37, T. H. Smith a 273, S. J. & 
G. Tuttle a 199, P. Welsh a 6, T. B. Williams a 294; Trenton 
ST., George Hargrave a 93, H. Kenney & Son a 313, John Robbins 
a 6, W. A. Stearns a 191 ; Trumbull ST., J. E. Cahill 3294; Tudor 
ST., J. J. Driscoll a 237 ; Tyler ST., W. R. Bryden a 302; Union 
ave., F. Fuller a 245 ; Union park, A. T. Stearns & Sons a 30S; 
Union park St., Maurice Kidney a 32 ; Union st., H. W. Atkins 
a 26; Utica st., Potter & Foster a 75, J. H. Sweet a 32; Vernon 
ST., J. E. Cahill a 294, John McElroy a 21 ; Village st., T. Con- 
nelly a 211, P. J. Griffin a 326; Vinton St., W. B. Duggan a 37, 
M. A. Ring & Sons a 93; Walnut ave., Wm. Donaldson a 148, 
P. D. Crosby a 182; Wall St., H. Cunningham a 217, Hemy Em- 
erson a 223; Ward St., C. Kercher a 156; Wareham st., J. W. 
Coburn, Cummings and Carlisle a 156; Warren ave., Wm. 
Timten a 70; Warren St., C. P. Chubbuck a 206, Falkner, 
Clarke, & Dorr a 171, A. Johnson a 308, Donald Kennedy a 6, 
Metropolitan R.R. a 116, Patrick Muloney a 163, F. Rose a 229, 
T. Russell a 326, Thompson & Sprague a 253; Warrington st., 
J. R. Hall a 25S; Washington st., John Allen a 206, Bourne & 
Leavitt a 199, N. J. Bradlee a 75, 93, 14S, Wm. Brock a 223, T. R. 
Burnham a 217, Cummings & Sears a 326, Froud Ferdinand a 6, 
Asher Greene a 206, Haley, Morse, & Co. a 75, J. R. Hall a 107, 
132, D. H. Jacobs a 1 16, Joseph Meyer a 70, A. Mireson a 37, Wm. 
Morse a 122, H. R. Plympton a 37, D. E. Poland a 116, Wm. Pul- 
sifer a 1S2, Charles Regan a 156, H. Smyth a 302, W. H. Spear 
a 199, J. H. Thorndike a 206, David Trefrey a 156, Theodore 
Voelckers 393, H. R. Wendermuth a 21; Washington st., D., 
Edward McKecknie a 206; Waverly St.. Rumrill & Stanton 
a 211 ; Webber ST., Mary McCarthy a 206, Joseph Nickerson ai2; 
W'ebster ST., S. Y. Chase a 122, W. B. Pickett, John Thompson 
a 93; Wesley ave., T. W. Tuttle a 17; West st.,J. C. A. Leman 
a 156, Temple Club a 116, S. J. & G. Tuttle a 58; West Brook- 
line st., Ivory Be3n a 211, J. E. Cahill a 294; West Canton st., 

C. Chipman a 245, J. McDonald a 122, M. A. Ochs a 245; West 
Cedar st., Timothy Connelley a 37, Alvin Vinal a 211; West 
Chester park, S.J. & G. Tuttle a 294; West Cottage st., A # 



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Buildings, continued. 

D. Collins .1.308, G. F. Moore a 245, W. H. Parker a 163; West 
Dedham ST., Win. Collier a 43, F. P. Conant a 14S; Westmin- 
ster ave., H. A. Thomas a 2S5; Weston ST., H. Conroy a 308, 
Thomas Foy a 17; Willow ct., E. Durgin a 273; Winchester 
ST., J. \V. Edgerly a 43, 171, Peter B. Scott a 141 ; Winthhop St., 
Edwin Adams a 206, James McNiel a 93 ; Woodward ST., W. L. 
Lewis a 14s; Worcester ST., S. J. & G. Tuttlea 132, TuttleBros. 
a 263; Yeoman st., R. Barton a 17, Thomas Dolan a 211, J. Yar- 
rick & Hutchins a 206; Zeigler ST., W. S. Morse a 237 

1871, defacing : chief of police directed to enforce law against a 144 
notices of intention to build: Adams st., D., James Pope, 

James McGoverna22j Albany ST., A. T. Stearns a 22; Atlantic 
st., J. B. Gardner a 22; Avon pl., N. J. Bradlee a 22; Beacon ST., 
Fred Pope a 21 ; Brighton ave., Washburn & Son a 22; Dart- 
mouth st., 1. & H. M. Harmon a 22; Dorchester ave., Wm. 
Goskins a 22; Eighth st., C. C. Sloan, J. F. Ferguson a 22; 
Elm ST., E. F. Crawford a 21 ; Essex st., A. C. Baldwin a 22; 
Everett ST., Angus Campbell a 22; Fairfield St., F. Pope 
a 21 ; George st., Patrick O'Brien a 22 ; Gold St., Wm. Bugbee 
a 22; Green ST., Otis Wentworth a 22; Hamilton St., D. H. 
Jacobs a 22; Hanover St., C. F. Kittredge a 21; Harrison 
ave., Timothy Connelly a 22; Longwood ave., D. C.Davis a 21 ; 
Lowell st., Michael Clark a 21 ; Marsh st., J. B. Dacey a 22; 
Milk St., Bryant & Rogers a 22; National st., C. A. Borden 
a 22; O ST., J. Butland a 22; Shawmut ave., Eli Fernald a 21 ; 
Silver st., John Bloom a zz; Third st., J. B. Gardner, Michael 
Glyne a 22; Union st., C. F. Kittredge a 21 ; Washington St., 
Bryant & Rogers, J. & C. A. Noyes a zz ; West St., B. D. Alex- 
ander a 22; West Rutland st., E. F. Brown a 22 

1872, acceptance : Broadway, Cook, Jordan, & Morse, petition a 329 

c 334-refused a 363 c 365; Independence so^., Bush & Stearns, 
petition c 369 a 370-accepted c 3S0 a 3S6 
removal : Thomas Keyes, removal ordered 305 c 3oS-petition ex- 
tension of time a 310 

Buildings, Burned. 

1879, Devonshire and Federal sts., fire commissioners directed to report 
condition of c 751 a 755 

Buildings, County. (See also names of buildings.) 

1870, committee appointed a 5 

1871, committee appointed a 5 

1872, committee appointed a 6; repairs authorized a 87 
187IS, committee appointed a 9; repairs authorized a 53 

1874, committee appointed a 7; repairs authorized a }f> 

1875, committee appointed a 7; repairs authorized a 22, 29 

1876, committee appointed an; repairs authorized a 45, 59 

1877, committee appointed aS; repairs authorized a 19, 29; order to con- 

sider expediency of lighting on the Walworth plan a 267 

1878, committee appointed a S; repairs authorized a 20 

1879, committee appointed a 13; repairs authorized a 35 

Buildings, Unsafe and Dangerous. 

1868, 2 Wendell st. : order to examine a 4; order for owners to appear 

before aldermen a 8 

1869, Causeway st. : order of notice on removal of a 13-hearing a 17-pe- 

tition chief of police relative to a 41 
Federal st. : report, no aclion necessary a 220 
Rochester st. : petition that part of wail be removed a 48 
Southac pl. : order to vacate a 236 
Village st. : order relative to erection of a 91-tabled a 94 

1870, Albany st. : order to inquire into combustible character a 30S 

Beach st. : communication from chief of police relative to, re- 
ferred a 207-report a 296, 297-order of notice a 297, 302 

Church st. : communication from chief of police relative to, re- 
ferred a 207-report a 296, 297-order of notice a 297, 302-removal 
of wall ordered a 309 

East Boston : A. H. Taylor et at., remonstrance against erection 
of a 199 

First st. : communication from chief of police with report relative 
to, referred a 217-order of notice a 225, 229-report no action a 240 

Pinckney ST. : communication from chief of police relative to, 
referred a 207-report a 296, 297-order of notice a 297, 302 

Washington st. : order of notice a 353, 365 -order to make safe 
a 366 

Winchester st. : communication from owner relative to a 302; 
communications from chief of police relative to, referred a 207- 
report a 296, 297-order of notice a 297, 302-removal of wall or- 
dered a 309 

Worcester st. : removal ordered a 209 

1871, High st. : removal ordered a 128 

Lewis st. : chief of police directed to prevent injury from a 162 
Washington st. : report of engineers on Burnham's building 
a 11S 

1872, Burnt district : removal ordered a 344 ; Kneeland st. : removal 

ordered a 371 ; Washington st. : removal ordered a 371 

1873, Burnt district: payment for removal c 2S6 a2S9 
Congress ST. : W. S. Perry ordered to remove a 117 

1878, Beachst. : petition for removal a 711 c 737-report, no action nec- 
essary a 759 c 765 

Buildings, Moving. 

1869, permits, etc. : 

East Brookline st. : 
no action a 224 c 229 



H. G. Barrows, petition a 188 c 223-report, 

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Buildings, Moving, continued. 

Factory st. : M. Drinan, petition a 298 

Hampshire st. : M. Drinan, petition a 298 

Harrison ave. : S. & R. Whittier, petition a 29-report, refusing, 

rejected a 224-accepted a 234 
Lenox st. : F. T. Storer, remonstrance a 151-refused a 165 
Northfield st. : F. T. Storer, remonstrance a 151-refused a 165 
St. James park: C. J. Bishop, petition a iS4-referred a 190 c 198 
S. Market St.: Mass. Char. Mechanic Association, petition 

a 121-refused a 164 
Tkemont st. : L. E. Cotton, remonstrance a 121 
1870, permits, etc. : 

Federal-st. bridge: F. Crowley, petition a 237-refused a 247 
Gallop's Island : J. G. Foster, petition a 107-permit a 107 c 113 
Gore ave. : J. Carney, petition a 75-remonstrance a S6 
Hampden st. : A. D. Williams, petition a 93-report, no action 

a 295 
Lehigh st. : F. Crowley, petition a 237-refused a 247 
Nokfolk ST. : J. A. Rogers, petition a 5 

Point Allerton : J. G. Foster, petition a 107-permit a 107 c 113 
Station st. : J. Carney, petition a 75 
Walnut ave. : A. D. Williams, petition a 93-report, no action 

a 295 

J. A. Rogers, petition a 5; L. 



S. Beecher, 



D. : Charles Tileston, petition a 203-permit 



W. R. 



Washington St.: 
petition a 12 

1874, permits, etc. : 

Washington st., 
a 238, 251 

1875, rules : adopted a 33 
permits, etc. : 

Adams st., D. : J. Cavanagh, petitions a436, 752-permits a 447, 775 
Albany" st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 507-permit a 561 
Allston ST., B. : John Quirk, petition a iSS 
Baker st. : J. W. Wason, petition a 656-permit a 6S7; W. B, 

Dwight, permit a 753 
Bartlett pl. : M. Drinan & Co., petition a 27S-permit a 298 
Beach st., C. : S. & D. Richards, petitions a 332, 584-permits 

a 597 ; R. A. Dinin, petition a 436-permit a 665 
Blue Hill ave. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 307-permit a 334 
Border st. : J. McDermott, petition a 122-permit a 151 
Boston st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 373-permit a 395 
Boylston AVE. : John Quirk, petition a 203-permit a 222; 

Cavanagh, petition a 752-permit a 775 
Brighton ave. : J. Mellen, petition a 494-permit a 517 
Brooks st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 355-permit a 375 
Brown ave. : John Cavanagh, petition a 239-permit a 264 
Bunker Hill st. : S. & D. Richards, petition a 239-permit a 264 
C ST.: W. R. Cavanag-h, petition a4io-permit a 443 
Canal st., C. : S. & D. Richards, petitions a 31S, 346-permits 

a 334. 3S7 
Cambridge st., B. : P. Weltch, petition a 203-permit a 222 
Centre ST. : M. Drinan & Co., petitions a in, 164, 346-permits 

a 192, 357; R. W. Baker, petition a 656-permit a 665 
Chelsea st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 261-permit a 280 
Childs st. : R. W. Baker, petition a 656-permit a 665 
Church ct : S. & D. Richards, petition a 239-permit a 264 
Church st., E.B. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 27S-permit a 298 
Clay-ton st. : John Cavanagh, petition a 3oS-permit a 323 
Commercial st., D. : J. Cavanagh, petition a 308-permit a 323 
Conant st. : M. Drinan, petition a in 
Corey st. : R. A. Dinin, petition a 4?6-permit a 665 
Dorrance st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 13-permit a 33 
Dorchester ave. ; W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 373-permit a 395 
East Dover st. : L. W. Shaw, petition a 465 
East Fikst st. : John Cavanagh, petition a 332-permit a 334; W. 

R. Cavanagh, petition a 633-permit a 63S 
East Second st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 633-permit a 638 
Eighth st. : John Cavanagh, petition a 153-permit a 153 
Foss st. : S. & D. Richards, petition a 45-permit a 62 
Foundry" st. : M. Drinan & Co., petition a 261-permit a 2S0 
Front st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 13-permit a 33 
Garden ct., C. : S. & D. Richards, petition a 45-permit a 62 
Gardner st. : J. Mellin, petition a 507-permit a 533 
Gibson st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a7i7-permit a 734c 
Hampshire st. : J. McEleny, petition a 703-permit a 722 
Hancock st., D. : M. Drinan & Co., petition a 278-permit a 298 
Harrison ave. ; L. W. Shaw, petition a 465 
Havre st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 27S-permit a 29S 
. Hyde Park ave. : R. W. Baker, petition a 452-permit a 467 
I st. : John Cavanagh, petition a 332-permit a 334 
Key'ES-st. pl. : J. Quirk, petition a 203-permit a 222 
Longwood ave. : J. Quirk, petition a 633-permit a 665 
Main ST., G. : J. Murphy, petition a 292-permit a 309; S. & D, 

Richards, petition a 332-permit a 753 
Maverick ST. : J. McDermott, petition a 122-permit a 151; Dan- 
iel Crane, petition a 446-permit a 455 
Medford st., C. : J. A. Sanborn, petition a 373-permit a 395; M. 

Ellis, petition a 527-permit a 5S0; S. & D. Richards, petition 

a584-permit a 597 
Miller st. : S. & D. Richards, petition a 3iS-permit a 334 
Milton st. : J. Cavanagh, petition a 752-permit a 775 
Neponset ave., D. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 261-permit a 2S0 
New st. : M. P. Sias, petition a 29-permit a 49 
Norfolk ave. : Patrick Woods, petition a 153-permit a 16S 
North Harvard st, : J. Mellen & Co., petition a 752-permit 

a77S 
Orleans st. : M, P. Sias, petition a 29-permit a 49 




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Buildings, Moving, continued. 

Paris st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 355-permit a 375 
Parkman St., D. : John Cavanagh, petition a 436-permit a 447 
Prescott st., E.B. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 261-permit a 2S0 
Sagamore st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 6So-permit a 704 
Savin Hill ave.: W. R. Cavanagh, petitions a 6S0, 717-permits 

a 7°4> 734 c 
School st., D. : J. H. Beale, petition a 239-permit a 264 
Sewall court: S. & D. Richards, petition a 3iS-permit 3334 
Sixth st. : J. Cavanagh, petition a 153-permit a 153 
Spring st. : J. W. Wason, petition a 656-permit a 6S7 
Sterling st. : M. Drinan & Co., petition a 122-permit a 151 
Swett st. : John Quirk, petition a 752-permit a 775 
Tucker's wharf : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 527-permit a 580 
Walnut ave. : J. S. Blair, petition a 633-permit a 704 
Walnut st., D. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 261-permit a 2S0 
Washburn st. : J. Mellen, petitions a 494, 507-permits a 517, 533 
■Washington st., B. : J. Quirk, petition a 1S8 
Washington st., D. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 717-pennit 

a 734c 
West Broadway : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 410-permit a 433 
West Foukth st. : M. Drinan & Co., petition a 261-permit a 2S0 
West Second st. : J. Cavanagh, petition a 574-permit a 597 
Whitfield st. : J. H. Beale, petition a 239 
Windsor st. : M. Drinan & Co., petition a 122-permit a 151 
Winthrop ST. : J. A. Sanborn, petition a373-permit a 395 

1876, permits, etc. : 

Adams st., D. : John S. Blair, petition a 447-permit a 465 
Alban st. : J. Quirk, petition a 243-refused a 245 
Ashmont st. : John Quirk, petition a 24S-permit a 262, 277 
Atlantic ave. : S. & D. Richards, petition a 261-permit a 277 
Bennington st., E.B.: M. Ellis & Co., petition a 562-permit 

a 573 
Bolton st. : J. Cavanagh, petition a 421-permit a 449 
Border st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 24S-pennit a 249 
Boston st. : John S. Blair, petition a 366-permit a 372 
Bowdoin ST., D. : John S. Blair, petition a 447-permit a 465 
Bremen st. : M. Ellis & Co., petitions a 492, 550-permits a 507, 562 
C ST. : John Cavanagh, petition a 100-permit a 1 17 
Chelsea st., E.B. : M. Ellis & Co., petitions a 421 492-permits 

a 449, 507 
Church ST. : M. Ellis & Co., petitions 3385, 421-pennits a 409, 

449 
Dedham ST., W.R. : K. Vorndean, permit a 633 
Dorchester ave. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 294-permit a 311 
Dorrance st. : Sylvester Richards, petition a 294-permit a 311 
Dover-st. bridge : John Cavanagh, petition a 5S6-permit a 686 
Downer's ct. : John S. Blair, petition a 447-permit a 465 
Eagle st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 273 
Frederic st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 294-permit a 311 
Fuller st. : John Quirk, petitions a 243, 248-permits a 262, 277-re- 

fused a 245 
German st. : K. Vorndean, petition a 612-permits a 633 
Hampden st. : S. Meinrath, petition a 191-permit a 210; J. Quirk, 

petition a 347; John S. Blair, permit a 372 
Havre st. : M. Ellis &Co., petition a 4S3-permit a 4SS 
Island st. : S. Meinrath, petition a 191-permit a 210 
Jeffries st. : Martin Ellis & Co., petition a 294-permit a 311 
Lexington st. : S. Richards, petition a 32-permit a 45 
London st., E.B. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 562-permit a 573 
Main st., C. : Sylvester Richards, petitions a 294, 628-permits 

a 311, 651 
Marion st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 550-permit a 562 
Meridian st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 421-permit a 449; James 

Burke, petition a 3S5-permit a 409 
Mill st. : F. King-, petition a 243-permit a 249 
Perry ct. : J. Quirk, petition a 347 ; John S. Blair, permit a 372 
Porter st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 483-permit a 488 
Powers ct. : John S. Blair, petition a 366-permit a 372 
Sawyer st. : J. Quirk, petition a 612-permit a 633 
Sharon ct. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 24S-permit a 249 
Sixth st. : J. Cavanagh, petition a 404-permit a 449 
Somerville ST. : Sylvester Richards, petition a 628-pennit a 651 
T wharf: S. & D. Richards, petition a 261-permit a 277 
Trenton st., E.B. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 562-permit a 573 
Vernon st. : S. Richards, petition a 321-permit a 33S 
Warren st. : J. A. Scott, petition a 483-permit a 492 
Washington st., D. : John Quirk, permit a 4SS 
West Eighth st. : John Cavanagh, petition a 5S6-permit a 686 
Western ave. : S. Richards, petition a 321-permit a 33S 
West Second st. : John Cavanagh, petition a 421-permit a 449 
West Third st. : J. Cavanagh, petition a 421-permit 3449 
White st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 550-permit a 562 
Wood Island : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 294-permit a 311 
Zeigler st. : J. A. Scott, petition a 483-permit a 492 

1877, permits, etc. : 

Adams st., D. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 781-permit a 795 
Bartlett pl. : J. Cavanagh, petition a 569-permit a 580 
Bay View pl. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 695-permit a 70S 
Beacon park : C. S. Packard, petition a 196-permit a 214 
Bennington st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 594-permit a 615 
Blue Hill ave. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 25S, 351-granted 
a 321-remonstrance, M. Lemon a 277-tabled a 321-indefinilely 
postponed a 351 
Border st. : M. Ellis, petition a 277-permit a 321 
Cambridge st. : M. Moley, petition a 3i7~refused a 596; C. Cot- 
ter, petition a 585 



BUILDINGS 



Buildings, Moving, co7itinued. 

Cambridge st., B. : C. S. Packard, petition a 196-permit a 214 
Canal st. : S. Richards, petition a 100 
Chelsea bridge : D. Richards, petition a 533 
Church st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 594-permit a 615 
Clay ave. : J. Cavanagh, petition a759-permit a 7S3 
Columbia st. : A. W. Newman, petition a 296-permit a 33S 
Condor st. : M. Ellis, petitions a 277, 505-permit a 321, 555 
Cottage st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 695-permit a 746 
Decatur st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 763-permit a S21 
Dorchester ave.: D. Richards, permit a 172; J. Cavanagh, 

petitions a 170, 237-permits a 214, 279 
Dorchester st. : J. Cavanagh, petition a 170-permit a 214 
Dudley st. : Beven & Sefton, petition a 725-permit a 746 
Dunreath st. : F. Wilson, refused a 46 
E. Ninth st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 551-permIt a 580 
Exchange st., D. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 583 
Exeter st. : J. Cavanagh, petition a 781-permit a 795 
Fourth st., W.R. : John Quirk, petition a 389 
Fred st. : F. O. & J. T. Reed, petition a 626-permit a 659 
Fuller st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 3S9-permit a 412 
George st. : Beven & Sefton, petition a 725-permit a 746 
Gerard st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 569-permit a 580 
Gerrish st. : C. S. Packard, petition a 505-permit a 555 
Harrison ave. : J. S. Blair, petition a 725-permit a 746 
Harvard st. : C. Cotter, petition a 585 
Keyes ST., W.R. : J. Quirk, petition a 5S5 
Longwood ave., R. : W. Kelleher, permit a 214 
Main st., C. : J. B. Lord, petition a52-permit a 71 ; F. O. & J. T. 

Reed, petition a 626-permit a 659 
Marginal st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 763-permit a 821 
Maverick st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 4S3-permit a 510 
Maywood ST.: F. Wilson, refused "a \i> 
Medford st. C. : D. Richards, petition a 64-permit a 172 
Melville ave. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a S37-permit a 854 
Monument st., C. : D. Richards, petition a 64-permit a 172 
Neponset ave. : J. Cavanagh, petition a 759-permit a 783 
Newton st. . B. : C. S. Packard, petition a 505-permit a 555 
Norfolk ave. : J. Cavanagh, petition a 569-permit a 580; W. R. 

Cavanagh, petition a 56cr-permit a 5S0 
Northampton st. : J. Quirk, petition a 657-permit a 726 
North Harvard st. : M. Moley, petition a 317-refused 3596 
O ST. : William R. Cavanagh, petition a55i-permit a 580 
Ontario ST. : J. Quirk, petition a 6S1 ; J. Cavanagh, permit 

a 708 
Oriental wharf : D. Richards, petition a 533 
Park ST., D. : J. S. Blair petition a 146; D. Richards, permit 

a 172; W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 837-permit a 854 
Pleasant st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 5S3 
Poplar st. : J. Quirk, petition 3389; W. R. Cavanagh, permit 

a 412 
Preble st. : J. Cavanagh, petition a 170-permit a 214 
Putnam st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 505-permit 3555 
Rogers st. : J. Cavanagh, petition a 170-permit a 214 
St. James ave. : J. Cavanagh, petition a 781-permit a 795 
Shelton st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 7Si-permit a 795 
South st., W.R. : W. R. Cavanagh, permit a 412; J. Quirk, 

petition a 585 
Stanmore pl. : A. W. Newman, petition a 296-permit a 338 
Stoughton st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 695-permit a 746 
Swan St.; J. Quirk, petition a 681 ; J. Cavanagh, permit a 708 
Swett st. : J. Quirk, petition a 657-permit a 726 
Vinton st. : J. Cavanagh, petition a 170-permit a 214 
Ward st. : W. Kelleher, permit a 214 
Warren ave. : F. Wilson, refused a 46 

Washington st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 351-permit a 412 
Washington St., D. : W. R. Cavanagh, petitions, a 258, 389- 

permit 321-remonstrance, M. Lemon et al. a 321 
Washington st., R. : A. W. Newman, petition a 296-permit 

a 338 
Webster st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 4S3~permit a 510 
West Chester park : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 695-permit 

a 70S 
West Fourth st. : petition, J. Cavanagh a 763-permit a 783 
1878, permits, etc. : 

Adams st., D. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a38i-permit a 399 
Atlantic ave. : Mercantile Corporation Wharf, petition a 750- 

permit a 758 
B st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 109-permit a 129 
Beech st., W.R. : Timothy Ahern, petition a 194-permit a 229 
Bennington st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 8-permit a 19 
Brookline : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 479-permit a 488 
C ST. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 250-permit a 274 
Call st. : John Quirk, petitions a 381, 425-permit a 428 
Centre st., W.R. : John Quirk, petitions a 3S1, 425-permit a 428 
Ceylon st. : Cavanagh & Son, petition a 648 
Chelsea ct. : Ellis & Co., petition a 3Si-permit a 399 
Cherry ST., R. : Timothy Ahem, petition a 479 
Clarendon ave. : J. Quirk, permit a 600 
Commercial st. : Mercantile Wharf Corporation, petition a 750- 

permit a 75S 
Crawford st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 525-permit a 531 
Dorchester ave. : W. R. Cavanagh, petitions a 16S, 336, 397, 

490, 591-permits a 1S4, 363, 428, 492; Cavanagh & Son, petition 

a 648; M. Ellis & Co., petition a 357-permit 3447 
Dover st. : John Cavanagh, petition a 194-permit a 229 
E st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 17-permit a 28 



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Buildings, Moving, continued. 

East Fifth st. : M. A. Chambers, petition a 582 

East Sixth st. ; W. R. Cavanagh, permit a 363 

Everett st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 675-permit a 697 

Faknham st. : Timothy Ahern, petition a 397-permit a 428 

Foster st. : H. W. Baxter, petition a 591-permit a 600 

Greenwich st. : W. R. Cavanagh, permit a 600 

Hampden st. : Timothy Ahern, petition a 397-permit a 428 

Hampshire st. : W.R. Cavanagh, petition a 490-permit a 506 

Howland st. : Timothy Ahern, petition a 479 

Keyes ST.; Timothy Ahern, petition a 95-permit a XII J John 

Devine, petition aS-permit a 19 
Lexington st., C. : M. Ellis & Co., permit a 71 
London st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 194-permit a 229 
Marston st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 525-permit a 531 
Maverick st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 303-permit a 324 
Ninth st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 17-permit a 28 
Orleans st. : M. Ellis & Co., petitions a 250, 381-permits a 289, 

399 
Pleasant st., D. : W. R. Cavanagh, petitions a 145, 591-per- 

mits a 14S, 600 
Poplar st., W.R. : John Quirk, petition a 591 
Power st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a i6S-permit a 184 
Princeton st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 8-permit a 19 
Sharon st., W.R. : John Quirk, petition a 591-permit a 600 
Shelby st. : M. Ellis & Co., petitions a 194, 250-permits a 229, 2S9 
South st., W.R. : Timothy Ahern, petitions a 95, 194-permits 

a in, 229 
Tremont st. : Wm. Clark, petition a 3Si-permit a 399 
Union ave. : John Quirk, petition a 183-reiused a 252 
Warren st. : Ezra Abbott, petition a 357-permit a 3S7 
Washington St., B.: W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 479-permit 

a48S 
Washington ST., D. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 397-permit 

a 428 
Webster st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 303-permit a 324 
West Broadway : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 490-permit a 492 
West Fifth st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 250-permit a 274 
West Fourth st. : J. Cavanagh & Son, petition a 601-permit 

a 7 2 3 
West Second st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 109; permit a 129 
West Sixth st. : M. Ellis & Co., petition a 357-permit a 447 
Western ave. : J. E. Murphy, petition a 318-permit a 343 
1879, permits, etc.: 
Allandale ST. 
Atlantic ave. 
Belmont st., C 
Bennett st., B. 



John Quirk, petition a 592-permit a 601 
Central Wharf Co., petition a 592-permit a 601 
W. E. Nowlan, petition a 471-permit a 480 
James Galligan, petition a 104-permit a 120 
Bird st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 433 
Border st. : J. T. Foley, permit a 601 

W. R. Cavanagh, petitions a 183, 492-permits a 184, 



: Margaret Donovan, petitions a 2S1, 303 
John Laley, petition a 303-permit a 325 

Sylvester Richards, petitions a 303, 325-per- 



Boston ST. : 

502 
Brookline 
Brooks st. 
Bunker Hill st, 

mits a 352, 403 

Centre st., W.R. : John Quirk, petition a 492-permit a 601 
Commercial St., R. : Margaret Donovan, petition a 303 
Condor st. : John Laley, petition a 303-permit a 325 
Cottage row, C. : J. J. O'Keefe, petition a 511-permit a 529; S. 

Richards, permit a 540; A. W. Richardson, petition a5n-per- 

mit a 529 
Cottage st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a iS3-permit a 184 
Dearborn st. : Charles Erskine, permit a 208 
Dedham st. : Greenwood Fuller, petition a 575-permit a 601 
Dorchester st. : J. Cavanagh & Son, permit a 74; W. R. 

Cavanagh, petition 433 
East Chester park: J. Cavanagh & Son, petition a 374-permit 

a 393 
Elm ST., E.B. : John Cavanagh, permit a 379; John Sohey, 

petition a 347 
F st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 597-permit a 616 
Fellows st. : J. Cavanagh & Son, petition a 374-permit a 393 
Foster's wharf: R. J. Elder, petition a 303 
Foundry' st. : Thomas Cowan, petition a 325-permit a 352 
Gove st. : Greenwood Fuller, petition a 575-permit a 601 
Harrison ave.: Timothy Ahern, petition a 119-permit a 120; 

L. B. Morse, petition a 415-permit a 438 
Hilton st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 492-permit 3493 
Jamaica st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a5ii-permit 3529 
Kimball st. : Margaret Donovan, petition a 281 
Lexington st. : John Powers, petition a47i-permit a 4S0 
Lincoln's wharf: R.J. Elder, petition a 303 
Liverpool st. : John Cavanagh, permit a 379; John Sohey, peti- 
tion a 347 
London st. : S. Soley, petition a 534-permit a 553 
Marlborough ST. : Metropolitan R.R. Co., petition a 374-per- 
mit a 553 ; John Quirk, petition a 653-permit a 669 
Maverick st. : Isaac Budrow, petition a 571-permit a 5S0 
Medford ST., C. : W. E. Nowlan, petition a 471-permit a 4S0; J. 
J. O'Keefe, petition a 511-permit a 529; John Powers, petition 
a 471-permit 480 
Mercantile st. : D. H. Jacobs & Son, petition a 204-permit 

a 225 
Middle st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 492-permit a 502 
Milford PL. : John Deery, petition a 223-permit a 256 
Monument st. : S. Richards, petition a 325-permit a 352 



Buildings, Moving, continued. 

Moulton st. : S. Richards, permit a 540 

Newman st. : W. R. Cavanagh. petition a 597-permit a 616 

Northampton st. : Timo'hy Ahern, petition a 119-permit a 120; 

L. B. Morse, petition a 415-permit a 43S 
Orchard st. : Christian Brown, petition a 575-permit a 595 ; J. T. 

Ryan, petition a 592-permit a 601 
Orchard park st. : J. T. Ryan, petition a 592-permit a 601 
Parker st. : Metropolitan R.R. Co., petition a 374-permit a 553; 

John Quirk, petition a 653-permit a 669 
Porter st., E.B. : |ohn Soley, petition a 511-permit a 529 
Preble st. : John Cavanagh & Son, permit a 74 
Richmond st. : D. H. Jacobs & Son, petition a 204-permit a 225 
Saratoga ST.: Wm. Innis, petition a 457; Wm. Norris, permit 

a 4S0 
Shelton st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 433 
Sumner ST. : Isaac Budrow, petition a 571-permit 3580; John 

Soley, petition a5n-permil a 520 
Swett st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 492-permit a 493 
Tkemont st. : John Deery, petition a 223-permit a 256; Timothy 

McCarthy, petitions a 281, 303 
Union ct., E.B. : John Soley, petition a 511-permit a 529 
Vine st. : A. W. Richardson, petition a 5ii-permit a 529 
Walk Hill st. : W. F. Fallon, permit a 699 

Walnut st., C. : Sylvester Richards, petition a 303-permit a 403 
West First st. : W. R. Cavanagh, petition a 183-peimit a 184- 

refused a 197 
West Fourth st. : Thomas Cowan, petition a 325-permit a 352 
White ave. : W. F. Fallon, permit a 699 
Williams wharf : Sylvester Richards, petition a 335-permit 

a 35 2 
Winship ST. : James Galligan, petition a 104-permit a 120 
Zeigler st. : Christian Brown, petition a 575-permit a 595 

Buildings, Public. (See also names of buildings.) 
18GS, appropriation : request for additional c 53 a 55-granted a 57 c 59 
music-stands : placed in charge of department a S c 11 
Roxbury almshouse : placed in charge of department a 4 c 5 
18©9, committee : appointed a 5 c 10 

superintendent : committee to nominate c 22-non-concurred 

a 24; J. C. Tucker elected a 24 c 26; annual report (CD. 7) a 6 
appropriations : request for additional (CD. 18) a 30 C32-report, 
order passed a 36 c 38, 45 ; request referred 3314 c 322-report, order 
passed a 325 c 332 
Fort Hill : order to report disposition of buildings on c 171 a 174- 

report c 210, 217 a 220 
ordinance : amendment c 126-tabIed a 129-passed a 156, 165-order 

to print (C.D.68) c 166-tabled c 171-passed c 178 
watering streets : order passed c 133 a 135 
Yeoman st. : order to sell buildings on c 266, 272, 302 a 273, 304 

1870, committee : appointed a 5 c 10; authorized to sell land Silver St. 

c 105 
superintendent : J. C. Tucker elected a 27 c 30; annual report 

(C.D.6) a 7; authorized to employ assistants a 111 c 113, 121 
repairs, etc. : authorized c 92, 9S a 101 
sewers Dale st., petition a 107-report, no action a 195 

1871, committee: appointed a5c 10; order authorizing visit to other 

cities rejected c 102-reconsidered, passed c 204 a 205 
superintendent: committee to nominate 04 a 5-J. C. Tucker 

elected a 34 c 36, 42 ; annual report (C.D.4) a 7 c 10 
land and buildings : sale authorized, High-st. place 3309 C313 
repairs, etc. : authorized c 114, 122 a 125 
ventilation : petition improved method a 107 

1872, committee : appointed a 6 c 10 

superintendent : committee to nominate c 5 a 14-nominated a 23- 
James C. Tucker elected a 39 c 43; annual report (CD. 11) a 21 c 25 

almshouse lot, Marcella St. : portion placed in charge of de- 
partment a 267 c 270 

repairs : authorized c 9S, 105 a 108 

1873, committee : appointed a 9 c 17 

superintendent : committee to nominate c 5 a 10-nominated 

a 34 c 36-James C Tucker elected 345 C48; annual report (CD. 7) 

a 20 c 29 
appropriation: request for additional (CD. 131) a 502 c 509- 

granted a 515, 533 c 539, 557 
boilers : petition for inspection a 19 c 29-refused c 14S a 151 
fire-escapes: petition a 51 c 59 
. missionary building: order to lease a 35-tabled a4i-discussed, 

assigned a 66, 6S-discussed a 74-rejected a 94 
old building : cor. Warren and Quincy sts., order passed to sell 

a lSi-amended, passed c 182-non-concurred a 187-passed c 192 
repairs : authorized a 25 c 29, 37 
sewers : petitions a 169, 428 

1874, committee : appointed 37 c 13; topics of mayor's address referred 

to c II 
superintendent : committee to nominate c 5 a8-nominated c 33- 

J. C Tucker elected a 37 c 42; annual report (CD. 5) ai6c zt, 
architect : order to report on expediency of employing c Si a 84- 

report, order to employ draughtsmen tabled c 249-assigned c 261- 

substitute order, to employ architect and draughtsmen passed 

c 273 a 2S3 
appropriation: request for additional (CD. 77) a 6S2 c 6S4~re- 

port, order for transfer a 694-tabled a 695-discussed, passed a 708- 

710 c 725.761 
city offices : order to report on additional room for a 39 c 42-report, 

order passed to hire estate 30 Pemberton sq. a 118-substitute order, 

to hire rooms in Niles Block referred c 131 a 136-report, substitute 



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Buildings, Public, continued. 

rejected, original order passed c 143 a 169; alterations authorized 

c 274 a 2S2 c 468 a 471 ; order for care of a 491 c 511, 522 
edgestones : assessment for a 152, 16S 

Horses : order to report number in department a 157-report a 171 
repairs : authorized c 26 a 29 
standpipes : order to report on expediency of introducing a 453 

C464 _ 

1875, committee : appointed a 7 c 10 

superintendent : committee to nominate c 6 a 7-nominated c 41 

a 46-J. C. Tucker elected c 56 a 60; annual report (CD. 13) a 19 

c 23 ; bond approved a 355 
architect : order appointing continued in force a 310 c 311, 325 
appropriation : transfer in a 687 c 691, 713, 726 
repairs, etc. : authorized a 22, 29 c 39, 51 
sidewalks : a 332, 351, 355, 37s, 446, 455 
187©, committee: appointed a 11 c 17 

superintendent: committee to nominate c 10-nominated a 46 

c 50-J. C. Tucker elected a 67 c 71 ; annual report (CD. 15) a 33 

c 37 
city architect : see " Architect, City." 
egress : means of, communication from inspector relative to a 449 

c 457 , . ' 

repairs t authorized c 30, 37 a 44 
sewer : assessment for a 490 

1877, committee : appointed c 7 a 8 

superintendent : committee to nominate c 6 a 8; nominate a 56- 
J. C. Tucker elected c 96-tabled a 101-elected a 215; annual report 
(C.D.16) a 55 C58 

city architect : see " Architect, City." 

repairs, etc. : authorized a 19, 29 c 35; superintendence of, order 
passed c 834 a 840 

rooms, Pemberton sq. : order passed to hire a 659 c 669, 690 

1878, committee : appointed c 7 a 8 

superintendent : committee to nominate c 7 a 9-nominated c 32 

a 37— J . C.Tucker elected a 38 c 44; annual report (CD. 18) a 41 

c 42 
city architect : see " Architect, City." 
erection and repairs : report, no action necessary on order to 

amend ordinance relating to c 443 a 446 
repairs, etc. : authorized a 20 c 22, 31 
unsafe : order for inspector to report a 72-tabled a 83-passed a 148- 

tabled c 152-report called for a 275-report a 323 

1879, committee : appointed c 12 a 13 c 19 
superintendent: committee to nominate c n a 13-J. C Tucker 

elected a 184 c 199; annual report (CD. 14) a 70 c 79 
city architect : see " Architect, City." 
buildings, Polk st. : sale authorized a 423 c 428 
building, ISO Pemberton sq. : renewal of lease authorized 

a 52S c 530, 544 
repairs, etc. : authorized a 35 c 40 
sewer : Dartmouth St., petition a 471-no action a 502 
sidewalk : Polk St., ordered a 540 

Buildings, Raising. 

1870, Brookune st. : J. Kimball et al. petition a 182-refused a 195 
Canton st. : J. Kimball et al. petition a 182-refused a 195 
Mindoro ST. : C. McGonigle, petition that city aid in raising a 182- 
refused a 338 
Prentiss st. : C. McGonigle, petition that city aid in raising a 182- 
refused a 338; J. Morgan, petition city aid in raising a iS2-refused 

a ! 95 
Suffolk-st. district: contracts authorized: Blair, Proctor, & 
Skinner c 261 a 265 ; Boynton Bros, a 226 c 227, 282 a 2S7 ; J. Cava- 
nagh c 261 a 265; T. Connolly c 272 a 275; S. T. Davis a 226 c 227, 
235; J. F. Dearborn c 272 a 275; M. Drinan a 226 c 227, 235 a 265 
c 261 a 316 C31S a 323 c 324, 333, 347; J. McBarron a 316 c 318; J 



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C Morton a 304 c 306; J. O'Donovan c 272 a 275; H. Plageman 
c 2S2 a 2S7; T.J. Whidden a 316 c 318. 
1871, Suffolk-st. district: contracts authorized: J. S. Blair a 69 c 70, 
75 ; Boynton Bros. & Freeman a 69 c 70, 75 a 137 c 139, 147 ; J. Cava- 
nagh a 162 c 165, 171 a 172, 177; Church of the Holy Trinity a 151 
c 154, 171; Clapp & Ballou c 266 a 279; M. Drinan a 69 c 70, 75 
a 216 c 218, 222, 225; M. S. & G. N. Miller a 28 c 30, 36; S. & D. 
Richards a 69 c 70, 75 

Buildings, Snow-guards on. 

1877, order to consider expediency of passing an ordinance to provide 

a 55 6 c 5 6 7 
Buildings, Survey and Inspection of. 

1871, inspector: Frederic Howes appointed a 247-rejected c 251-recon- 
sideration refused c 260; David Chamberlin appointed a 272 c 274; 
salary established a 249 c 256 

act establishing department : submitted (c. 280, 1S71) a 143 
c 146; order passed to petition for amendment a 399 c 405 

appropriation : request for a 280 c 283-granted a 291, 29S c 313 

building limits : defined a 20S c 212 

office : order to furnish in city hall referred c 342, 353 a 35S-report, 
order passed a 375 c 378 ; petition for c 394 a 396 

ordinance : reported and passed (C.D.55) a igS-reconsidered, 
tabled a 206-amendment rejected, passed a 208-discussed, passed 
c 211, 212; inspector requested to report amendments c 313-report 
referred a 364 c 366-ordinance reported (C.D.97) a388-passed a 404- 
amended, passed c 405 a 41 1 

organization of department : act relatingto [c. 280, 1871] sub- 
mitted and referred a 143 c 146-ordinance reported (C.D.55) and 

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Buildings, Survey and Inspection of, continued. 

passed a i9S-reconsidered, amendment offered, tabled a 206-amend- 
ment rejected, ordinance passed a 2cS-discussed, passed c 211; 
inspector appointed a 272 c 274; salary established a 249 c 256; 
office provided a 375 c 378 

salaries : of inspector, clerk, and assistant inspectors established 
a 249 c 256 

wooden buildings s begun prior to appointment of inspector, 
provisions of ordinance not to apply to c 343, 355 a 358 

1872, committee : appointed a 6 c 10; authorized to issue permits during 

vacation c 216 a 218 

inspector: annual report (CD. 12) a 21 c 25; semi-annual report 
(C.D.77) c 215, 254 a 256; room assigned to a <j.6 

assistant inspectors : request for increase in number c 128-dis- 
cussed a 132-discussed, rejected a 144; special committee appointed 
to ascertain if increase is necessary a 155-report, subject referred 
to next city council a 302 c 308; ordinance increasing number to 
six referred a 356 c 359-ordinance (new draft) reported and passed 
a 40S c 413 ; payment of salary J. T. Souther a 400 c 41 1 

building act : order passed to petition for amendments c 350, 358 
a 354; order passed to print amendments (CD. 126) a 3S8 c 392; 
petition D. W. Beckler, hearing relative to violation a 192 c 194- 
report no action a 419 c 425 

building limits : petition extension to include Wards 7 and 12 
a 274 c 27S-referred to next city council a 419 c 425 

burnt district: erection of temporary buildings authorized a 346 
c 347 ; inspector directed not to issue permits for buildings on c 352 
a 353; authorized to issue permits c 3S1 a 3S6; removal of danger- 
ous walls, etc., ordered a 354 

clerical assistance : authorized c 361 a 362 

ordinance : increasing number of assistant inspectors, reported, 
passed a 40S c 413 

projections over streets : order passed directing inspector to 
retuse permits for a 109-rejected c no; inspector directed to fur- 
nish copies of section 27, ordinance relating to streets a 144 

roofs : order requiring use of iron referred a 339-report, order 
passed requiring use of galvanized or corrugated iron a 342 c 345; 
communication from J. S. Needham relative to c 393 a 397 

room : assigned to inspector a 46 

1873, committee: appointed a 9 c 17; authorized to issue permits dur- 

ing vacation a 293 c 296 

inspector : Oliver L. Shaw appointed vice D. Chamberlin resigned 
a 4S0 c 495-confirmed a 491 c 496-annual report (CD. 28) a 72 c 85; 
semi-annual report a 319; directed to refuse permits on Water st. 
c6aio; directed to revoke permits on Kingston st. a 152 c 154; 
communication relative to construction ot buildings on burnt dis- 
trict a 261 

building law : order passed to petition for regulation of height 
of buildings a 35 c 36; petition for hearing relative to changes in 
c 87 ; petition for codification a 247 c 253 ; order passed to print 
digest a 250 c 253 

burnt district : communication relative to construction of build- 
ings in a 261 ; payment for removing unsafe buildings c 2S6 a 2S9 

cellars below grade : inspector directed to report a 309 

clerical assistance : authorized a 162 c 164, 175 

fires : order to report on preventative measures c 194 a 197-report 
a 534 c 539 

floors : order relative to fire-proofing c 237 a 240-report a 547 c 556 

operatives : inspector directed to examine buildings in which op- 
eratives are employed c 99, 106 a 115 

permits : inspector directed to refuse on Water st. c6 a 10; directed 
to revoke on Kingston st. a 152 c 154 

projections over streets : prohibited a 535 

unsafe buildings : on Congress st., removal ordered a 117; on 
burnt district, payment for removing c 2S6 a 289 

■water-pipes : protection from freezing c 31 a 33 

1874, committee : appointed a 7 c 13 ; report on order to give full power 
to decide on questions relative to wooden buildings a 170 c 174; 
authorized to grant permits during vacation c 446 a 448 

inspector: O. L. Shaw appointed c 536 a 540; annual report 
(CD. 22) a 89 c 97- semi-annual report a 430 c 438; report on con- 
dition of" Faneuil Hall a 434 c 439 

assistant inspectors : petition for additional number, referred 
c 59 a 63-report a 72 c 78-ordinance increasing number to eight 
passed a 170 c 174 

appropriation : request for additional (CD. 19) referred a 41 c 42- 
granted a 47 c 57, 80 

building limits : petition for extension c 464 a 471-refused a 598 
c 601 

cellars below grade : inspector ordered to refuse permits for 
a 478-motion to reconsider discussed, rejected 8493, 494; order 
passed to raise grade of certain a 47S-motion to reconsider dis- 
cussed, rejected a 494-496; cellars below grade reported a 525 

horses : order to report number used in department a 157-report 
a 171 

office-room : request for additional a 15 c 23-report a 39-granted 
a 461 

1875, committee : appointed a 7 c 10; authorized to grant permits du- 
ring vacation a 423 c 425 

inspector: annual report (C.D.16) a34C39; clerical assistance au- 
thorized a 82, 92 c 103, 115; allowed horse and vehicle c 3S6 a 393 

appropriation : transfer a 560 c 565, 590 

theatres : examination ordered c 42S a 431-report (CD. 112) c 614- 
referred c 654 a 658-report, order passed to petition for legislation 
c 715 a 717 

1876, committee: appointed a n c 17; authorized to grant permits 
during vacation a 433 c 435 




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Buildings, Survey and Inspection of, continued. 

inspector: annual report (CD. iS) 051 359; semi-annual report 
(CD. 74) 3406,4560457; communication relative to public build- 
ings deficient in means of egress a 449 c 457 

ainuscuteiit : places of not to be licensed unless approved by in- 
spector a 513; order to report on condition of c 679-discussed, 
amended, passed, and committee appointed c 679, 6Si-rejected 
a 6S3, 6S4-motion to reconsider withdrawn a 703-notice of rejection 

a 70S 
projections over streets : order to petition for amendment to 
act relative to a 579-passed a 590 c 597 

1877, committee: appointed c 7 a 8; authorized to grant permits during 

vacation a 491 c 494 

inspector : John S. Damrell appointed and confirmed a 695-nomi- 
nation discussed and tabled c 701-discussed, remonstrances, con- 
firmed c 720-724-motion to reconsider c 724-discussed, rejected c 734- 
741; opinion city solicitor c 721; annual report (CD. 11) a 30 
c 35 ; semi-annual report a 490 c 494; authorized to employ tem- 
porary assistants a 491 c 494 

assistant inspector: complaint against, referred a 612 c 620- 
report, no action necessary c 655 a 658 

appropriation: order to consider sufficiency of, discussed and 
passed c 446, 447 a 449-report referred to committee on finance 
a 472 c 47S-report, order for transfer passed a 491 c 494 

alterations : Dix PL. : petition, Mrs. W. Browne, to alter, re- 
ferred a 5S1 c 603-report, no action c 655 a 658 

insjii't'iiou: Federal ST., No. 267; order requesting inspection 
of, tabled c 431-discussed and indefinitely postponed c 467 
Sawyer st. : order to examine Hotel Fred, tabled c 431 ; indefi- 
nitely postponed c 447 

school-houses : order for inspector to report on means of egress, 
referred c 36 a 41 ; order passed for inspector to report on means 
of egress and protection of heating apparatus c 779-tabled a 7S2- 
indefinitely postponed a S56 

school-houses, places of amusement, anil churches : 
order passed to report on means of egress c 315-reconsidered and 
tabled c 32S-passed c 35S-indennitely postponed a 363 

streets : ordinance authorizing inspector to grant jjermits for oc- 
cupancy (C.D.69) a490-amended and passeda 512-referred C513- 
votes to adhere and discussions a 535 c 546-549 a 554-referred 
a 555-report c 56S-new draft c 6oS-passed c 621 a 627 

1878, coisiBtiittee : appointed 07 a 8; authorized to grant permits during 

vacation a 428 c 432 
inspector: annual report (C.D.94) c S3 a 95; semi-annual report 

a 465 c 467 
building limits : ordinance extending, reported a i4S-passed a 168 

c 172 
unsafe puhlic buildings : order for inspector to report on 

a 72-tabled a S3-passed a i4S-tabled c 152-report called for a 275- 

order to report passed a 307-report a 323 

1879, committee : appointed c 12 a 13; change in a 5S1 ; authorized to 

grant permits during vacation a 472 c 473 
inspector : annual report (CD. 23) a 120 c 131 ; semi-annual report 

a 477 c 4S1 
building laiv: fire commissioners requested to report whether 

changes are needed c 751 a 755 
elevators : request to consider expediency of placing in care of 

inspector of buildings c 361 a 364 
ordinance : amendment to ordinance relative to height of sills, 

discussed, referred c 9, 10 a 14-committee directed to give public 

hearing c 2S a 34-report, new dralt, discussed c S5-S7-passed c 99- 

tabled a 104-passed a 130 

Buildings, Tenement. {See Tenement Houses.) 

Buildings, Unoccupied. 

1877, order that chief of police report number a 306-discussed and reject- 
ed a 307 

Buildings, Wooden. 

1868, report of engineers of fire department relative to number erected 

since Jan. 1 (CD. 119) a 41 ; order passed to prevent erection a 47 

C47 
permits to build, alter, etc. : 

Border st. : Manson & Peterson, petition a 54-refused a 82 

Broadway and L st. : C. F. Coffin, petition referred to com- 
mittee on fire department c 39-referred tospeciil committee 343- 
discussed, votes to adhere c 44 a 46 c 47 a 51-concurred c 52-re- 
fused c 64 a 67 

Ottawa st. : remonstrance a 54, S2 

Tremont st. : permit revoked a 51 

Ward 12: Stephen Chamberlain, petition referred to special com- 
mittee a 43-referred to committee on fire department c 45-dis- 
cussed, votes to adhere a 46 c 47 a 51-concurred c 52 

1869, erection of: order requesting engineers of fire department to report 

what action has been taken in regard to buildings erected in 
violation of law a 43-report (CD. 35) 357; message from mayor 
relative to erection of, in Boston Highlands c 54 a 58; order 
passed to petition for authority to regulate erection of 054358; 
order to prepare ordinance regulating erection in Boston High- 
lands a 90 c 92 
permits, etc. : 
North-Russell st. : W. S. Hill, remonstrance a 79-refused 
a 116 



Buildings, "Wooden, continued. 

1870, permits to build, alter, etc. : 

Canton st. : Bridget Goldie, petition c 250 a 254-refused c 260 

a 265 
Parker st. : Highland Congregational Society, petition a 116 

c 121 a iS2-permita 187 c 1S8 
Sumner st. : Maverick Wharf Co., petition a 217 c 222-report, no 

action c 270 a 275 
Washington st. : E. Seaver et at., petition that parties building 

near Ball st. be kept within lines a 170; petition to extend front 

line of estates a 182 
West Canton st. : Bridget Goldie, petition c 250 8254; M. A. 

Ochs, petition a 245 c 250-refused a 255 c 260; Albert Stedman, 

petition a 245 c 250-refused a 255 c 260 

1871, inspector : order passed to employ a 119-referred c 121-report, 

order passed c 131, 139 a 143-rescinded a 152 c 154, 171-pay con- 
tinued to June 1, 1S72 a 152 c 154, 171 

ordinance : relating to construction reported, passed (CD. 55) 
a 198-reconsidered, tabled a 206-passed a 208-discussed, passed 
c 211, 212; inspector requested to report amendments c 313-report, 
referred a 346 c 366-ordinance reported (CD. 97) a 3SS-passed a 404- 
amended, passed c 405 a 41 1 ; provisions not to apply to buildings 
begun prior to appointment of inspector c 343, 355 a 358 

permits to build, alter, etc.: 
Chandler st. : Boston & Albany Railroad, petition a 297 
Court st. : Samuel Nash, petition a 239 
Eastern R.R. Co. : permit a 364 c 366 
Gold st. : J. P. Treadwell, petition a 5-refused a 28 c 30 
King st. : Manley Crossin, order to grant permit referred 

a 396-report, order rejected a 403 
Lenox st. : James Teevan, remonstrance a 127 
Marginal st. : Boston & Albany R.R., permit a 332 c 336 
Webster st. : E. R. Webster, permit a 349 

1872, committee : authorized to issue permits during vacation c 216 

a 218 
building limits : petition extension to include wards 7 and 12 

a 274 c 278-referred to next city council a 419 c 425 
permits to build, alter, etc. : 

Adams St., D. : D. Eddy and M. A. King, petitions a 297 c 308- 
permits a 319 c 32S 

Albany- st. : Bullard, Thomas, & Competition a 113 c 118-no 
action necessary a 123 c 127; A.T.Stearns & Son, petition a 122 
c 127-permit a 143 c 146; Crowley & Coughlan, petition a 171 
c 179-permit a 184 c iSS; W. Clark & Co., petition c 1S2 a iSS- 
permit c 195 a 197; J. F. Paul, petition a 210 c 215-permit a 223 
c 231 

Athens st. : Thomas Haney, petition c 335 a 342-permit a 363 

Bedford st. : Sargent Brothers & Competition 3341 

Central wharf: J. O. Whiting & Co., petition a 171 c 179-per- 



c 394 



petition a 3S4 c 392-refused a 407 
C. A. Shepard, petition c 199 a 200-permit 



mits a 184 c iSS 
Commercial st. : Butler & Co. 

C4'3 
Commercial st., D. 

c 20S a 212 

D ST. : A. Emerson & Co., petition a 354-refused a 563 c 365 
Dorchester ave. : N. T. Robinson, petition a 131 c 135-permit 

a 143 c 146; C. Alexander, petition a 162 c 167-permit a 175 c 179; 

L. H. Jones, petition a 166 c 167-report, leave to withdraw, recom- 
mitted a 175 c 179-report accepted c 195 a 197 
East Boston, wharf in: Blodgett & Corry, petition a 113 

c 118-permit a 124 c 127 
First st. : W. B. Fowle, petition a 85 c Sg-permit a 94 c 96; order 

to issue permit to Boston Machine Co. referred c 121 a 123- 

permit a 143 c 146; John Lally, petition a 207 c 308-permit a 319 

C328 
Forest ave. : I. A. Medbury, petition a 113 c 118-refused a 123 

c 127 
Forest Hills ave. : S. I. Ruggles, petition a 171 c 179-no action 

necessary c 199 a 200 
Foundry - st. : T. C Smith, petition a 12-no action necessary 

a 23 
Hall's wharf : McQuestion & Fogg, petition c 182 a 184-permit 

c 208 a 212 
Heath st. : B. & Providence R. Competition c 120 a 123-permit 

a 143 c 146 
Heath pl. : Timothy Hurley, petition a 203 c 207 
High st. : Abbott & Howard, Cochrane & Thayer, Lester, John- 
son, & Moody, Wm. W. Kellett, petitions 3341 c 345 — J. S. 

Stone, petition a 346 c 347 
Hudson and Edgewood sts. : order Metropolitan Railroad, 

referred c 11 a 13-permit c 16 a 22 
Lewis st. : order Boston Sugar Refinery, referred e 130 a 132- 

permit a 142 c 146 
Malden st. : Daniel Rickerby, petition a 171 c 179-permit a 1S4 

c 18S 
Marginal st. : Boston & Albany Railroad, petitions c 82 a 85 

c 97 a 101 c 120 a 123 c 199 a 200-permits a 94 c 96, 105 a 107, 133 

c 135, 20S a 212; Taylor & Coltman, petition a 92 c 96-permit 

a 124 c 127 
Maverick st. : Boston Forge Co., petition a 99 c 104-permit 

a 124 c 127; Eastern Railroad, petition a 131 c 135-permit a 143 

c 146 
Mavo's wharf : II. Mayo & Co., petition a 203 c 207-permit a 213 

C215 
Neponset : Pratt & Co., petition a 12 c 16-permit a 23 c 25 
Oriole st. : E. E. Rice, petition c 169 a 175-pennit c 195 a 197 



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Eastern Railroad Co., petition a 6 c io-permit a 14 



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c 16 
Park St., D. : A. Goss, petition a 152 c i5S-permit a 175 c 179 
Pearl st. : Boyd, Corey & Co., petition a 341 
Putnam st. : S. G. Kenney, petition c 3S0 a 3SS-permit a 407 c 413 
Richmond st. : Butler & Co., petition a 384 c 392-refusea a 407 

c 413 
Sixth st. : R. Bishop, petition a 353-remonstrance a 354 c 358-no 

action necessary a 363 c 365 
Spring Garden st. : Barnard & Lord, petition a 131 c 135-refused 

a 143 ci/ 
Summer st. : Boston, Hartford, & Erie R., permit a 341 c 345 
Townsend ST. : R. D. Goodwin, petition c 97 a 101-permit c 105 

a 107 
Tudor st. : A. Emerson & Co., petition a 354-refused a 363, c 365 
Waltham st. : A. T. Stearns & Son, petition a 162 c 167-permit 

a 175 c 179 
Ward st. : E. Nathans, petition c 105 a 107-refused a 133 c 127; 

Isaac Cook & Co., petition a 310 c 323-permits a 329 c 334 
Wareham st. : N. O. Hart, petition c 261 a 264-refused a 292 

C295 
Warren Bridge : wharf near, Fitchburg Railroad Co., order to 

build referred c 11 a 13-report, permit c 16 a 22 
Washington st., D. : C. P. Tolman, petition a 152 c 158-permit 

a 17s c 179 
Waverley ST.: O. H. Davenport, petition c m a 113-refused 

a 123 c 127 
Westminster st. : H. R. & W. B. Quigley, petition C328 a 329- 

refused a 342 C 345 
1873» committee : authorized to issue permits during vacation a 293 
c 21^' 
building limits : report, inexpedient, on petition for extension to 

include wards 7 and 12 a 547 c 556 
ordinance : petition for change a 382 c 390-report, no action 

necessary a 567 c 569 
permits to build, alter, etc. : 

Adams st., D. : S. S. Woodcock, petition a 217 c 224-permit c 227 

a 230 
Albany st. : G. G. Elder & Son, petition a 169 c 175-permit c 194 

a 197; F. J. Downes, petition a 217 c 224-permit c 267 a 269; J. 

F. Paul, petition a 325 c 329-permit a 352 c 356; E. F. Meany, 

petition a 350 c 356-permit a 3S3 c 390; Stanley Gore & Co., 

petition a 367- permit a 3S3; W. Pope & Son, petition c 462 a46S- 

permit a 534 c 530 
Blue Hill ave. : Charles Cullis, petition c 122 a 126-permit a 162 

c 164 
Border st. : R.J. Elder petition a 316 c32o-no action necessary 

a 33S c 356; McQuestion & Fogg, petition a 316 c 329-permit a 353 

C356; L. Pickering, petition c 362 a 371-permit a4io c 416 
Boston wharf : C. P. Clark, petition a 316 c 329-permit a 352 

c 356 
Broadway: Thomas Keyes, petition a 139 c 144-refused a 162 

c 164 ; A. F. Cole, petition a 310 c 329-permit a 352 c 356 
Brooks st. : James Felton, petition am c 121-permit a 127 c 135 
Carleton's wharf : Joseph Robbins, petition a 341 c 346-permit 

a 3S 2 c 3S 6 
Chelsea st. : Joseph Marshall, petition c 4S5 a 489-no action nec- 
essary a 547 c 556 
Cotting ST. : P. Bergen, petition a in c 121-refused a 127 c 135 
Dorchester ave. : Thomas Gogin, petition c 37 a 44-permit a 65 
c 69; Winchester & Hight, petition a 40 c 47-refused a 66 c 69- 
petition a 72 c85-permit c 99 a 102; S. S. Lord, petition c 236 
a 240-permit c 266 a 269; Third Religious Society of Dorches- 
ter, petition a 3S2 c 390-perm it a 410 c 416; E. Goodfellow, pe- 
tition a 393 c 416-permit a 430 c 435; L. H. Jones, petition a 480 
c 485-permit a 493 c 496 
E ST. : Hersey Brothers, petition a 441 c 449-permit c 462 a 468 
Eagle st. : W. Snelling, petition a 545 c 556-permit a 566 c 569 
Eaton st. : Davis Damon, petition a 316 c 329-permit a 353 c 356 
Eustis ST. : E. Howard & Co., petition c 2S5 a 2SS 
Farnham ST.: A. D. Williams, petition a 531 c 539-permit a 562 

c 569 
Federal st. : A. C. Wellington, petition c 253 a 259-no action 

necessary c 266 a 269 
First ST. : Suffolk Kindling Wood Co., petition a 22S c 234-re- 

fused c 266 a 269, 295 
Franklin ct. : Edward Bryant, petition c 98 a 102-permit a 127 

c 135 
Foundry st. : John Lynch, petition c 9S a 102-permit c 124 a 127 
Foster's wharf : W. R. Clark, petition a 350 c 356-permit a 410 

c 416 
Fulton st., D. : A. T. Stearns, petition c 510 a 514-permit a 534 

c 539 
Harrison ave. : P. O'Donahue, petition a 310 c 329-permit a 352 

c 356; E. Gallagher, petition c 450 a 453-refused c 462 a 468 
K. st. : Newton Morton, petition a 22S c 234-no action necessary 

a 305 c 329 
Lewis st. : E. T. Loring c 147 a 151 
Liverpool wharf : Prescott & Chapin, petition c 214 a 218-per- 

mit c 266 a 269 
Marcella st. : P. B. Smith, petition a 247 c 253-permit 

a 269 
Marginal st. : Conrad Decker, petition a 139 c 144-permit 

a 169 
Medford st. : Torreys&Co., petition c 193 a 197-permit c 227 

a 230 



267 
168 



Buildings, Wooden, continued. 

S. C. Field & Co., petition c 



BUILDING 



159 a 161-permit c 168 



462 

227 
502 



Ninth st. : 

a 169 

Norfolk ave. : Pearsons Bros. & Co., petition c 266 a 269 
Palmer st. : Benjamin Franklin, petition a 101 c 105-refused 

a 127 c 135 
Park and Adams sts. : E. Maclean, petition c 17-permit a 33 

C36 
Parker st. : Owen Nawn, petition a 139 c 144-permit a 170 c 175 
Pigeon's wharf, Sumner st. : H. Pigeon & Son, petition c 30 

a 33~P enT1 it a 33 c 36 
Purchase st. : Leonard Ware, petition a 382 c 390-report, no 

jurisdiction a 410 c 416 
Reed st. : P. Campbell & Son, petition c 69 a 76-permit c 99 a 102 
River st. : Tileston & Hollingsworth, petition c 214 a 218- 

permit c 227 a 230 
Second st. : Vance & Co., petition a 187 c 192; Hersey Brothers, 

petition a 441 c 449-permit a 402 c 468 
Shirley st. : M. Drinan & Co., petition c 450 a 453-permit 

3468 
Simmons st. : J. R. Bigelow, petition a 258 c 264 
South st. : John Preston, petition a 294 c 296 
Taylor st., D. : S. G. Snelling, petition c 175 a 179-permit 

a 230 
Terrace st.: Reuter & Alley, petition a 467 c 476-permit 

c 509 
Tremont st. : L. Petsch, petition c 243 a 247-permit c 267 a 269; 

Thomas Carbery, petition a 277 c 285-no action necessary a 305 

c 329; Timothy McCarthy, petition c 362 a 371-permit a 410 c 416 
Upton st. : Eli Fernald, petition a 19 

Ward st. : P. J. Myers, petition a 353 c 356-permit c 330 a 341 
Wareham st. : J. J. McNutt, petitions a in c 121 a 127 c 135-re- 
fused a 152 c 154 
Warren st. : J. T. Gurney, petition c 203 a 207-permit c 227 a 230 
Weeks wharf : Dyer & Gurney, petition a 178 c 182-permit c 194 

a 197; J. S. Weeks, petition a 206 c 212-permit c 227 a 230 
White st. : James Frame, petition a 42S c 435-permit c 462 a 468 
Wiswall's wharf : J. R. White & Son, petition a 17S c 182-per- 
mit c 194 a 197 
187'4 ) committee : authorized to grant permits during vacation c 446 

a 448 
permits to build, alter, etc. : 
Albany st. : Edwin Ball, petition a 251 c 257; S. H. Tarbell, pe. 

tition c 536 a 540-permit a 563 c 565 
Allbright ct. : J. G. Allbright, petition c 163 a 169-permit 

a 182 c 197 
Ames st. : T. H. Libby, petition a 334^ c 344-permit a 359 c 363 
Ashton PL. : Kelley & Mooney, petition c 566 a 567-permit a 643 

C654 
Austin ST. : J. Bryant, petition c 547 a 553-permit a 563 c 565 
B ST. : D. C. Leoney, petition a 164 c 174-permit c 229 a 237 
Border st. : C. H. & S. S. Richardson, petition c 22S a 237-per- 

mit c 249 a 252 
Boylston st., W.R. : W. Clark, petition c 423 a427-permit c 468 

a 471 ; C. Page, petition a 369 c 3S:-permit 3402 c 405 
Bristol st. : J. F. Paul, petition c 576 a 57S-permit c 591 a 594 
Broadway: H. A. Doe, petition c 3S6 a 390-permit a 432 c 438; 

A. M. Stetson, petition a 369 c 381-permit a 402 c 405 
Bunker Hill st. : J. Stone, petition c 133 a 136-permit a 153 

c 1 S9 
Cambridge ST., C. : Getchell & Eldridge, petition a 513 c 517- 

permit a 531, 540 c 547 
Canal st. : J. Lehan, petition a 306 c 310-permit a 359 c 563 
Central wharf, E.B. : L. Pickering, petition a 251 c 257-permit 

a 269 c 272 
Clayton st. : J. H. Pierce, petition c 576 a 578-permit a 598 c 601 
Commercial st. : Boston Gas Light Co., petition c 25 a 29-per- 

mit a 39 c 42 
Cunard wharf : D. H. Blaney, petition a 46 c 57-permit a 72 c 78 
Dorchester st. : R. H. Barham, petition c 350 a352-permit a 402 

C4°5 
Dorchester ave. : F. M. Cook, petition a 114 c 130-permit c 145 

a 150; Thomas Leavitt, petition c 632 a 641-permit a 666 c 667 
Dudley st. : A. Fink, petition a 427 c 43S 
East Newton st. : Houghton & Short, petition a 559 c 565-re- 

fused c 576 a 578 
Elm st., C. : 1. Littlefield, petition c 133 a 136 
Farnham st. : Whiting Iron Foundry Co., petition c 566 a 567- 

no action necessary c 576 a 578 
Fourth st. : H. Walcott, petition a 136 c 141-remonstrance a 149 

c 159-refused a 194 c 197 
Franklin ct. : E. Bryant, petition c 406 a 409 
George st. : S. J. Peet, petition a 100 c 106-permit c 145 a 150 
Green st., W.R. : H. Dudley, petition a 5S7 c 591-permit a 643 

c6S4 
Greenleaf wharf: S. W. Fuller, petition c 406 a 409-permit 

c 424 a 427 
Hampshire st. : Whittier Machine Co., petition c 523 a 525-per- 

mit c 536 a 540 
Harrison ave. : W. C. Reed, Jr., petition a 299 c 307-permit 

a 359 c 363 
Hospital wharf, Albany st. : T. W. Carter, petition a 46 c 57- 
permit a 72 c 78 
Hospital wharf, Charles st. : J. L. Merguire, petition a 72 

c 78-permit c 145 a 150 
Kenrick st.: W. C. Strong, petition a 513 c 517-permit a 531, 

54° c 547 



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BUILDINGS 



BUILDINGS 



Buildings, "Wooden, 



itimied. 



Leonard st. : J. A. King, petition c 291 a 300-permit a 359 c 363 
Main st., C. : C. Fowler & Son, petition c 257 a 264-permit a 31S 

c 323; J. S. Nason, petition a 609 c 616 
Market st., B. : A. Howe, petition a 622 c 631-permit a 643 c 654 
Marlborough st. : Metropolitan Ry. Co., petition c 272 a 282 
Maverick st. : E. J. Moore, petition a 220 c 228-permit a 228 

c 243 
Medford st. : Gilman & Cheney, petition c 272 a282-permit a 302 

C309 
Mercantile st. : S. Pierce & Co., petition c 272 a 282-permit 

a 302 c 309 
Mercer st. : F. O. Clark, petition a 306 c 310-permit a 359 c 363 
Michigan ave. : M. A. Cook, petition a 262 c 272-permit a 302 

C309 
Monmouth st. : L. W. Simons, petition a 203 c 216-permit c 229 

a 237 
New Heath st. : C. D. Bickford, petition a 622 c 631-no action 

necessary a 643 c 654 
Norfolk ave.: C.J. Donovan & Co., petition a 46 c 57-permit 

a 72 c 78 
Palmer st. : O. Nawn, petition c 566 a 567-permit c 576 a 579 
Parker st. : O. Nawn, petition a 539 c 547-permit a 563 c 565; 

Metropolitan Ry. Co., petition c 272 a 282 
Plymfton st. : Smith & Jacobs, petition a 736 c 755 
Portland st. : Messenger & Co., petition a 251 c 257-permit a 269 

c 272 
Randolph st. : A. R. Whittier, petition c 406 a 409-permit c 46S, 

511 a 513 
Second st. : J. H. George, petition c 272 a 2S2-permit c 291 a 300 ; 

Francis (or James) H. George, petition a 220 c 228-refused 

a 23S c 243 
Seventh st. : T. H. Dunham, petition c 163 a 169-permit a 194 

c 197 . 

Shawmut ave. : Highland Ry. Co., petition c 133 a 136-permit 

c 145 a 150 
Sixth st. : F. S. Wright, petition a 211 c 216-permit a 338 c 243 
South st., W.R. : E. B. Dudley, petition a 220 c 22S-permit a 238 

c 2 43 
South Market st. : D. B. Hamlin, petition c 406 3409 
Warwick ST. : Haley, Morse, & Co., petition a 600 c 601-permit 

a 643 c 654 
Washington St., D. : H. Crane, petition a 149 c 159-permit a 194 

c 197; C. S. Rogers, petition c 228 a 237-permit c 249 a 252 
Washington St., B. : C. Currier, petition c 272 a 2S2-permit 

a 302 c 309; A. Harrington, petition c 133 a 136-permit c 145 

a 150; S. Hatfield, petition a 114 
Western ave. : G. W. Hollis, petition a 84 c 97-permit a 102 

c 106; Maynard & Rice, petition a 2S2 c 290-permit a 302 c 309 
1875, committee : authorized to grant permits during vacation a 423 
C425 
permits to build, alter, etc. : 
Albany st. : H. Snelling & Co., petition a 26S-permit a 30S c 311 
Annawan ave. : J. H. Dyer, petition a 656 c66S-permit 3705 c 713 
Bartlett pl. : C. J. Donovan & Co., petition a 13 c 16-permit 

027331 
Bristol st. : Morris & Ireland, petition a 465 c 46S-permit c 4S7 

a 494 
Broadway: Thos. Keyes, petition a 410 c 425; S. B. Cunning- 
ham, petition c 750 a 752 
Buffalo st. : D. VV. Lincoln, petition c 6133 620-permit 3705 

C7'3 
Canal st. : F. O. & J. T. Reed, petition c 259 3 262-permit a 308 

c 3ii 

Mass. Infant Asylum, petition a 203 c 211- 



J. A. Peck, petition a 46 c 50-permit a S2, 92 

. : F. W. Webster, petition a 47S c 4S3-permit 

D. : Glover & Jones, petition a 29 c 39-permit 



Centre st., W.R. 

permit a 222 c 227 
Charlestown st. 

c 103 
Columbia st., D. ; 

c 554 a 559 
Commercial st 

a 62 c 76 
Culvert st. : O. H. Weed, petition a 292 c 299-permit a 304 

c.311; R. T. Paine, Jr., petition 3 26S-refused 3 309 c 31 1 
Curtis st. : Cummings & Se3rs, petition a 452 c 459-permit c 487 

a 494 
D ST. : John Wattendorf, petition c 23S-refused a 263 c 271 
Decatur st. : W. VV. Bennett, petition a 452 c 459-permit c 554 

a 559 

Dorchester ave. : E. Lalley, petition a 762 

Dudley st. : F. C. Shedd, petition c 505 a 516-no action neces- 
sary a 560 c 565 

East Boston : B., R.B., & Lynn R.R., petition a 452 c 459-per- 
mit c 487 a 494 

East First st. : George & Proctor, petition a 332 c 33S-permit 

a 375 c 3S1 

First st. : remonstrance against building for chemical purposes 
a 33 2 c 33S-report, referred to committee on survey and inspec- 
tion of buildings a 437 c 565-report referred to committee on fire 
department a 560 c 565-report, leave to withdraw a 68S c 691 

Foundry- st. : S. Boston Iron Co., petition a 527 c539-permit c 554 

a 559 
Front st., C. : Fitchburg R.R., petition c 476 a 478-permit c 487 

a 494 
Gold st. : J. Murphy, petition c 259 a 262 
Grand Junction wharf: B. & Albany R.R., petition a 239 

c 251-permit a 264 c 271 

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Buildings, 'Wooden, continued. 

Hittinger's wharf: J. S. Bean, petition a 239 c 251-permit 

a 264 c 271 
K ST. : W. H. Whitmore, petition a 465 c 46S-remonstrance a 478 

c 483-permit c 4S7 3494 
Medford St., C. : G. Williams, petition c 325 a 332-permit a 375 

c 3S1 
Miller st. : G. C. Hikok, petition a 355 c 359-permit a 375 c 3S1 
Monmouth st. : E. P. Oliver, petition a 239 c 251-permit a 264 

c 271 
Norfolk ave.: Riddle Bros., petition c 3S6 
Paris st; : J. W. Kimball, petition c 399 a 410 
Plympton st. : Smith & Jacobs c 27 a 31 
Py/nchon st. : Metropolitan R.R. Co., petition a 203 c 211-permit 

a 222 c 227 
Rogers ave. : S. H. Munson, petition a 239 c 251-permit a 264 

c 271 
Silver st. : T. H. Carberry, petition c 463 a 465-permit c 4S7 

3494 
Sixth st. : O. C. & Newport R.R., petition a 164 c 174-permit 

a 206 c 211 
Spring st., W.R. : J. J. Williams, petition a 292 c 299-permit 

a3o8c3ii 
Texas st. : D. W. Lincoln, petition c 613 a 620-permit 8705 c 713 
Wakeham st.: E. F. Meany, petition a 493 c 501-permit c 554 

a 559 
Warren bridge: Fitchburg R.R. Co., petitions a 81,278085, 

281-permit a 151, 164, 30S c 174, 311 
Williams ST. : J. P. Gas-light Co., petition c 119 a 122-permit 

a 151, 164, c 174 
187©, committee : authorized to grant permits during vacstion a 433 
C435 
permits to build, alter, etc. : 
A ST. : John Souther & Co., petition a 273 c 283-permit 3 303 c 303 
Albany st. : J. S. Lyons, petition c 320 a 322-permit a 33S c 342; 

Walter J. Roberts, petition c 554 a 562-permit a 587 c 597 
Amory st. : H. L. Brackett, petition 3 572 c 581 ; J. Oscar Kent, 

permit 3587 c 597 
Ashford st. : John A. S3\vyer, petition c 18 a 23-permit c 30 a 32 
Atlantic ave. : Jasper Sugar Refinery, permit a 228 c 235 
Beacon St. : Roxbury Mill Corporation, petition a 158 c 164-re- 

fused a 179 c 185 
Bismarck st. : Boylston brewery, petition a 273 c 283-permit 

a 3°3 c i°i 
Border st. : Randall J. Elder, petition a 562, 572 C58i-permit 

a S87C 597 

Boston, Lowell, & Nashua R.R. wharf: J. H. Sears, per- 
mit a 179 c 1S5 

Bremen st. : J. W. Hunnewell & Co. a 310 c 314-refused 333s 

C34 2 
Brooks st. : D. L. Ryder & Sons, petition a 261 c 264-permit 

a 3°3 c 3°3 
Buffalo st. : Boston & Albany R.R., petition a 523C530-permit 

a 537 c 539 
Butler ave.: Boston, Revere Beach, & Lynn R.R., petition 

a 511 C5i5-permita537c5?9 
Canal st., C. : Drivers' Union Ice Co., petition c 1S8 a 193-per- 

mit a 228 c 235 
Causeway st. : D. Roby & Son, petition c 320 a 322-permit a 33S 

C34 2 

Central ave. : C, Tilden, petition c 2S9 a 294-permit a 303 c 303 

Culvert st. : Maynard & McMuIlen, petition c 18S a 193-permit 
a 228 c 235 

Dorchester ave.: C. Kammerer, petition a 133 c 140-refused 
a 179 c 185 ; Mechanics' Nation3l Bank et ate., remonstrance c 18 
a 23; Metropolitan R.R., petition 3 366 c 373-permit 3410 C415 

East Broadway : Ssmuel B. Cunningham, petition c iS a 23- 
permit c 30 a 32 

Fitchburg R.R Co's. wharf : petition a 310 c 314-permit a 338 

C34 2 
Foundry st. : G. A. James, petition c iS a 23-permit c 30 a 32 
Fourth st., R. : G. W. Lewis, petition a 294 c 303-permit a 312 

C3'4 
Green st., W.R. : Boston & Providence R.R., petition 3 511 C515- 

permit 3 537 c 539 
Harris ct : J. H. Pattee, petition c 73 3 76-permit a 101 c 103 
Lowell R.R. wharf: Warner & Freeman, petition a 158 c 164 
Maverick st. : Moses W. Haskins et al., petition a 347 c 362- 

permit a 393 c 395 
Orleans st. : East Boston Ice Co., petition a 572 c 5Si-permit 

a 5S7 c 597 
Palmer st. : Wm. Morse, petition a 76 c 86-permit a 101 c 103 
Princeton st. : H. S. Linnell, petition a 303 c 303-permit a 338 

C34 2 
Py/nchon st. : Metropolitan R.R., petition a 158 c 164-permit 

a 179 c 185 
River st. : F. M. Severance, permit a 139 c 140 
Short st. : Edward Lally, petition a 11 c 16-refused a 33 c 37 
South st., W.R. : Metropolitan R.R., petition a 303 c 303-permit 

8.3120314 
Sparhawk st.: S. L. Davenport, petition a 174 c 185 -permit a 22S 

C23S 
Spectacle Island: N. Ward & Co., petition a 321 c 330-permit 

a 338 c 342 
Texas st. : G. W. Lewis, petition a 294 c 303-permit a 312 c 314 
Upton st., B.: George Upton, petition a 562 c 581-permit a 5S7 

C597 



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Buildings, Wooden, continued. 

West Broadway : T. Keyes, petition a 366 c 395 
West First st. : Lally & Russell, permit a 101 c 103 
Western ave. : J. Arkerson, petition c 264 a 273-permit 3303 

c 303 
Winchester St., C. : Stephen Baldrey, petition a 243 c 255-per- 
mit a 303 c 303 ; Reed Brothers & Sawin, petition a 572 c 581-per- 
mit a 5S7 c 597 

1877, committee : authorized to grant permits during vacation a 491 

C494 
permits to build, alter, etc. : 

Beacon Park, B. : Morrow & Barker, petition c 141 a 148-permit 

a 175 c 181 
Blue Hill ave. : Highland R.R., petition a 277 c 286-permit 

a 296, c 308-report and order to modify conditions c 3573363; 

Grove Hall Universalist Society, petition a 468 c 478-permit 

c 563 a 579 
Border st. : East Boston Dock Co., petition a 695 -permit c 742 

a 744; Metropolitan R.R. Co. a 795 
Cambridge st. : Eastern R.R. petition c 445 3449 
Cambridge st., D. : J. H. Walsh, petition c 635 a 640-permit 

c 655 a 65S 
Canal St., C. : B. F. Teeling, petition a 52 c 58-permit a 101 

c 118 
Carleton st. : S. G. Reed, petition c 849 a 853 
Chelsea st. : Maverick Oil Co., petition a' 657-permit c 742 

a 744; Pierce & Canterbury, petition a 795-permit a 843 c 846 
Culvert st. : O. H. Weed, petition c 255 a 258-permit a 278 c 286 
Decatur ave. : A. Zeigler, petition a 52 c 5S-permit a 101 c 118 
Dorchester ave.: Metropolitan R.R., petition a 130 c 137-per- 

mit a 175 c 1S1 
Dorchester st. : M. E. church, petition a 411 c 427-permitc 445 
E. Fourth st. : H. Lawn, petition a 210 c 217-permit a 266 c 270 
Elm ST., W.R. : H. Dudley, petition c 701 a 704 
Grand Junction wharf: B. & Albany R.R., petition a 237 

c 253-permit a 266 c 270 
Green ST., W.R. : Thomas Mayo, petition a 703 c 718-permit 

C742 a744-modification of order a 837 c 846 
Market st., B. : Butchers' Slaughtering and Melting Associa- 
tion, petitions a 130 c 137, 720 a 725-permits a 175 c 181, 742 a 744 
Maverick wharf: N. Mayo, petition a 100 c 118-permit a 175 

c 181 
Mystic wharf : Boston, Lowell, & Nashua R.R., petition 

c 833 a 840-permit a S43 c 846 
Shawmut ave. : Highland R.R., petition a 448 c 459-permit a 472 

c 47 8 
Starr st. : J. D. Wester, petition a 334 c 352-permit a 392 c 403 
Taylor st. : A. P. Stearns, petition a 61 1 c 620-permit c 655 a 658 
Third st. : B. & Albany R.R., petition a 223 c 228 
Warren st. : Highland-st. Meth. Church, petition a 657-permit 

c 742 a 744; F. E. Woods, petition a 146 c 1 58-permit a 175 c 181 
Western ave. : G. W. Hollis, petition c 720 a 725-permit c 742 

a 744 
West First st. : B. & F. H.Jenny, petition a 80 c 95-permit 
a 175 c 181 

1878, committee : authorized to grant permits during vacation a 428 

C432 
building limits : petition that territory south of Albany St., be- 
tween Northampton and Palmer sts., be included in c 88 a 95-re- 
fused c 669 a 675 ; boundary changed, ordinance reported a 148- 
passed a 16S c 172 
permits to build, alter, etc. : 

Albany' st. : Ira Russell & Co. petition a 145-permit 3305 c 308 
Atlantic ave. : Mercantile Wharf Corporation petition a 381 

c 389-permit a 428 c 432 
Carleton st. : S, G. Reed, permit c 25 a 26 
Chelsea st. : Kidder, Vaughn, & Co. petition c 669 a675-permit 

C703 a 711 
Clinton st. : Mercantile Wharf Corp., petition a 272 c 277-per- 

mit a 290 c 291 
Commonwealth flats : N.Y. & N.E. Railroad Co., petition 

a 638 c 663-permit c 690 a 696; W. H. White, petition a 711 c 737- 

permit a 759 c 765 
Constitution wharf: Fitchburg R.R. Co., petition a 109 c 116- 

permit a 147 c 152; petition a 604 c 612-permit a 624 c 628 
Division st. : A. L. Bailey, petition c 636-report, no action c 669 

a 675 
Elm st., W.R. : H. Dudley, refused c 25 a 26 
Federal st. : Boston Fire-Brick & Clay-Retort Co., petition 

a 513 c 520-refused c 541 a 546 
Foss st. : P. O'Kiordan, petition a 318 c 32S-permit a 428 c 432 
Grand Junction wharf : Boston & Albany R.R. Co., petition 

a 357 c 36S-permit a 42S c 432 
Green St., W.R. : T. Mayo, refused c 25 a 26 
Harrison ave. : Association Protection Destitute Roman Cath- 
olic Children, petition a 318 c 32S-permit a 42S c 432 
Malden st. : Russell & Co., permit a 115 c 116 
Marginal st. : Eastern R.R. Co., petition a 546 c 561-permit 

a 565 c 575 
Market St., B. : Butchers' Slaughtering & Melting Association, 

petition c 541 a 546-permit a 565 c 575 
Medford ST. : Amos Stone, petition a 621 c 628-permit c 669 

a 675 
Mercantile st. : J. Stone & Co., petition a 750 c 765-permit C776 

a 780 
Mystic wharf: J. Peck & Son, petition a 621 c 62S-permit c 669 

a 675 



Buildings, Wooden, continued. 

Neponset ave. : R. S. Frampton, petition a 109 c 116-permit 

a 147 c 152 
Union ave.. W.R. : B. F. Sturtevant, petition a 17-permit a 85 

c 87 
Water St., C. : J. C. Nichols, petition a 582 c 595-permit 3624 

c 628; Damon heirs, petition a 750 c 765-permit c 776 a 780 
Washington ST. : C.L.Smith, petition a 95 c 103-refused 3251 

c 258 
1879, committee : authorized to grant permits during vacation a 472 

c 473 
sills : ordinance to amend ordinance regulating height of, dis- 
cussed, referred c 9, 10 a 14-committee directed to give public 
hearing c 28 a 34-report, ordinance in new draft discussed c 85- 
87-passed c 99-tabled a 104-passed a 130 
permits to build, alter, etc : 
Albany' st. : T. W. Carter, petition a 3S7 c 395; O. Bearse & Son, 
petition a 641 c 646-permit 3659 C662; L. B. Morse, petition 
a 3S7 c 395; S. H. Stratton, petition a 374 c 3S0 
Alford st. : A. Stone, petition a 402 C405 
Atlantic ave. : • Brock & Coy, petition c 360 a 364 
Beacon St., B. : A. H. Glover, petition 3 374 c 3S0 
Border st. : Leonard Pickering, petition a 415 c 42S; W. L. 
Stewart, petition a 325 c 337; W. L. Sturtevsnt, petition a 281 
c 2S4-permit a 352 c 353 
Buffalo st. : B. & A. R.R., petition a 552 c 562-permit a 601 

c 605 
Caswell's wharf : J. C. Nichols, petition a 374 c 3S0 
Chelsea St. : Kidder, Vaughn, & Co., petition 3 534 c 544-permit 
3 601 c 605; M3verick Oil Co., petition a 534 c 544-permit a 601 
c 605 
Chester park : George Curtis, petition 3 477 c 481 
Clarendon st. : W. T. Brigh3m, petition c 99 a 104 
Columbus ave. : Samuel Cabot, et al., petition a 223 c 238 
Commercial st. : Boston Gas-light Co., petition a 1S3 c 189-per- 

mit a 210 c 212 
Davis wharf: L. G. Burnham, petition c 360 a 364 
Devon st. : B. & A. R.R. , petition c 620; permit c 640 a 641 
Dorchester ave. : C. S. Blood, petition a 303 c 315-permit c 345 
a 34S; L. H.Jones, petitions c 563 a 571, 613 c 6iS-permits a 601 
c 605 a 625 c 620; Naylor &,Co., petition, 3415 0428,678 a679-per- 
mit, c 731 ; Old Colony R.R. Co., petition 3 415 c 428 
Elm st. : H. Dudley, petition a 672 c 675-permit c 731 
Faneuil st. : Union R3ilway Co., petition a 613 c. 618-permit 

a 625 c 629 
Foundry st. : Old Colony|R.R., petitions a 613 c 618 a 672 c 675- 

permits 3 625 c 629 a 724 c 731 
Frothingham ave. : T. Stevens, petition a 613 c 618-permit 3625 

c 629 
India st. : Central Wharf & Wet Dock Corporation, petition 
a 169 c 172-permit c 192 a 195; Proprietors of India wharf, pe- 
titions a 88 c 92 a 303 c 315-permits a 109 cm c 345 a 348 
Jersey st. : B. & A. R.R., petition c 620-permit c 640 a 641 
Lamartine st. : J. Luippold, petition a 223 c 238-permit a 283 

c 284 
Market ST., B. : Butchers' Slaughtering and Melting Associa- 
tion, petitions a 597 c 605 3 66S c 675, 731-permits a 625 c 629 
Maverick st. : Boston Forge Co., permit c 731 
Medford St., C. : P. O. Riord3n, petition 3 303 c 315-permit C361 

a 3 6 4 
Mercantile st. : F. E. Ham, petition 3 14 c 19-permit c 100 

3 104; Mercantile Wharf Corporation, petitions c 63 a 69, 204 

c 212-permits c 100 a 104, 2S3 c 2S4 
Mystic wharf : Boston & Lowell R.R. 

a 668 c 675 a permit a 724 c 731 
Roxbury st. : W. G. Preston, petition a 

action c 192 a 195 
Shawmut ave. : Highland Railway Co., 

petition a 433 c 440 
Swett st. : Bradley Fertilizer Co., petition c 701 a 702-refused 

3 724 c 731 
Tufts wharf : E. W. A. Tufts, petition c 345 3 34S-permit c 361 

a 364 
Union ave., "W.R. : B. F. Sturtevant, petition a 303 c 315-permit 

c 345 a 348-petition a 477 c 481 

Union wharf : Union VVh3rf Corporation, petition a 477 c 481 

Warren st. : A. A. Marcus, petition a 169 c 172-refused a 
210 c 212 

Washington st. : Metropolitan R.R., permit c 731 ; Union Rail- 
way, petition a 613 c 6iS-permit a 625 c 629 

Water st. : Fitchburg R.R. Co., petition a 653 c 662-permit 
a 724 c 731 

Wesson & Gray's wharf : J. A. Wellington & Co., petition 
a 48 c 56-permit a 91 c 92 

Bulfinch place. 

1870, buildings : G. & C. Nowell a 93 

Bulfinch street. 

1869, building : Silas Studley a 22 
paving : petition 3 202-ordered a 224 

1870, land: see engine-house 4 
nuisance : abated a 269 

1871, land : purchased c 276, 2S3 a 2SS 

1873, claim : George S. Keyes, 3 176 c 203, 266 3 269 
1875, sewer : schedule, etc. a 31, 49 



Corporation, petition 
119 c 131-report, no 
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Bulfinch street, continued. 

1878, macadamizing : petition a 425 

187©, edgestones, sidewalks, macadamizing s ordered a 392 

Bulkheads. 

I8O8, Canal st. : D. Chamberlin, petition to build a 23-refused a 30 

Merrimack ST.: P.J. Clark, petition to place a 6o-re(used a 71 
Oliver st. : order to close a 4 
Second st. : removal ordered a 25 
18©9, Dwight st. : closing ordered a 286 
1871, Beverly and Thavers sts. : closing ordered a 120 

1873, Pynchon ST.: closing ordered a 25S 
1875, Old Heath st. : closing ordered a 533 

1874$, Washington st. : heirs of David Sears, closing ordered a 355, 372 

Bulletin Box. 

1879, Tremont st.: J. B. Walker, petition a 183-refused a 197 

Bumstead court. 

1868, lamp : petition a 49-ordered a Si 

Bumstead lane. 

1870, fire-alarin box : petition c 115 a 117 

1871, stable : P. H. McCormick a 2S7, 300 

1872, sewer : petition a 239-order of notice a 281, 291-order to build 

a 319-schedule, etc. a 41S, 423 

Bundle Hay. (See Hay.) 

Bunker Hill, Battle of. 

1874, anniversary, order to celebrate c 274-passed, committee appointed 

c 291 a 300 

1875, centennial anniversary, celebration of, committee appointed a 9 c 11- 

report a 207-order passed to celebrate a 220-discussion c 234-237, 
255-257-order amended and passed c 258-discussion a 262, 263-non- 
concurrence a 268-vote to adhere c 271-committee of conference 
appointed a 268 c 271-report a 26S c 271 ; committee on celebration 
enlarged and order passed a 26S c 271 
petition, Charlestown Antique Association, leave to parade a 292; 
order to erect arcli on Warren bridge a 322; additional appropria- 
tion a 322 c 324; special police-officers appointed a 323; streets 
closed a 334, 351 ; order relative to spectators' stands a 351 ; thanks 
to chief marshal and escort a 356 c 359; order to print memorial 
a- 3S6 c 359, 3S1 
187©, anniversary, order to celebrate c 259-passed, committee appointed 
264 a 274; additional appropriation a 33S c 342. 

1877, anniversary, order to celebrate c 19-i-passed, committee appointed 

c 206 a 211; order to close streets for procession a 598; order to 
close market a 59S; city employes allowed holiday a 59S c 603; 
order allowing extra pav to police and fire departments, discussed 
c 608-discussed, rejected c 621 

1878, anniversary, order to celebrate c 122-passed, committee appointed 

c 156 a 16S; order passed to display flags and close city hall a 363- 
discussed and passed c 36S, 369; resolve relative to closing city 
hall ruled out c 379 

1879, anniversary, order to celebrate c 138-passed, committee appointed 

c 155 a 1S3; order passed closing city hall, etc. c 401 a 402 

Bunker Hill School District. 

187*}, additional primary accommodations, request a 220 c 227-ordered 
a 309 c 311, 325; order to remove primary school-house to Polk st. 
and fit up for Prospect district, recommitted c 446 a 449 

Bunker Hill School-house. 

1877, repairing pump, petition payment c S49 a S53 

1878, request for radiators c 454 a 46o-report, no action necessary c 476 

a 4 s 3 „ 

1879, request for repairs a 471-report, inexpedient c 4S1 a 492 

Bunker Hill street. 

1874, building : J. Stone c 133 a 136, 153 c 159 

stables : J. Laughlin a 100; M. Harrington a 539, 563 

1875, awning :' N. G. Perkins a 656, 705 
building : S. & D. Richards a 239, 264 
grading : petition c 343 a 349 
mortar : B. F. Stacey a 656, 705 
sidewalk : petition a 507-ordered a 533 
tree : removal a 633, 734c 

187©, encroachments : report from city surveyor relative to steps, re- 
ferred a 46S-removal ordered a 513, 523 

1877, claim : M. A. Pickthall a 237 c 253 

1878, claim : Francis J. Miller a 287 c 291 
improvements : petition a 95 
stable : J. H. Deland a 336, 487 
telegraph. : F. R. Cutter a 3S1 

1879, buildings : Sylvester Richards a 303, 325, 352, 403 
claim : E. A. Southward a 702 c 725 
mortar: T. f. Cummings a 169, 185 

railroad: Middlesex a 471, 477, 4S0, 495, 495, 496, 512, 526, 574 
tree : removal a 387 c 395 a 459 



Bunten, Chas. "V., Councilman, Ward 8. 

1879, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on claims, fire department c 12; nominate 
city surveyor 12; contract system 272; annual excursion 395 

remarks : new court-house c 64; city registrar 97 ; directors public 
institutions 317 

Burditt, Charles A., Councilman, Ward 16. 

1872, qualified: c 1 

appointed: nominate committee on finance c 2; committee Mt. 

Hope cemetery, streets 10; nominate commissioners sinking-fund 
27; public library 57; free concerts 135 
remarks : commitment of Mary Brigden c 18; opening library 

on Sunday 136, 147 

1873, qualified: c 1 

appointed: committee to nominate committee on finance C2; 
Suflfolk-st. district 4; nominate superintendents of bridges 6; 
public institutions, streets 17; free concerts 301 

elected : trustee public library a 24 c 29 

remorks : Federal-st. widening c 86, 98; Water-st. widening 
124; Columbus-ave. extension 192, 205; neglected children 
214; purchase of land for police station 11, 224; 4th of July 226; 
widening Broad St. 243; free concerts 299; purchase of Fort 
Hill wharf 34S; old Mather school-house 358, 417; free soup, 
526; additional appropriation for public library 570 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on mayor's address c 3; public buildings, 
streets, nominate city surveyor 13; conference interest on taxes. 

4°7 , 

elected: trustee public library c 14 a 18; park commissioner a 102- 
remarks : park commission c 14; Wilson's Hotel 23, 43, 44, 60,. 
79; official name for Charlestown 27; disposal old Mather-school'- 
house 59, 80; salary bill 10S, 109, 131, 200, 201; enlargement 
Faneuil Hall market 112, 113; 30 Pemberton sq. 131; Fort Hill: 
lands 141; firemen's salaries 146, 147, 148; appropriation bill 
162; engine-house lot 22S, 245; city architect 24S, 249, 273; 
new engine-houses 259, 260; water supply 333; widening 
Shawmut ave. 386; water board 406; Prospect-st. school-house 
43S; free ferry passes 446; Lawrence district school-house 
46S; transfer appropriations 517, 518; Mather school-house 
J37; fire apparatus, city hall 591; stand-pipe, public library 
592; fast driving 638; public lands 755 

1875, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on credentials c 1 ; nominate trustees 

public library 6; public buildings, streets 10 
elected : trustee public library c 23 
remarks: armory, ward 16 138; offal-shed 315; Swett st. 405; 

vegetable market 407 ; widening Pearl st. 425; site for chemical: 

engine 5, 462, 463; polling-places 4S8, 630; division of wards 

557; city architect 66S; widening Mill st. 732 

Burgess, William C„ Councilman, Wards 3, 8. 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on elections c 3; assessors' department 

13 

1875, qualified: c 1 

appointed: committee nominate directors of ferries c 6; assess-. 

ors' department, public institutions c 10 
elected : director public institutions c 23 
187©, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee to nominate committee on accounts C5v 

on assessors' department 16; streets 17; nominate overseers. 

of poor 30; excursion of common council 463 

Burglars. 

1870, memorial relative to, referred a 37 

Burial-Grounds. (See Cemeteries; Intramural inters 
ments ; also under names of the different cemeteries.) 

Burke, William J., Councilman, Ward 2. 

1878, qualified: c 1 

appointed: committee on East Boston ferries, fire depart-, 
ment c 17 

1877, qualified : c 1 

- appointed : committee to nominate water registrar c6; committee 
on East Boston ferries, fire department 7; investigate man- 
agement commons and squares 656 
remarks: ferrv tolls c 26, 271; uniform for fire commissioners. 
49; abolition second assistant assessors 99: salaries 166, 191; 
laborers 331; fire-boat 387, 778, 779, 794; Adams school-house 
466,467; free ferries 522; inspector of buildings 701, 721; fire' 
commissioners 734; payment extra services in assessors' depart- 
ment So} 

1878, qualified s c 1 

appointed : committee on fire department, ferries, to nominate 
directors public institutions, to nominate city registrar c 7 ; petition 
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics' Association 57; investiga- 
tion East Boston ferries 351 

remarks: badges C7; second assistant assessors 42; contracts 42, 
44; police and license commission 57, 75, 79; superintendent pub- 
lic grounds 61, 136; sale of ferry-boat 87 ; bathing department 106; 
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics' Association exhibition 103, 
104,140,141,144,176; salaries public institutions 107; harborpolice 



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Burke, William J., continued. 

' and harbor-master 156, 157, 223, 224, 306; appropriation bill 161, 
163 ; chain-cable factory 210, 296, 297 ; labor on public grounds 21S, 
221 ; director of ferries 291, 312, 313; police commissioners 308, 329, 
330. 331. 332. 334. 37 2 > 373. 40S.412.467; premium on loans 316; 
4th July 335; Roxbury canal 452; salaries policemen 457 ; free con- 
certs 476; deputy-collector's fees 615; East Chester park 630, 631 ; 
street commissioner 637; fees in ferry case 664, 665, 667 ; public- 
institution investigation 694; non-resident employes 705, 706, 745, 
746 

Burke street. 

1872, tenement houses : vacated a 307 

1873, stationary engine : Patterson & Lavender a 242, 268, 283 
1877, lamps : petition a 6S1, 854 

1879, grading and improvements: petition a 525-refused a 540 

Burke's court 



ourKes court. 

187©, claim : Bridget Conroy a 597 c 605 



Burlingame, Anson 

1870, reception of remains, communication from mayor and committee 

appointed to arrange for a S4 c 91 

1871, portrait of, presented a 65; resolution of thanks a 11S c 121 

Burlington street. 

1873, stablo ; Skillings & Whiting Brothers a 410, 430 

Burnham, Clioate, Alderman. 

1876, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on armories, bathing, bridges, fire depart- 
ment, health, public library, sewers a n; to nominate inspectors 
of ballast, inspectors of bridges, trustees of public library, super- 
intendent of sewers 12; on centennial celebrations 14; to nomi- 
nate city engineer, clerk of committees 33; fence-viewers, field- 
drivers, inspectors of lime, cullers of hoops, etc. 101 

remarks : bridges a 46; sale of fireworks 65; election of first as- 
sistant assessors 133, 134; division of ward 22 136; salaries 154- 
158, 274, 275, 301, 340, 386, 387; city registrar's department 162; 
clock on Christian-Union building 1S0; appropriation bill 208; 
Caroline Price's claim 229, 230, 232, 323-325, 455 ; widening Port- 
land St. 251-253; school-house in Dorchester-Everett district 321; 
Chelsea bridge 329, 688; regulation of cars on circuit 354; repair- 
ing Broadway bridge 394; improved sewerage 421-425;' pay of city 
laborers 434; vegetable market 451 ; outlets of sewers 491 ; rate of 
speed inward 15,491; fire commissioner 493-495, 525-527; widen- 
ing South st. 495; vacation of firemen 524; protection of laborers 
525, 721, 723; sewer in Henley st. and Harvard sq. 564, 565; pro- 
jecting steps in Charlestown 576; public square in Brighton 5S9; 
soup for the poor 664, 665; work for poor citizens 6S4, 6S5; clock 
on Metropolitan stable 72S 

1877, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on rules and orders of City Council 33; 
public library, city-registrar's department, health, ordinances, 
poiice, bridges, armories, fire department, to nominate superin- 
tendents of bridges, city engineer, superintendent of public build- 
ings 8; trustees of public library, city treasurer 9; committee 
to examine accounts of Franklin fund 34; special committee on 
improved sewerage 47; auditor's estimates 148; Stony-brook im- 
provement 395, 733; committee of conference Mystic-valley sewer 
45S; committee on charges against superintendent of pawnbrokers 
506 ; election returns 709 

remarks : consolidation of city registrar's department and board 
of health a 86; salaries of city officers 104-1C6; confirming nomina- 
tions of city officers 197 ; Ninth-st. improvement and work for 
laborers 203-205; building, Ninth st. 390, 448, 449; appropriation 
bill 242, 245; South Boston R.R. 249; location at Old Colony 
depot 699; Middlesex R.R. 266; registration of voters 316, 351; 
vacation schools 362 ; public parks 365-367, 379, 421, 422, 476; salary 
of superintendent of Dover-st. bridge 391 ; vacation of firemen 391, 
506, 551-554; asphalt pavement 397; Poland & Peabody omnibus 
line 39S-401 ; Mystic-valley sewer 425; police nominations 457; 
salary of superintendent of public library 468, 469, 471 ; free ferries 
4S9; charges against police sergeant Clark 493; occupation of 
streets for building purposes 554; improved sewerage 569-571, 575, 
646, 799, 841 ; Blackstone-sq. accident 610, 664-667; constables 609; 
visit of city engineers to Europe 640; East Boston high school 
649; investigation of fire commissioners 6m; wines, etc., at city 
entertainments 685 ; plan to relieve horse-car blockade 697 ; police 
rules and regulations 706; vegetable markets 713-716; Roxbury 
canal 759, 763-766, 7S6; resolution of thanks to mayor S56 

Burning Fluid. (See also Naphtha.) 

1868, permit granted Kimball & Brackett to store, T wharf a 23 

Burns, Nellie B. 

1870, reward offered for discovery of a 84; petition James Doherty to be 
paid reward a 132-order passed to pay a 20S 

Burnt District. (See also Great Fire. ) 

1872, "buildings : erection of temporary buildings authorized a 346 c 347 
building permits: inspector directed not to issue c 352 a 353; 

authorized to issue c 381 a 3S5 
dangerous walls, etc. : removal ordered a 344 



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Burnt District, continued. 

grade : city surveyor directed to furnish a 431 

railroads : Boston, Hartford, & Erie a 357 c 359a 364c 365; Union 

Freight a 362, 372, 39S 
street signs : erection authorized c 395 a 399 

1873, streets : petition that streets be laid out not less than 50 feet wide 

c 37; petition for watering a iS6-ordered c 185 a 187, 221 ; grading 
and paving ordered a 327; petition for delay in arranging new 
lines a 562 c 569 

1874, claim : E. B. Phillips, refused a 121 c 130 

loan: order for additional referred to committee on finance a 89- 
referred to committee on streets c 97-report, report referred to 
committee on finance c 113-report and order (CD. 27) a 151 c 159 

Burr street. 

1877, edgestones : petition a 411 

grading : petition a 432-remonstrance a 448 

sewer : petition a 411-order of notice a 450, 468-to build a 510- 
schedule a 820 

1878, sidewalks : petition a 318-ordered a 289-refused a 399 

Burrage, Alvah A., Alderman. 

1875, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on state aid a 2; lamps, paving, police, 
ferries, harbor, city hospital, Mt. Hope cemetery, surveyor's de- 
partment, treasury department, nominate superintendents bridges, 
streets, city surveyor, weighers and inspectors of lighters 7; fu- 
neral F. U. Tracy 12; convict labor 1S9; conference 17th June 26S; 
inspection of prisons 323; bonds of city officers 334; nominate 
water board 349; conference on establishing water board 373; 
election returns 609; railroad tracks, East Boston 65S 

remarks : parks a 15, 69, 74, 101, 191 ; water 36, 173, 320; gas con- 
tract 46 ; police rules 67 ; widening School st. 95, 620, 621 , 641 ; new 
charter 127, 132, 719; fire inspector 147; annexation Brookline 
151; location South Boston Railway 1S9, 194, 195; appropriation 
bill 190; system of accounts 194; allowance to G.A.R. 204; re- 
organization school committee 209, 221, 269, 270; copying old 
records 225; Metropolitan location 240; vegetable market 249, 250, 
266, 449; celebrating Bunker Hill centennial 262, 263; 4th July 319, 
34S; City Point school-house 348; election of collector 356; paving 
Court st. 357; collector's department 35S; payment P. E. Gay 377; 
removal horse-car tracks 379, 380, 394, 474, 415, 433, 435, 563, 624; 
Roxbury canal 395, 421 ; naming Lafayette sq. 422, 423, 431 ; curb 
or fence, Tremont-st. mall 432,498, 50S; city registrar and board of 
health 444; Madison sq. 499; census statistics 51S; paving Bedford 
st. 518; salaries deputy-collectors 528, 562, 563; control public in- 
stitutions 529, 530; removal of swing-signs 534, 563, 564, 644, 645, 
646; removal bay-window 535, 536; permits target practice 549; 
confirmation constables 549, 643 ; Mystic water board 57S ; division 
of wards 579, 5S6, 587, 53S, 605, 607, 636; license Cardiff giant 583; 
pay of laborers 598, 6."o; hiring court-room 609; pay of lamp 
lighters 623; Back Bay bridges 637; offal contract 640, 6S5; Mar- 
cella-st. home 659; sale of steamer " H. Morrison" 665; shade 
frames 667, 6S1 ; petition J. Jeffries 682, 683, 736, 73S, 739; naming 
bridge 689; salaries of constables 708, 711, 742; office hours 712; 
railroad tracks E.B. 724; contract for water-pipes 742, 743; em- 
ployment of poor 751, 754; release of land 755 ; homoeopathic treat- 
ment city hospital 757, 759, 760; small-pox hospital 762; fees of 
deputy collectors 764, 765, 766, 772, 773 
187©, qualified : c 1 

appoijited : committee on rules and orders a 1 ; city hospital, city 
registrar's department, harbor, lamps, markets, Mt. Hope ceme- 
tery, paving, police, salaries, streets, surveyor's department, treas- 
ury department 11; on mayor's address, to nominate directors of 
public institutions, harhor-master 12; improved sewerage 13; cen- 
tennial celebrations 14; Franklin fund 25; nominate clerk of com- 
mittees, committee on sinking-fund 33; city registrar 162; bonds 
339, 342, 456; inspection of prisons 367 

reanariss : reduction of commissions a 15, 27; reduction of salaries 
23; city registrar's department 26, 159-162, 177, 193, 250, 467; public 
urinals 26; report nominating ferry directors 32; rule abolishing 
appropriation item classification 34; reduction of city valuation 
36, 47; Mystic-valley sewer 60; salary bill 64, 65, 80-S5; swing- 
signs 66, 67; system of sewerage 78, 79; raising grade of Everett 
St. 114, 115, 180, j8i ; Congress-st. widening 115, 116, 227; widen- 
ing Portland st. 117, 211, 251-254; division of ward 22 135-137; 
inspectors of elections 135; salaries 137, 155-158, 183, 184, 214, 215, 
274, 279-281, 299-301, 312, 340, 341, 366, 386, 3S7; West Chester- 
p;irk bridge 139; clock on Christian-Union building 1S0; transfer 
of registration to board of health 181-183; Caroline Price's claim 
191, 192, 230, 231, 296-299, 455; regulation of cars on circuit 336, 
350, 352, 368-372, 394; appropriation bill 207-209; repaving Water 
St., C. 210; Standard Laundry Machine Co.'s claim 216; electing 
directors for public institutions 226; old state-house 232-234,389, 
390; square on St. James ave. 249; order to grade Central ave., D., 
and build bridge over Neponset river 273 ; license commissioners 
275,276; paintings in Faneuil Hall 312,322,456; school-house in 
Dorchester-Everett district, 321 ; raising grade of West Chester 
park 321; paving Border st. 323; vegetable market 327, 328, 337, 
451-454; Chelsea bridge 329; 'report of East Boston ferries 347, 
349, 592-596; Marcella-st. home 3S5; salaries of license commis- 
sioners 404; pay of city laborers 405, 433, 434; improved sewerage 
406-409, 421, 424, ^25; public parks 411-414, 426,428,430,431,62s- 
632; Winthrop railroad 464, 471; boundary line between Boston 
' and Somcrville 465 ; license to take birds and eggs 470, 471 ; widen- 
ing South st. 4S3-4S5, 495; city registrar's report 4S5; reduction of 



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Burrage, Alvah A., continued. 

rent of wharf, Albany st. 4S9 ; outlets of sewers 490, 491 ; fire com- 
missioners 510, 525, 527; projecting' steps in Charlestown 512, 528, 
551,566-569,576-579,590; King's mill-pond 513; vaiation for fire- 
men 524; sewer in Henley St. and Harvard sq. a 565; printed lists 
of voters 566; paving- Main st., C. 570; papers, etc., for members 
of city council 575; Donfires in public streets and squares 5SS; 
public square in Brighton 5S9; contracts in paving department 605 ; 
additional payment to Michael Barrett 605; obstructions in streets 
606; representative to Congress from third district 607, 608, 610; 
final election returns 614; school-committee building 634; fences 
on railroad tracks 64S; Swett-st. extension 653; salaries of license 
commissioners' clerks 653; truant-children 654; fast-driving 654; 
record commissioners 662; gas commission 665, 666-670; work for 
poor citizens 6S5; armories 702; protection of laborers 722, 723; 
clock on Metropolitan stable 72S; expense of litigation growing 
out of great fire 730, 731; street venders of fruit 747; thanks to 
chairman 750 

Burrill, Charles, Claim of. 

1869, memorial relating to a 41 ; opinion of city solicitor a 48; petition 
Geo. B. Upton and others for settlement of a 84; agreement to 
withdraw suit a 125 c 126; petition taken from table and referred 
to committee on claims a 125 c 126; order of inquiry relative to 
c 142 a 145; report of committee (CD 9S) a 316 c 322; claim con- 
sidered a 31S; order to pay $25,000 rejected a 320; report accepted 
a 32S c 332 

1870, petition that claim be referred to referees and petition in aid of re- 
ferred to special committee a 21-referred to committee on claims 
c 25-non-concurred a 27-adhered c 30-concurred a 33; report order 
to refer to arbitration a 101-assigned a 109-tabled a 119-discussed 
and assigned a 127, i2S-discussed, order to pay $40,000, substituted 
and passed a 136, 137-discussed c i3S-tabled c 146-communication 
from J. W. Le Barnes c 146-order discussed rejected c 153-155-re- 
considered, rejected c 162-vote to adhere, committee of conference 
appointed a 165-discussed, assigned c i6S-referred to joint special 
committee c 179 a iSi-report, orderto pay $40,000 discussed, passed 
a 1S5, iS6-rejectedc iS9-reconsidered, discussed, passed c 204, 205- 
motion to reconsider rejected c 215 

1871, order to pay referred a 138 c 139-report a i6S-discussed, tabled a 175, 
177— opinion city solicitor requested a 177-report, especially assigned 
a 2Si-tabled a 291-discussed, rejected a 309, 312-reconsidered, 
tabled a 322-order passed to pay $40,000 a 362-discussed, rejected 
c 379, 3So-reconsidered, tabled c 394-rejected c 408; petition that 
claim be referred to arbitration c 227 a 240 c 251-report, inexpe- 
dient a 291 ; petition, H. C. Burgess, relative to, tabled a 363- 
duplicate petition c 369 

1872, motion to include payment of claim in appropriation bill rejected 
c 90; petition of H. W. Paine, assignee, for payment of c 97 a 101, 
committee authorized to report in print c 150 a 153-reports 
(C.D.53) c 159-aseigned c 170-discussion c 179, 180, 181-order to 
pay rejected c iS2-reconsidered and assigned c 191, 394-discussion 
c 415-order rejected c 42S 

1873, petition that claim be referred to arbitration a 32 c 36-majority and 
minority reports (CD. 46) c 106; assigned c 124-discussed c 136- 
recommitted c 137-non-concurred, and majority report (leave to 
withdraw) accepted a 140-concurred C144; petition for compen- 
sation a 151-reports (CD. 70) c 214-assigned c 227, 236, 256-dis- 
cussed, assigned c 265-discussed, tabled c 274-motion to take from 
table rejected c 287-specially assigned c 479 

1874, petition for reference of claim c 24 a 29-retused c 134 a 136; petition 
for payment of $40,000 c 216-order to pay, assigned c 219-discussed 
and rejected c 246, 247-reconsideration refused c 258 

1879, petition payment of claim under order of 1S70 a 13 c ^-petitions in 
favor of payment a 6S c 79-majority and minority reports (CD. 57) 
c 300-302-resolution that order passed September, 1870, for pay- 
ment, be confirmed c 301-substitute order reported, subject as- 
signed c 322-discussed c 337-344-order rejected, minority report 
accepted c 344- discussed a 350, 351-substitute order passed a 351- 
discussed c 353-356-refusal to concur c 356-preamble and order to 
pay discussed, rejected, motion to reconsider tabled a 404-order 
passed a 438-tabled c 440-assigned c 470, 5S9, 620-order to print 
report of 1S69 (0.0.98,1869) referred c 476 a 477-report inexpedient 
c 56S a 571-order to pay discussed c 630-633- rejected c 633; orders 
relative to reference to arbitrators c 651-discussed, assigned c665, 
666, 700-rejected c 733 

Burroughs, Henry, Jr., Rev. 

1869, prayer offered by, at organization of city government a 1 

Burroughs place. 

1870, hospital : N. Nash et al., petition against a 75-report, further 
action indefinitely postponed a 86 

Burroughs street. 

1874, edgestones, gutters : ordered a 623, 641 
sidewalk : petition a 550 

1875, edgestones : schedule and collection a 562 

1877, edgestones: Isaacs Jacobs, petition abatement a 611-abated a 699 

1878, stable : B. May a 513", 566 

1879, sewer : petition a 194-order notice a 256, 281-to build a 335-sched- 
ule, etc. a 673 




Burt, George L., Councilman, Ward 16. 

1879, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on state aid c 3, overseers of poor, sur- 
veyor's department 10; to nominate superintendent of sewers 
11 ; on funeral of Admiral Farragut 236 

1871, qualified : c 1 
appointed: committee on state aid c 3; committee to nominate 

directors public institutions, superintendent fire-alarms, engineers 
of fire department 4; fire department, overseers of poor 10; 
International exhibition 183 

1872, qualified: c 1 
appointed : committee to nominate superintendent sewers, engi- 
neers fire department c 5 ; fire department, overseers of poor, police 
10; 4th July 130; charter Union Freight R.R. 194; fire relief 345 

remarks ! election, ward 10C35; station-house, nth district 349, 
35S; fire relief 351, 352; home lor the poor 42S 

1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on elections C2J nominate directors public 
institutions 5; fire department, police, overseers of poor, public 
lands 17; nominate overseers of poor 31 

elected : trustee Mt. Hope cemetery a 24 c 29 

reiimrks : salaries of officers and crew of fire-boat c 38 ; Pearl-st. 
extension 144; Broad-st. widening 243; purchase of site and 
building engine-house, ward 5 255; repairs of fire-boat 257; iron 
fence from common 329; allowance to James S. King 34S; organ- 
ization engine company No. 25, 357 

Burt, W. L. 

1873, communication relative to streets around new post-office (CD. 55) 

c 138, 16S 

Burying-Grounds. {See Cemeteries; Intramural inter- 
ments; also under names of the different cemeteries.) 
Butchers' Slaughtering and Melting Association. 

1877, tracks in North Beacon St., petition, order notice, a 5S5, 611-location 

granted a 614-accepted 641 

Butler, Benjamin F. 

1874, communication offering use of Sudbury-river water for temporary 

supply a 629 c 631 ; vote of thanks c 764 a 767 

Butler, Charles S., Councilman, Ward 10. 

1889, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate engineers fire department, 
state aid c 3; police, claims, public institutions 10; 4th July 7S 

Butler, Thomas C, Councilman, Ward 3. 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on treasury department c 13 

Butler avenue. 

1878, buildings: Boston, Revere Beach, & Lynn R.R. Co. a 511 0515 

a 537 c 539 
1877, stable : William T. Thacher a 317, 33S 

Butler street, Dorchester. 

1874, grading: petition a 282-ordered a 302, 314 
1877, lainps : petition a 593, 854 

Buttonwood court. 

1873, stable : J. F. Cooper a 292 

Buttonwood street. 

1871, stable : Chas. H. Leach a 115, 136 

1872, stable : Henry Soule a 228 

1873, stable : Arthur Deady a 160, 306 

1874, lainps : petition a 639-report a 6S2 

1879, stable : S. P. Holbrook a 653, 668 

Buttrick place. 

1876, lamps : petition a 62S-ordered a 727 

Byron court. 

1876, sewer : petition a 476 
Byron street. 

1871, stable : Robert Somerville a 233, 241 
1879, stable : J. M. Sears a6Si 



C street. 

1868, buildings : Moses Colby a 65; S. J. & G. Tuttle a 13 

1869, buildings : Holbrook & Harlow a 291 ; John Joyce a 48; Samuel 

Newell a 41 
sidewalk : petition a 213-ordered a 236 

1870, buildings : J. Cesson a 100; T. K. Dount a 199; D. Hogan a 14S; 

P. May a 336 
completion : petition a 156 
encroachments : report (C.D.62) a 173, 174 
grading : petition a 206 



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C street, continued. 

sewer : petition a 156-order to build a 166-hearing a iyi-schedule, 
etc. a 237 

1871, extension! : petition a 238-refused a 253 
grading, paving : petition a 71 

1872, nuisance : abated a 221 
stable : R. J. Monks a 85, 108 

1873, stable ! H. Giblin a 513, 564 

1874, stable: R.J. Monks a 567, 583 

1875, building : W. R. Cavanagh a 410, 433 

1876, building: John Cavanagh a 100, 117 
stable : Lally & Russell a 158, 211 
stationary engine : Lally & Russell a 22S, 261, 277 

1877, boiler : W. R. Cavanagh a 583 
extension : ordered a 709 c 719 
sidewalks : petition a 6S1 

1878, building : W. R. Cavanagh a 250, 274 
railroad : South Boston a 479, 627, 65S, 661, 753, 757 

1879, edgestones, sidewalks : petition a 575-ordered a 602 
railroads : Metropolitan a 518, 527; South Boston a 493 

Cabot street. 

1868, buildings : James Devine a S; Patrick Egan a 24 

sewer : petition a 17-order to build a 2S-schedule a 70; petition 
a 36-refused a 61 

1869, buildings: Margaret Briody a 147; James Devine a 194; Honey- 

well & McMahon a 2S1 ; W. H. Honeywill a 71; Chas. Milmore 

a 143 ; Joseph Streck a 35 
edgestones, sidewalks: ordered a S7 
grading: petition a 219-ordered a 2S3; petition M. Briody that 

city raise house in lieu of paying damages a 121 
sewer : petition a 114-order of notice a 124, 128- order to build a 136- 

schedule, etc. a 227 

1870, bath-house : order to repair and maintain c 121-order to furnish 

accommodations for evening school c 243-referred c 244 a 246- 

report granting use a 301 c 306 
buildings: A. Gallagher a 43; T. Harvey a 206; Honeywell & 

McMahon a 1S2; J. McGarty a 37; J. Milmore, J. O'Brien a 182 
claims : G. A. Emery, H. Hardy c 161 a 164 
crossings : petition a 326 
extension : petition a 26-remonstrance a 37 
grading : petition a 1 i6-ordered a 28, 220 
stables : P. Fay a 170, 186; J. McGarty a 37, 54 

1871, grading: settlement damages: J. Bancroft, petition a 375— M. 

Brady, petition 363-payment a 376— A. Gallagher, petition a 403- 
refused a4i 1— M. Gallagher, petition a 261— P. & M. King, petition 
a 244 — W. Lennon, petition a 241-payment a 362, 363— M. Standen- 
meyer, petition a 2.17-payment a 362, 363— J. Stanton, payment 
a 232, 233 

sidewalk : schedule, etc. a 144 

tenement-house : repairs ordered a 169, 189 

1872, grade: petition, change a 92 

grading : settlement ciamages : Ira Allen, petition a 59-payment S5 
-Joseph Backoff, petition a 139-payment a 294, 297— Jacob Bancroft, 
payment a 94— Daniel Bowen, petition a 20-pavment a 94, 133— 
Mary Gallagher, payment a 79, 85— Joseph Grundy et al., petition 
a 122-payment 294, 297— Philip & Mary King, payment a 31, 39— 
John Ollis, payment a 333, 341— W. S. Pelletier et al., payment 
a 79, S5 

1873, t.esspools, flagstones : petition a 39S 

drinking fountain : order referred to water board a 77 c S5 
grading : ordered a 430, 442; settlement damages • M. Foley, peti- 
tion a 139— Anton Holtz, petition a 23S-refused a 249— J. Streck, 
petition a 101 

1874, grading: settlement damages : Benjamin Anthony, petition a 164- 

refused a 340— H. A. Campbell, petition a iS9-refuseda 253— M. F. 
Foley, paymenta 139- A. Gallagher, petition a 189-refused a 253— M. 
Lynch, petition a 164— C. E. McCoole, petition a 164— P. McDevitt, 
petition a 164 — E. Muldoon, petition a 236-refused a 390 — M. F. 
Mulligan, petition a iS9-refused a 253— P. Murphy, petition 3706— 
J. Sheehan, petition a 251— J. Streck, petition a 136— J. B. Voisin, 
petition a 220-refused a 253 
stable : M. Mulhern a 164, 224 

1875, grading: settlement damages: B. F. Anthonv, payment a 192— 

H. A. Campbell, petition a 29-payment a 192— A. Gallagher, peti- 
tion a 29-payment a 192— Mary Gallagher, petition a 145-refused 
a 16S— Mark Lynch, heirs C. E. McCoole, Patrick McDevitt, pay- 
ment a 126, 145— J- & M. F. Mulligan, petition a 29-payment a 192— 
J. Sheehan, payment a 126, 145— Joseph Streck, payment a 2c6— 
J. B. Voison, petition a 29-payment a 102 

gutters : ordered a 447 

sidewalk : petition a 410-ordered a 433 

stable : W. H. Honeywell a 527, 54S 

1876, stable : H. Doherty a 64S, 702 

1877, sidewalks : petition a 296, 6Si-ordered a 302 
stable : J. Bancroft a 389, 597 

trees : removal a 7S1, 797 

1878, claim : H. M. & M. S. Allen a 145 c 15a a 600 c 612 
grading: M. C. Dempsey, petition damages a 347 
lamps ! petition a 513-ordered 752 

stables : John Nichols a 479, 507; Thomas Riley a 357, 759 
watering : ordered a 3S7 

1879, claims : T. Garceau c 532 a 536; M. Mullaly a 622 c 629, 640 a 641 
crossings : petition a 66S 

edgestones : petitions a 363, 653-ordered a 379 
sewers : rebuilding ordered a 314 

petition a 325-ordered a 43S 



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Cabot-street Bath-house. 

1876, transferred from bathing depai'tment to public building department 
a 565 c 5S1 

Cadets. (See Independent Corps of Cadets.) 

Calf pasture. 

taking of land in, see Sewerage, Improved. 
Call street, Charlestown. 

1874, sewer : J. B. Wilson et al., petition, abatement assessments a 236- 
refused a 452, 531 ; assessments changed, Richardson-Groll a 23S, 
647 

Call street, "West Roxbury. 

1876, sewers : land taken, Boston & Providence R.R. a 225, 246; order 

of notice a 246, 24S-order to build a 263-schedule, etc. a 729, 747 

1877, name : .Starr st. (part of), so called a 767-Union ave. (part of) so 

called a 767 
£878, buildings : John Quirk a 3S1, 425, 428 
edgestones, gutters j petition a 95 
stable : James Smith a 56S, 5S9 

Cambridge. 

1871, avenue to : petition a 25 c 30-order to petition for act referred c 47 

a jo-report tabled c 54-recommitted a 71 c 73 

1872, avenue to : order to aid petition for, referred a4Sc 49; remonstrance 

c 50 a 51 

1873, annexation : notice of petition a 545 c 556 

1874, new bridge: petition a46 c 57-order to favor act discussed, 

tabled c 78,79 
1879, Alewife brook: copy of petition relative to improvement of a 597 
barrel wagons, requested to prohibit passage of a 313 

Cambridge and Brookline Bridge. 

1870, repairs and maintenance : award for a 84 

Cambridge Bridges. 

Bridge.) 

Cambridge Railroad. 

1869, paving : tracks on Cambridge st. ordered a 102 

1871, paving : tracks on Cambridge street ordered a iSS — Leverett street 

ordered a 208 

1872, steam-car : J. J. Ridgway, petition leave to run a 310-refused 3315 

1873, paving : tracks on Causeway street ordered a 190 

1874, location: 

Leverett st. : petition a 505-order of notice a 544, 567-location 
granted a 5S4, 594 

1875, location : 

Leverett st. : petition additional track a 436-order notice a 447- 
hearing a 465-7111 location granted (C.D.101) a 494-accepted 

a S47 

1877, locations : 

Lowell, Causeway, Merrimac, Leverett, Portland, 
Washington, Milk, Devonshire sts. : petition a 644-subject 
postponed a 697-discussed .recommitted a 703, 704-pelition in aid 
and remonstrance a697-refused a 843-motion to reconsider a 856 

Southern depots: notice on petition location a 101, 195-refused 
a 214 

Washington st., B. : report and order for hearing relative to 

changing tracks a 614,615-hearing postponed a 640-recommitted 

a 657-report and order to change, also to substitute straight 

rails a 6S2 

omnibuses : remonstrance against petition of N. W. Day for 

license a 69-notice a So, 196, 2i4-(Day) refused a 278 
tow-horses : petition, N. Russell street a 647 

1878, locations : 

Summer st. : petition extension track to a 8-order of notice a 2c- 
hearing a 47-49-report (CD. 32) a 128-refused a 149 

1879, building: Washington and Faneuil sts., B., petition a6i3c6iS- 

permit a 625 c 629 
locations : 
Cambridge and Washington sts., B. : petition turnout a 641- 

notice a 661-hearing a 679 
Dock square and Providence Railway station: petition 

leave to run cars a 471-notice a 502-hearing a 526-report (CD. 

102), discussed a 554, 555-assigned a 571-Sth location granted 

a 577-accepted a 594 
Washington and Devonshire sts.: petition, location a 204- 

notice a 311-hearing a 363-report a 43S-discussed, recommitted 

a 457> 4S§ 
omnibus : petition in aid of G. A. Cowling's petition, Bowdoin 

sq. to Rowe's wharf, tabled a 211 
stable : Faneuil St., B., petition a 613-granted a 624 

Cambridge street. 

1868, building: Joseph Simonds a 27 
edgestones : ordered a 8 
paving : ordered a 4, 5 

1869, buildings: M. P. Bickford a iSS; N. J. Bradlee a 48; W. J. 

Irving a 41 ; J. L. Roberts a 84; W. F. Savage a 17; Timothy 
Wilson a 188 
nuisance : abated a 131 



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Cambridge street, continued. 

paving: ordered a 10S; Cambridge R.R., directed to pave track 
a 102 

stationary engines: Badger & Batchelder a 41, 58, 79, 89; 
Joseph Coolidge a 94, 124 

widening : order of notice a 66, 79-report, no further action neces- 
sary a 269; order to widen a 125; notices to quit a 175; payment 
land, etc., G. C. Shattuck & N. |. Bradlee, trustees a 213 

1876, buildings : N. E. Chase a 70; "B. H. Flanders a 294; T. Lyford 

& Co. a 273; T. E. Nichols a 211 ; Prescott & Moore a 308; N. A. 

Silloway a 107 ; S. Tenney a 199; J. Trull a 148 
grading : C. A. Johnson, payment damages a 321 
widening: petition a 100-order of notice a 159, 171-ordcr passed 

a 214 c 215 ; payment land, etc., C. A. Johnson a 321, F. G. & Q^ A. 

Shaw, trustees a 220 ; notice to quit a 269 

1871, claim : E. Payson a 221 c 225 a 30S c 313 
nuisance : abated a 102 

paving : ordered a 217, 221, 242 

1872, sewer : order of notice a 319, 341-order to build a 344 

1873, lantern : J. C. Flood a 488 
renumbering: petition a 277 

widening : payment damages, M. P. Grant, C. W. Lovering, 
J. P. Putnam n 483 

1874, claim : I. Lorey a 251 c 257 a 378 c 381 
stable : G. H. Robinson a 5^9, 563 

1875, signs : removal ordered a 333; H. Peyser a 346, 438 

1877, building: Eastern R.R. c 445 a 449 
watering : ordered a 450 

Cambridge street, Brighton. 

1874, grading: payment damages, S. Beck a 118, 136; Brookline Gas 

Co. a 139 
gutters, grading, macadamizing: ordered a 391, 408 
railroad : Boston & Albany a 15 

sidewalk : petition a 299-ordered a 391-schedule, etc. a 491 
watering : petition a 2S2 
widening: assessments: abatement, L. L. Cooledge, petition 

a 351-refused a 402 — Jordan, Marsh, & Co., petition a 299-refused 

a 402 — J. A. Sawyer, abated a 320; apportionment, Jordan, Marsh, 

& Co., petition a 483-ordered a 569 

1875, building : P. Weltch a 203, 222 

sidewalk : J. W. Hollis, petition, abatement of assessment a 145- 

re fused a 16S 
staples : C. E. Stevens a 122, 151 ; D. H. Pettee a 596, 735 
■widening : Stephen Hill, betterment abated a 167; David Nevins, 

payment land, etc., petition a 318-payment a 644 
1870, edg'istones : petition a 506, 535-ordered a 511, 552 
watering : ordered a 337 

1877, buildings: C. Cotter a 585; Michael Moley a 317, 596; C. S. 

Packard a 196, 214 

improvement: First Baptist society, petition abatement better- 
ments a 432, c 440-estate released a 6S2 c 690 

land : S. M. English et at. c 701, 719 a 725 

stable : Timothy Sullivan a 317, 33S 

1878, furnace : M. H. Washburn a 5S2 
pipe : Boston & Albany R.R. a 604, 641 
poles : fire commissioners a 250, 2S9 
sewer : land taken a 305 

stables : J. W. Hollis a 525, 534; Myers & Davis a 490, 507; D. 

H. Pettee a 623 
watering : ordered a 230 

1879, railroad: Cambridge a 641, 661, 679 

sewer : petition a 457-order of notice a 493, 494-order to build 

a 502-schedule, etc. a 69S 
sidewalk : petition a 303-ordered a 379 
stables : J. W. Hollis a 653, 668; I. Pratt, Jr. a 525, 540 

Cambridge street, Charlestown. 

1874, building : Getchell & Eldridge a 513 c 517 a 531, 546 c 547 
edgtstones, gutters : petition a 505 

paving : petition a 2S2-refused a 340 

stables: Getchell & Edwards a 497, 506; Powers, Melvin, & Co. 

a 4S3, 497, 506 
stationary engine : Getchell & Edwards a 3S7, 447, 478 

1875, railroad : Middlesex a 171, 174, 220, 241, 263 
stable : F. R. Cunnils & Co. a 318 
stationary engine : J. E. Perkins a 124, 18S, 225 

1876, paving : petition a 174-refused a 194 
sidewalks : petition a 492 

1877, building : Eastern Slate Co. a 472 C478 
claim : J. Donaly a 468 c 478 a 633 c 634 
crossings : petiiion a 223 

paving: petition a 170, 296-ordered a 320 

railroad : Middlesex a 364 

sidewalks : petition a 170-schedule a 6S2 

1878, claim : Ann Mori is c 22 a 26 c 89 a 96 
paving : petition a 47 
sidewalk : petition a 47-ordered 531 
watering : petitions a 2S7, 347-ordered a 324, 363 

1879, edgestones : ordered a 335, 502 
grade : established a 392, 70S 
paving : petition*. 104-ordeied a 335 
sidewalks ! ordered a 335, 502 
stable : D. H. Pettee a 641, 657 
watering : petition a 1 19, 2Si-ordered a 312 
■widening : G. W. Bancroft, payment land, etc. a 757 



Cambridge street, Dorchester. 

1877, building : J. H. Walsh c 635 a 640 c 655 a 658 

Cambridge street, Roxbury. 
1875, stable : F. O. Currier &Co. a 333 

Cambridge-street Bridge. 

1874, superintendent: Wm. Norton appointed a 461 ; order to report 

salary c 249 a 252-salary established a 269 c 272, 290 

1875, superintendent : Wm. Norton appointed a 37 

1870, superintendent : Wm. Norton appointed a 80; annual report 
a 23 c 2S 

1877, superintendent : Wm. Norton appointed a 252 
urinals : petition a 509 c 513 

1878, superintendent: Wm. Norton appointed a 85; annual report 

a 10 c 12 
repairs : ordered a 97 

1879, superintendent: Wm. Norton appointed a 196; assistant super- 

intendents : Hugh Norton, O. J. Noiton, appointed a 424; annual 
report a 14 c 19 
repairs : ordered a 311 

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1873, 

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1874, 

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1877, 
1879, 



grading : ordered a 23 

building : George Wirth a 121 

crossings : petition a 330 

paving : petition a 94 

building: J. Bean a 156 

grade : established a 144 

grading : petition a 100, 132, 263 

grading : ordered a 39, 43 

fence : petition a 362 

sewer : petition a 243-110 action necessary a 311 

tree : removal a 367, 455 

land : G. W. Skinner a 483 c 511 a 529 c 547 

stable : B. S. Evans a 334, 351, 452 

mortar : J. W. Patch & Co. a 680, 705 

sewer : petition a 3S9 

grade : established a 708 

stable : J. Hasson a 3S7, 403 



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Canal street. 

1868, bulkhead : D. Chamberlin, petition a 23-refused a 30 
closing : petition, ordered a 43 

1869, building : W. A. Ham a 194 

claim : C. V. Caples a 173 c 176 a 304 c 308 
1876, buildings : S. C. Hayes a 122; A. D. Hoitt a 1S2; W. G. Preston 
a 171 ; Watson & Bisbee a 132; A. White a 148 
grading : petition a 206 
paving : petition a 116-ordered a 133 
stable : C. Chipman & Son a S7, 100 
paving : petition a 441 
edgestones: schedule, etc. a 62 
paving : petition a 465 
paving: ordered a 210 

railroad : South Boston a 334, 364, 432, 536 
sewers : rebuilding ordered a 597 
crossing : petition a 204-ordered a 573 



1871, 
1873, 
1875, 

1876, 
1877, 

1879, 

Canal street, Charlestown. 

1874, building : J. Lehan a 306c 310 a 359 c 363 
edgestones, gutters : petition a 262, 313-ordered a 342, 352 
grading: B. L. Bowen, petition damages a 622 

name : order to extend over portion of Richmond St., Charlestown, 

a 352 
sewer : petition a 454-no action necessary a 479 
sidewalk : petition a 578 

1875, buildings: F. O. & J. T. Reed c 259 a 262, 308 c 311; S. & D. 

Richards 3318, 334, 346, 357 

grading: B. L. Bowen, payment land, etc. a 467 

land : health department a S3 c S5 

sidewalk : reiused a 433 

stables : J. E. Bray a 527, 548; C. A. Hall a 346, 356; health de- 
partment a 376 c 381 ; J. R. Kendall a 31S, 333 ; F. O. & J. T. Reed 
a 261, 279 

1876, building ! Drivers Union Ice Co. c 18S a 193, 228 c 235 a 243 
stable : J. Flanders a 174, 195 

1877, buildings : B. F. Teeling a 52 c 58 a 101 c 118; S. Richards a 100 
grade : established a 71 

grading, macadamizing, cesspools : petition a 210 
stables : S. & R. J. Lombard a 64, 94; P. Sargent a 210, 227 

1878, name : petition change a 250-changed to Rutherford ave. a 324 
sewer : order to build a 534 

Canal street, Roxbury. 

1874, land: order to fill a 118 c 130, 141 

Cancer Hospital. (See Hospital, Cancer.) 

Candidates. 

1878, discussion of merits of, in order c 60 

Candies. 

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Cannon. 

1872, discharge of, order relative to, tabled c 170-rejected c 182 

1873 , discharge on common, order passed to report ordinance prohibiting 

a 230 c 234 a 240-report (C.D.93) a 2S2-ordinance passed a 293- 
tabled c 296-rejected c 347-non-concurred, amended, passed a 352- 
amended, passed c 357 a 371 

1874, Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co., permit to fire on common 

a 239 c 244 
1879, communication from mayor transmitting notice of gift of condemned 
cannon for monumental purposes, referred a 169 c 172 

Cannon, John, Councilman, "Ward 15. 

1870, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committeeon state aid c6; to nominate superintendent 
of bridges 11; public instruction 12 

Cannon, Peter, Councilman, Ward 7. 

1877, qualified : 1 

appointed: committee to nominate city engineer c 6; police, fire 
department 7 

1878, qualified! ci 

appointed ; committee on police, fire department, to nominate 
trustees Mt. Hope cemetery c 7 

Cannon Btreet. 

1878, stable : Augustine Shurtleff a 336, 367 

Canopies. 

1800, ordinance relating to, c 2jS a 262 

Canterbury street. 

1874, lamps : petition a 567 

stable ; Alexander Shelburne a 706, 743 

1875, stable : Thomas Glenmore a 18S, 208; Michael Carey a 396 
187S, stable : M. Kenney a 506, 513 

1877, sewer : petition a 210 
stable : City of Boston a 795 

1878, stable : Dougald McDonald a 364, 570 

1879, lamps : petition a 597, 702-ordered a 705 

Canton street. 

1868, acceptance : petition a 17 

grading gutters, etc. : petition a 36 

laying-out ! order of notice a 23, 27-ordered, between Warren ave. 

and Appleton st. a 46 
passage-way : petition refused a 22 c 25 
paving : petition a 49 
1809, grading : A. L. Coolidge, petition damages a 28 

laying-out : order of notice a 227, 242-ordered, between Columbus 
ave. and B.& P. R.R. a 300 
1870, buildings : C. Chipman a 245; B. Goldie c 250 a 254 c 260 a 265; 
J. Kimball a 1S2, 195; John McDonald a 122; J. Morton a 206; M. 

A. Ochs a 245 c 250 a 255 c 260; J. Scales a 12; Albert Stedman 
a 245 c 250 a 255 c 260 

closing : ordered a 209 

edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 209 

grade : established a 22, 194 

grading: between Shawmut ave. and Tremont st. petition a 17- 
report (C.D.69) a 173-loan authorized a 187 c iSS-contract author- 
ized a 213-order to grade and settle damages, tabled a 194-passed 
a 19S; west of Columbus ave. petition a 100-ordered a 118; remon- 
strance, change of grade a 229; grading west of Tremont st. re- 
fused a 195 ; settlement damages '.payments, G. \V. Allen, A. Bates 
a 226— J. W. Beals a 249 — Eustaena Brown a 310— Wm. Brown a 249 
— Peter Cain a 231, 249 — Theo. Fandell a 226— M. Galvan a 317 — 

B. Goldie a 249, 30S — T. & S. Grant a 226 — P. Greeley a 241— 
J. Halstrick a 220, 226— C. P. Huggins, J. Lincoln, Jr. a 214— 
Luther Lunta226 — J.Murray a 214 — A. Ochs, M. A. Ochs a 226— 
M. O'Connor a 257, 321 — D. J. Pimental a 226 — M. Ruby a 214— 
S. Smith a 321— G. Talbot a 241— G. W. Talbot a 277— M. Standish 
a 226 — James Tomlinson a 249 — L. D. Woodward a 220 — D. J. 
Pimental petition additional payments a 313— refused a 322 

gravel : ordered a 11S 

land: bond cancelled a 353 c 360; E. R. Frost, F. F. Libby c 333 
a 338, 35S, 360; S. W. Merrill c 204 a 207, 230 c 234; Edgar Robin- 
son, W. J.Smith C333 a 33S, tfS c 360 

sewer : petitions a 163, 2oS-order to build a 209-schedule, etc. a 63; 
assessments abated: unnamed persons a 96 — E.J. W. Baker, J. 
P. Cutter, B. Pattee, W. T. Reed, S. E. Simpson, M. J. R. Tyler 
a 134; assessments paid to Water Power Co. a8S 
1871, buildings : — Smith a 233, 242 

edgestones, gutters, macadamizing : ordered a 249 

grading: settlement damages: Samuel Bartlett, petition a 338- 
refused a 397 — Martin Bates, payment a 189, 197 — Ann Buchanan, 
petition a iS-payment a 168-report, no action necessary a 249— 
Adeline Nichols, petition a 6j-refused a 72— Michael O'Connor, 
payment rescinded a 66— James Scales, petition a 65-refused a 72- 
payment a 127 

land : sale authorized a 65 c 70; John Carlton a 127 c 130 a 143 c 146 

sidewalks : ordered a 249 

stationary engine : Stephen Smith & Co. a 247, 25S 



Canton street. 

1872, bridge : over Providence R.R. oi 

land : J. Carlton a 131 c 135 a 175 c 179 



R.R. order passed to build a 156 c 158 
55 a 17S c 179 



Canton street, continued. 

nuisance : abated a 52 

sewer : schedule, etc. a 8S; petition a 139-order to build a 144-sched- 
ule, etc. a 210, 219 

1873, foot-bridgn : over B. & P. R.R. petition for removal a 125-removal 

ordered a 221 c 224, 235 
land : Boston Cooperative Association a 9, 33 c 36 

1874, fence : petition removal a 334-refused a 767 
grading : Julia Pimental, petition damages a 483 
hoisting-beam : Hathaway & Co. a 40 

retaining wall : petition a 559-referred to next city government 
a 623 
187©, crossing : petition a 225-ordered a 245 
improvements : petition a 261 
retaining-wall : petition a 25i 

1877, crossing: petition a 334 
flagstones : ordered a 363 
sewer : schedule, etc. a S39 
sidewalks : petition a 7S1 

1878, lamps : petition a 591-ordered a 752 

sewer : petition a 2S7-order to build a 325-schedule, etc. a 697, 752 
sidewalks : petition a 546-ordered a 566 
stable : C. L. Smith a 66, 252 

1879, crossing : petition a 575-ordered a 602 

Capen School-house. 

1869, new building, request c 171 a 174-order to purchase land, referred to 

next city council c 3io-reconsidered and order passed c 324 a 325 

1870, building, plans and estimates, order to procure a iS c T9~erection 

authorized c 169 a 171 

Carleton street. 

1869, laying out : order notice a 227-hearing a 242 

1870, grading : petition a 5 

laying out : order notice a 342, 365-order passed a 366 

1871, grading: petition a 221 

1872, stable : F. P. Moseley a 171, 193 

1873, sewer : order of notice a 372, 382-order to build a 409 

1874, sewer: petition a 497 

1875, stable : D. H. McKay a 527, 735 

1876, sewer : petition a 447-order of notice a 456, 46S 

1877, building : S. G. Reed c 849 a SS3 
stable : D. Gore a 210, 227 

1878, building : S. G. Reed c 25 a 26 

Carlton's Wharf. 

1870, smoke-house: petition abatement as a nuisance a 320; petition 

in favor a 330 

1871, smoke-house : order of notice on removal 242, 248 
1873, building : Joseph Robbins & Co. a 341 c 346 a 352 c 356 

Carney, Michael, Councilman, Ward 2. 

1868, remarks : notice to aliens c 2; additional appropriations, common, 

etc. 12; widening Tremont st. 16; ward room 7, 25; pay of laborers 
68 

Carney Hospital. 

1869, pecuniary aid, Sisters of Charity, petition for a 41 c 45-refused c 323 

Carney place. 

1870, building : J. & T. A. Taylor a 313 

laying out and widening: order of notice a 210, 212-discus- 
sion a 221-order passed a 224, 227 c 243 

1871, name : petition change a 287-changed to Waterford st. a 332 

1872, sewer: discontinued a 31 

Carolina avenue. 

HS74, grading: Gideon Walker, petition damages a 387 

1875, laying out : notice to quit a 560; payment land, etc., M. E. Dono- 

hue a 705 

1876, sewer : petition a 133-order of notice a 246, 24S-order to build 

a 263-schedule, etc. a 724, 747 
stable : J. H. Corbet a 562, 575 

1877, sewer : assessments changed, Walker-Tucker a 226, Woodman 

et «/.-Fowle, Sargent a 472 

Carpenter, George O., Alderman. 

1870, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on contested election a 2, 5; state aid 2; 
armories, cemeteries, public buildings, paving, public institutions, 
public library, licenses, surveyor's department, nominate water 
board, nominate engineer fire departments; incorporation Lynn 
& Boston R.R. Co. Si army and navy monument iS; free markets 
12; amending joint rules 22; ordinance relative to Dorchester 
fire engineers 22; rebuilding Hog bridge 47; 4th July 117; inspec- 
tion prisons 126 
elected : committeeon accounts a 2; trustee public library c n a 12 
remarks : Dorchester ave. a 44; ordinance relative to fire depart- 
ment, and common and squares 44, 45; wooden post, High st. ss; 
Chester sq. and parks 71 ; wooden pavements 72; Albany-st. Freight 
R.R. 72; crowded condition of Washington and Tremont sts. 87; 
appropriation bill S9; Columbus ave., paving 109, 213; Congress 
sq. no; laying out Chadwick st. 133; Burrill claim 137; obstruc 



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tions in Charles river 142; grade damages 143; removal of tracks, 
Dorchester ave. 144, 145 ; removal of Metropolitan tracks, Berkeley 
st. 144; paving Albany st. 149; laying out Ball st. 157, 177; in- 
crease of police force 163, 164; enlargement of Madison sq. 166; 
watering streets 172, 173; bills of city government 176; loan for 
completion of Chestnut Hill reservoir 177; access to boat-house, 
Mt. Vernon st. 1S4, 194; Mt. Washington ave. bridge 192, 196; 
police nominations 193, 232; abatement of Tremont-st. betterments 
198; vacancies in directors of public institutions 201, 267, 268; 
grade damages, Prentiss st. 209; Middlesex-st. extension 221, 224; 
Carney-pl. extension 221 ; widening of Washington St. 223; 6-cent 
fares, Metropolitan R.R. 24S; free tolls for police 24S, 259, 277; re- 
moval of Scollay's building 258; tracks, Beacon st. 263; Guild-st. 
extension 286, 2S7 ; site for engine 4, 343 

Carriages. (See Hacks and Carriages, also City Council.) 

Carruth street. 

1870, stables : F. L. Pierce a 15S, 178 

Carter place. 

1877, lamps : petition a 64, 854 

Carver street. 

I860, building: B. Royce a 194 
1870, building: Wm. Soliier a 122 
nuisance : abated a 330 

1872, nuisance : abated a 201 

1873, stable : J. W. Rollins a 223, 22S, 349 

C'ary street. 

1875, grading: ordered a 753 

laying out : payment land, etc., C. J. & L. L. Paine a 753 

1878, grade : established, a 573 

1877, lamps: petition a 317-ordered a 854 
stable : R. T. Paine, Jr. a 551, 58S 

1878, crossing: petition a 513-ordered a 526 

edgestones, sidewalks : petitions a 303, 479, 513-ordered 324, 

492, 566 
lamps : petitions a 168, 303, 513-ordered 11 752 
plank-walk : petition a 303 
sewer : petition a 303 
sidewalks : petition a 490-ordered 566 
1870, stable : R. T. Paine, Jr. a 169, 1S4 

Casey, John T., Councilman, Ward 7. 

1873, qualified : c i 

appointed : committee to nominate city engineer c 5; assessors' 

department 10 
election contested : c 4-report 16-unseated 18 

Cassidy, John E. 

1878, order to purchase gravel bank from, discussed and tabled a6Si-dis- 
cussed and passed a 701 c 703, 746 

Castle street. 

1888, drainnge i T. F. Hagerty, Ellen Hayes, Braddock Loring, peti- 
tion damages a 45-refused a 70 c 72 
186©, buildings: A. H. Glover a 121; W. L. & C. J. Prescott a 94; 
Wm. Smith a 12S 
grnde : established a 43 
sewer: petition to open and clean a 232-report, no action a 242 

order of notice a 150-hearing a 162-order passed a 165 



S. A. Way, petition 



widening 

-referred c 166-report c 171-rejected c 178 
damages a 202 
187©, building: S. A. Way a 123, 253 

grading : settlement damages: J. Glover, petition a 301-refused 
a 309 — Mrs. F. Nordenshield, petition a 336-refused a 349 

nuisance : abated a m, 210 

sidewalk : removal of obstructions ordered a 9 

widening : orders of notice a 230, 240-hearings a 246, 254-order 
passed a 331-referred c 333-report, subject referred to committee 
on Suffolk-st. district c 34S a 349-report, order passed c 362 a 365 
1871, grading: payment damages and estates taken: J. R. Brackett 
a 300 c 303, 313— A. M. Donnelley a 206, 207 c 209 — T. F. Hag- 
gerty a 159 c 165 — John Horgan c 355, 366 a 373 — Henry Kelley 
a 292, 29S c 303 — Bridget Levins a 208, 215 c 218 — Patrick Leonard 
c 343 a 358 — Eliza Marsh c 133, 139 a 143 — Daniel Miller a 153, 159, 
c 165, 171 — M. & M.Quinn a 255, 261 c 265 — John Roesslt a. ^6, 3S7 
c 392, 405 — J. A. Sargent a 271, 272 — S. Schlotterbeck a 125 c 130, 
133— A. J. Seaward c 105, 112 a 116 — M.A.Smith a 71 c 75— S. P. 
Tuckerman a 300 c 303, 313 — R. S. Wade a 153, 159 c 165, 171 ;, 
settlement damages : S. D. Burroughs, petition a 43-refused a 59 — 
T. F. Haggertv. petition a 107 cm — A. J. Drummond a 115-re- 
fused a 126 — H. Nordenshield, refused a 1S7 

refainiseg-xvnJl : contract authorized c 256, 275 a 279 

widening : order of notice a 261 c 265 
18714, grading: payment estates taken: Ann L. Hatfield c 33, 44345 
c 50 a 51 — Marcus Wyzanski a 9, 13 

sewer : discontinued a 31 

stable : Philip Carv a 192, 19S 

1873, stables : A. A. Hall, a 19, 44; C. E Hall a 42S, 444 

1874, name : petition change a 334: East Castle st- changed to Motte st. 

a 361, 371; West Castle st. changed to Castle st. a 361, 371 



Castle street, continued. 

1875, stable : V. F. & A. Tracy a 122, 151 

1878, land: R. A. Dove a 4S9 c 499 a 513, 523 c 530— J. B. Regan a 536 

c 540 ; taxes remitted a 338 c 352, 3S3, a 556 c 567 a 767 c 770, 789 
sidewalks: petition a 3ic-ordered a 322; refused a 661 
stable : C. Cross a 273, 299 
1877, land : J. B. Regan a 64, c 72 

sidewalks: petition a 296-ordered a 320 

1879, sidewalks: petition a 402 
stable : Mrs. C. H. Kettell a 573, 595 

Caswell's Wharf. 

187©, buildings : J. C. Nichols a 374, c 380 

Catawba street. 

1871, grade : established a 349, 363 

1873, sewer: petition a 316-order of notice a 327, 341-order to build 

a 353-schedule, etc. a 501, 516, 533 

1874, sewer : assessment levied a S5, 92 

1877, edgestones : petition 3448 

1878, edgestones, gutters: petition a 582 

187©, edgestones : petition a 495-ordered a 392, 517-schedule, etc. a 527 
gutters : ordered a 392 
sidewalks : schedules, etc. a 529 

Caterpillars. 

188©, destruction of, petition for a 184-referred a 243 

187©, destruction of trees by, order for committee on common to prevent 

a 516-discussed and referred c 520, a 527-report (CD. 97) a 538, 

539-tabled a 539-accepted a 596, c 605 

Caton, Asa H., Councilman, Ward 11. 

1872, qualified : c i 

appointed: committee on Suffolk-st. district C4; survey, etc., 
buildings 10; 4th July 130; nominate engineers fire departments 

remarks: inspection buildings c 128; building permits 216; 
board of health 365 

1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on Suffolk-st. district c 4; nominate 
directors of ferries 6; public buildings, survey and inspection of 
buildings 17; nominate engineer fire department 88; free con- 
certs 301 

elected : director of ferries c 31 a 33 

remarks : altering committee room C39; assistant inspectors of 
buildings 100; salary bill 147; tool-house on common 194; Colum- 
bus-ave. extension 204; engine-house, Parker St. 234; city stables, 
Highland st. 235; accommodation for insurance brigade 2S5; en- 
largement city hall 286; enlargement Quincy market 299; free 
concerts 299; stand-pipe city hall 346; Mather school-house 348, 
417; heating apparatus, engine-house 24, 416; Minot school-house 
498 

1874, qualified : c 547 

appointed: committee on public institutions, public grounds 

elected : trustee city hospital a 555 c 557 
resiaarks : water rates c 593 

Cattle. 

1871, foot and mouth disease: communication from city physician rela- 
tive to a 19; petition of cattle commissioners relative to preventa- 
tive measures a 65 

1874, driving through streets, request to report ordinance to regulate 
c 59i a 594 _ 

1§75, driving through streets, petition for regulation of a 61 c 76 a 494 
c 501-report, order passed to petition for authority a 639 c 64S 

1876, driving- through streets, order for ordinance regulating a 325 

c 330-ordinance reported a 410-passed a 421 c 435; petition of 
Mass. society for prevention of cruelty to animals for further 
legislation relative to a 447 c 457 

Causeway street. 

1888, buildings) : J. W. Carter a 20; H. O. Downing a 37 

railroad : Marginal Freight a. 31 
188©, buildings: Andrew Abbott a 179, 223; S. J. F. Thayer 194; 
H. P Wilson 2S 
dangerous building : communication from chief of police 

relative to a 41 
lamps : petition a 210-ordered a 235 
railroad : Middlesex a 261 

1870, laying out : petition a 43 
railroad : Boston & Lowell a 84 

1871, claim : Henry McAIister a 43 c 46 
sewer : order to build a 242 

8872, extension: request referred a 244 c 247 
nuisance : petition removal a 264, 275 
paving : ordered a 253, 256 

railroads: Marginal Freight a 6; Suffolk a 2io, 237, 239; Union 
Freight a 239 

1873, railroads : Cambridge, Metropolitan, Union Freight a 190 

1874, paving : ordered a 342, 352 
repairs : petition a 299 
sewer : petition a 505 

stable : G. M. Winslow & Co. a 497, 506 

1875, lantern : C. F. Clark a 656, 705 

1878, building : D. Roby & Son c 320 a 322, 338 c 342 






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omnibuses : Poland & Peabody a. 661 
stable : D. Roby & Co. a 76, 101 

1877, railroads : Cambridge a 644, 697, 703, S43, 856; Eastern a 258, 

279, 334; So. Boston a 149, 171 ; Union Freight a 25s, 279, 334 . 

1878, lamps 1 petition a 604-ordered a 625 

railroads : Boston & Maine a 697; Fitchburg a 95, 184, 250, 399, 
400, 429, 431, 485; Highland a 250, 324, 3S1, 384, 425, 426, 492; 
Union Freight a 95, 184, 250, 399, 400, 429, 431, 4S5 

1870, lamps : petition a 519-ordered a 540 

railroads : Cambridge a 204, 311, 363, 364, 43s, 457, 458, 471, 502, 
S 26 . 5 2 7» 554. SSS. 57 1 . 577! South Boston a 197 

Cavanagh, George H., Councilman, Ward 15. 

1879, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on ferries, streets, to nominate trustees of 
Mt. Hope cemetery c 12; on 4th of July 251; allowance for me- 
morial day 269; Kemp-st. sewer 372 

remarks : tunnel to East Boston c toi ; holiday for city employes 
102; Arnold arboretum 135; superintendent of streets 161; super- 
intendent of sewers 182; assessment of taxes 241 ; salaries of city 
officers 249; decoration day 269; Commercial st. 359; Kemp-st. 
sewer 362 ; D st. extension 372; adverse legislation 3S0; Chelsea 
bridge 400; Moses Kimball's gift 444; passage-way from Tremont 
st. to Court sq. 470, 475; South St. 487 ; Mystic water supply 507; 
Ninth-st. district 568; bridge to East Boston 609; Chelsea bridge 
652; Commonwealth ave. 731 

Cawley, Dennis, Jr., Councilman, Ward 2. 

1874, qualified: c 1 

appointed: committee to collect votes for president c 1 ; mayor's 
address 3 ; nominate ballast inspectors 5 \ survey and inspection of 
buildings, Northampton-st. district 13; funeral Charles Sumner 
129; 4th of July 292 

remarks : Sumner memorial c 148; salary bill 200, 201 ; free soup 
656, 684,685,735; employment for poor 660; ballast inspectors 755 

1875, qualified: c 1 

appointed: committee on credentials c 1; nominate directors 
public institutions 6; survey and inspection of buildings, streets 
10; division of wards 11 ; excursion of common council 409; city 
registrar's department 427 

remarks: reward for arrest of murderer c 219, 290; bonds Sud- 
bury-river contract 317; park commission 42S, 429; licensing 
plumbers 615 

Cazenove place. 

1871, name : petition a 247-named a 253 

1873, cellar : below grade reported a 418-alteration ordered a 431 
naming : petition a 501-refused a 516 

1874, paving: petition a 567 

1875, edgestones, sidewalks : raised to grade a 298 
macadamizing, etc. : ordered a 298 

1878, extension : W. H. Whitmore payment land, etc., order tabled 
a 531-p issed 549 

plank-walk : petition a 638 
18 70, fences : ordered a 371 

grading : petition a 254-ordered a 371 

guy rope : W. S. Coggswell, petition a 672-permit a 699 

opening, graveling : ordered a 371 

plank-walk : petition a 254-ordered a 371 

Cedar avenue. 

1876, stable : S. Poole a 628, 747 

1877, sewer : petition a 432-notice intention to take land a 472-hearing 

a 505-taking a 536; order notice a 555, 569-to build a5S3-schedule, 
etc. a S20 

1878, claim : James Nugent a 250 

Cedar Grove Cemetery. 

1870, commissioners : H. L. Pierce elected a 59 c 61 ; annual report 

(CD. 24) a 43 

1871, commissioner: committee to nominate c 17 a 20; H. T. Nazro 

elected a 59 c 61 ; annual report (C.D.iS) a 49 

1872, commissioners : Nathan Carruth elected a 40 c 44; annual report 

(C.D.32) a 59; H. L. Pierce resigned a23o; F. L.Tileston elected 
a 234 c 247 
appropriation: request, additional a 139 c 146-granted c 170, 
1S2, 189 a 192 

1873, commissioners : Wm. Pope elected a 4.5 c 60; annual report 

(C.D.36) a 89 c 96 

1874, committee : appointed a 40 c 42 

commissioners : committee to nominate c 14 a 18; A. C. Clark 
nominated and elected a 37 c 43; annual report (C.D.60) a 316 

1875, committee : appointed a 7 c 10 

commissioners : committee to nominate c 6 a 7; nominated c 41 

a 46-F. L. Tileston elected c 56 a 60; annual report (CD. 73) 

a 3 2 '> 336 c 338 
187©, committee: appointed a 11 c 17 

commissioners : committee to nominate c 30; nominated a 159 

c 164-H. J. Nazro elected a 159 c iSS; annual report (CD. 49) a 359 

c 362 
1877, committee : appointed c 7 a 8 

commissioners: committee to nominate c 6 a 8; nominated 

c 207-Nathan Carruth elected a 215 C217; annual report (C.D.63) 

a 449 



Cedar Grove Cemetery, continued. 

1878, committee : appointed c 7 a 8 

commissioners : committee to nominate c 7 a 9; nominated c 32- 
\Vm. Pope elected a 37 c 44; annual report (C.D.4S) a 304 c 308, 
326 

1879, committee : appointed c 12 a 13-change in a 581 
commissioners: committee to nominate a 5 c 12 a 13, 14; nom- 
inated c 200 a 207-A. C. Clark, elected a 207 c 212; annual report 
(C.D.61) a 351 

exchange of lots : order authorizing exchange for equivalent 
within city limits, assigned c 621-passed c 633 a 64i-reconsid- 
ered and tabled a 661 

Cedar lake. 

1874, water supply from, order to report rejected a 104 

Cedar pond. 

1874, survey ordered a 624 c 631 

Cedar square. 

18©9, grading : petition a 79 

improvement: committee authorized to procure plans a 197 
187©, fountain : petition a 148 c 153 

laying out : ordered c 115 a 117; additional appropriation c 204, 
215 a 219 
1872, nuisance : order to abate c m-rejected c 120 

sewer : petition a 200-order notice a 221, 222-order to build a 224 
1879, lamps : petition a 525-refused a 505 

Cedar street. (See West Cedar street.) 

Cedar street, Dorchester. 

1874, grading: petition a 179 
sidewalk : petition a 164 

1878, lamps : petition a 621 

1879, improvements : petition a 254 

Cedar street, Roxbury. 

18©8, lamps : petition a 74-refused a Si 

sewer : remonstrance a 33; order to build a 43 
widening : hearing a 30 

1869, building : F. D. Osgood a 232 
edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 97 

sewer : order to build a 89; petition extension a 114-order of 
notice a 136, i3S-order to build a 146-schedule, etc. a 190, 192, 255, 
282, 286; assessments changed, Dudley-Gannon a 269 

1870, buildings : F. C. R. Ellingera 182; j. F. Twombly a 149 
edgestones : ordered a 289 

1871, grading : ordered a Si 
lamps : petition a 167 

sewer: petition a 167, 297-order notice a 217, 221-to build a 301, 

307 
stable : W. F. Stetson a 307, 339 
trees : removal a 244 

1872, sewer : schedule, etc. a 171, 1S4; assessments changed, Nelson- 

Olmstead a 311 

1873, sidewalk , petition a 310-ordered a 354, 367-schedule, etc. a 575 
stable : H. P. Dunbar a 310, 317 

1874, stable : F. D. Osgood a 567, 598 
tree : removal a 497, 514 

1875, sewer : petition a 596-order notice 619-scheduIe, etc. 752, 763 
sidewalk : ordered a 29S-schedule, etc. a 423 

stable : S. E. Wills a 610, 639 

1876, stable : F. D. Osgood a 506, 513 

1877, stable : F. D. Osgood a 64, 94 
trees : removal a 593 

1878, stable : T. D. Mu'lvey a 479, 49S 

1879, railroad : Metropolitan a 511, 540, 575, 592, 708 

Celebrations. (See Army and navy monument dedication- 
— Boston, settlement of. — Bunker Hill, battle of. — Con. 
cord, town of. — Boston, evacuation of. — Fourth of July. — 
Lexington, battle of. — Memorial day. — Roxbury centen- 
nial. — Washington's birthday.) 

Cellars below grade. 

1872, prohibition : order passed to petition for act a 2S9, 291 c 295 
grade : established a 399 

1873, inspector: directed to report a 309 
reported, petitions for, etc. : 

Cazenove pl., Martin Beatty, reported a 418-order to alter a 431 
Chandler St., Samuel Stubbs, reported a4iS-order to alter a 431 
Kneeland ST., John Sullivan, petition a 305 c 329-permit a 311 

c 329 
Tremont st. : Joseph R. Bassett, reported a 4iS-order to alter 

a 431 
Washington st. : W. T. Brigham, petition a 453-refused a 534 

CS39 

1874, permits : 

inspector of buildings directed not to issue permits for a- 478- 
motion to reconsider discussed and rejected a 493, 494 
reported, petitions for, etc. : 
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Cellars, continued. 

Beacon ST. : F. Pope, reported a 525-ordered to raise a 554; F. 

C. Bacon, reported a 525-order to raise a 554, 5S4 
Beach st. : T. W. Tuttle, petition a 251-permit a 269 
Broad st. : W. R. Clark, petition a 306-permit a 555 
Commonwealth ave. : C J. Thomas, ordered to raise a 47S, 5S4 ; 
J. A. Burnham, Jr., ordered to raise a 478, 5S4; E. F. Lawrence, 
ordered to raise a 478, 584 
Congress st. : F. M. Johnson, petition a 262 
East Dedham st. : A. Curtis, petition a 622-permit a 643 
Friend st. : C. Roberts, petition a 622-permit a 690 
Fulton st. : D. Goodnow, petition a 550-permit a 56S 
Gray st. : J. G. Smith, ordered to alter a 478, 5S4-petition a 483- 

refused a 506 
Harrison ave. : trustees Boston College, petition a 550-permit 
a 563; paving department, permit a 452; B. & M. Cunniff, or- 
dered to alter a 47S; P. R. Guiney, petition a 550 
Hudson st. : S. H. Tarbell, petition a 505-permit a 514, 555 
Kneeland st. : H. L. Hayford, petition a 36-permit a S5 
Marlborough st. : T. M. Crafts, ordered to alter a 478, 584; D. 

W. Beckler, ordered to alter a 525, 555 
Newbury st. : C. W. Freeland, C. J. Underwood, S. G. Palmer, 
N. Morse, F. H. Morse, G. F. Bemis, ordered to alter a 478, 5S4 
Pitts st. : A. McLean, petition a 497-permit a 555 
Randolph st. : S. & A. R. Whittier, petition a 513-no action 

necessary a 5S3 
Shawmut ave. : B. & M. Cunniff, petition a 505-no action nec- 
essary a 583; C. Rothfuchs, petition a 505-no action necessary 

a5S3 
Tennyson st. : German Reformed Church, ordered to alter a 478 
Washington st. : heirs Wm. Brigham, petition a 610-permit 

a 643 

1875, petitions for, etc. : 

Ashland pl. : C. B. Peabody, petition a 122-refused a 224 
Columbus ave. : A. Avery, petition a 203 
Holyoke ST. : A. Avery, petition a 203 

North Centre st. : A. Ratshesky, petition a 436-permit a 450 
Shawmut ave. : F. W. Mitchell, petition a 292-refused a 323 
Springfield st. : N. J. Bradlee, petition a 446 
State st. : Long Wharf Corporation, petition a 220-permit a 223 
Washington st. : H. R. Plympton, petition a 346-permit a 450; 
H. H. Richardson, petition a 354-110 action necessary a 467 

1876, petitions for, etc. : 

Buckingham st. : Hollis Hunnewell, petition a 174-permit a 211 
Haymarket sq^ : T. & F. Hollis, petition a 447-permit a 466 
Springfield st. : Nathaniel J. Bradlee, permit a 299 
T wharf : proprietors, petition a 3^6-permit a 410 
Water st. : Charles W. Galloupe, petition a 23-permit a 34; 
Thomas Cunningham, petition a 464-permit a 470 

1877, petitions for, etc. : 

Beverly* st. : Clapp & Underhill, petition a 551-permit a 5S1 

1878, petitions for, etc. : 

Broad st. : S. S. Goodwin & Co. petition a 460-permit 507 
Charlestown st : D. Goodnow, petition a 227-permit 252 
Dover st. : J. G. Cooper, petition a 591-permits 601, 605 
Fayette st. : Hiram Ames, petition a 479-permit 498 
Merchants' row : J. P. Squire, petition a 757-permit 780 
Summer st : L. A. Noyes, petition a8i-permit97 

Cellar Doorways. 

1870, closing in Dock square, report inexpedient a 747 

Cemeteries. 

1869, committee appointed : a 5 

1870, committee appointed : a 5 

1871, committee appointed : a 5 

establishment: J. A. Healy, Roxbury, petition a 319-refused 
a 351 

1872, committee appointed : a 6 

1874, committee: appointed a 7; to have charge of city registrar's 

department a 40 
agents : petition for ordinance prohibiting undertakers from acting 

as a 370-report, no action necessary a 401 
establishment : Patrick Tracy et al. W. Roxbury, petition a 28- 

referred a 153-granted a 193 

1876, burial lots : Board of Health, petition for authority to convey by 

deeds a 464 
establishment : J. Meyers et al.. Centre St., petition a 100-granted 
a 195; M. Greenwood, near Dedham, petition a 261-granted a 311 

1877, burial lots, etc. : report recommending ordinance on request of 

board of health for authority to convey c 208-passed c 217, a 223 
burial permits : order not to grant without certificate from city 

registrar, referred a 363 
protection : order relative to a 157-indefinitely postponed c 158 
See also Arnold st., W.R. ; Cedar Grove; Central burial- 
ground; Copp's Hill; East Boston cemetery; Eliot bur- 
ial-ground; Evergreen; Forest Hills; Granary burial- 
ground; Intramural interments; Jewish burial-ground, 
E.B.; King's Chapel; Mt. Hope; Phipps st. ; Roxbury 
cemetery; St. Joseph; St. Paul's church; Tommy's rocks. 

Census, Massachusetts. 

1875, committee appointed a 8 c 11; order passed to petition authority to 

appoint agents a 22 c 23 ; change in committee c 119; petition 
Sampson, Davenport, & Co. for leave to take a 203-report, order 
passed to appoint agents a 208; agents appointed a 208, 239, 261, 



Census, continued. 

292, 307,318, 332, 393 ; petition Dean Dudley & S. G. Jones for leave 
to take a 220-refused a 250 ; committee to report relative to statistics 
of births, etc. a 293-report a482-order to obtain statistics rejected 
a 494-motion to reconsider rejected a 51S; report of aggregates re- 
ferred a 452 c 459 a 465 
C. D. Wright, communication relative to compensation for taking 
a 490 c 501-report, no action necessary a 534 c 540 
1876, report of census of population a 100 

Census, United States. 

1870, communication from mayor a 264-committee appointed a 264 c 270- 

report, and order passed authorizing committee to compile and 
publish statistics relating to population of Boston a 296 c 298 

1871, committee appointed c 24 a 27 

1872, committee appointed c 290, 295, a 301 

1873, committee on printing to take charge of unfinished business, a 103, 

115 c 121; statistics compiled from ninth U.S. census (CD. 54) 
a -73 c I7S 
Centennial Celebrations. {See Boston, settlement of. — Bos- 
ton, evacuation of. — Bunker Hill, battle of. — Concord and 
Lexington, battle of. — Fourth of July. — Roxbury centennial.) 

Centennial Exposition at Philadelphia. 

1871, order for appointment of committee on c 173-order (CD. 52) passed 
and committee appointed c 183 a 186 

1875, message from mayor, transmitting circular from Massachusetts 

commissioners, committee appointed a 656 c 668-report, order to 
prepare exhibits, a 6S6-discussed, tabled a 703, 704-indefinitely 
postponed a 742 ; petition for loan of historical paintings a 742 c 744 

1876, petition that works of art be sent, referred a 14, c 16-report, order to 

loan a 45-rejected a 59 

Central avenue, Dorchester. 

1871, stable : P. F. Stanton a 357, 374 

1875, construction : petition a 752 
187iH, bridge : ordered a 262, 273 

building : C Tilden c 2S9 a 294, 303 c 303 
grading : ordered a 262, 273 
laying out : F. H. Roper, paid damages a 466 
railroad : Highland Street a 294, 295, 336, 355, 466, 4SS 
1879, stable : P. McMahon a 668, 696 

Central avenue, Roxbury. 

1878, crossing: ordered a 526 

Central-avenue Bridge. 

1870, rebuilding and widening, mayor authorized to execute agreement 
with B. & P. R.R. for a 315 

1876, construction ordered a 262, 273 

Central Burial-ground. 

1869, tombs : order passed to contract for repaving a 97 

Central Charity Bureau. 

1868, furniture, authorized a 49 c 52 

assignment of rooms, authorized a 49 c 53 a 55, 62 

1869, placed in charge of overseers of poor a 50 c 52; boiler-house and 

coal-shed, order to procure plans a 175-report c 210-erection 
ordered c 217 a 220 

1870, heating-apparatus, repairs authorized c 36, 41 a 44; yard, fencing, 

grading, etc., authorized c 282, 291 a 295 

1871, rooms assigned to paymaster of State aid c 342, 353 a 358 c 378 

1873, repairs ordered a 270 c 274, 285 

Central place. 

1874, name : changed to Music Hall place a 84 

Central square. 

1870, care of, contract authorized c 115 a 117 

1871, care of, contract authorized a 162 c 165, 171; hydrant, remonstrances 

against removal a 358 

1872, care of, contract authorized c 150 a 153 

1873, care of, order to contract tabled c 175-recommitted c 183 a 187- 

report, order passed c 193 a 197; watering, petition a 247 

1874, watering, petition a 189 c 197 
1876, lamps, petition a 248 

paving ordered a 323 

1879, paving ordered a 502 

railroad, Metropolitan a 534, 553, 593, 594, 602 

scales, removal ordered a 502-payment expense a 601 c 605 

watering, petition a 374-change of reference a 393 c 395 

Central street. 

1870, paving ; petition a 206 

1872, paving: petition a 122-ordered a 134, 141 

1873, grading : ordered a 327 

1874, grading : notice to owners of raising a 101 ; settlement damages : 

J. Cook, Fifty Associates, E. D. Peters, payment a 378, 390 — 
heirs C Thompson, petition a 209-payment a 473 

1875, grading: settlement damages: heirs E. L. Penniman, petition 

a 7-payment a 265 — A. C Wheelwright, petition a 19-payment 






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CHADWICK STREET 



Central street, continued. 

paving : petition a 493-refused a 533 

1876, edgestones : schedule, etc. a 6S6 
1879, railroad : Highland a 597, 653, 656, 70S 

Central Wharf. 

1871, clock : petition c 218 a 221 

1873, building : J. O. Whiting- & Co. a 171 c 179 a 184 c 18S 
1879, petroleum : S. Jenney & Co., permit to store a 595 

Central Wharf, East Boston. 

1874, building: Leonard Pickering' a 251 c 257 a 269 c 272 

Central Wharf and Wet Dock Corporation. 

1870, filling docks ordered a 14 

Centre place. 

1875, stable : Patrick Dolan a 393, 450 

1877, stable : P. Dolan a 759, a 7S4 

1878, lamps : petition a 621-ordered a 752 

Centre street, Dorchester. 

1870, widening : request to consider expediency a 257-order notice 

a 304, 313-order passed a 321 ; Joseph Dix, payment damages a 354 

1871, railroad : Old Colony & Newport a 349, 363 
widening : D. B. Eddy, payment land, etc. a Si, 89 

1873, claim : M. A. King a 223 c 247 a 257 c 261 
land : Charles Clark c 182 a 1S4 c 20S a 212 

1874, widening : payment for land, etc., J. Dix a 562, 567 — C. V. Whit- 

ten a 567 
sewer : petition a4S3-no action necessary 544 

1876, trees : removal a 586, 633, 634, 64S, 72S 

1877, plank-walk : petition a 17-refused a 33 
sewer : remonstrance a 296; petition a 3S9 

1878, plank-walk : petition a 95, 582 

1879, lamps: petition a 66S 

Centre street, Roxbury. 

1868, building : E. G. Cauldwell a 30 
lamps : petition a 74-refused a 81 

1869, buildings: Moses Libbey a 161; L. Weissbein a 121 

1870, buildings : E. C. Buford a 37; J. R. Hall a 122 
discontinuance : petition a 195 
edgestones : ordered a 289 

grading : J. L. Hall, petition damages a 331 

sewers : between Highland st. and Highland ave., order notice 
a 87, 94-to build a 96, 100; between Cedar and Linwood sts., order 
notice a 210, 212; schedule, etc. a 214, 219, 313, 322; M. E. Brown- 
ing, petition postponement collection a 229-refused a 265 ; assess- 
ment abated, E. H. Severance a 230 

sidewalk : petition a 273 

1871, sewer : assessments changed, Kittredge-Merrill a 16, 20; abatement 

assessments, M. E. Browning petition a 65 — J. R. Hall petition 
a 32-refused a 71 ; postponement of collection, J. R. Hall petition 
a 56-refused a 71 
1873, grade : petition a 297 

sewer : petition a 264, 281 

•water : petition, extension of pipes a 370 c 373 a 399 c 411 

1873, sewer : petition a 350-order notice a 372-to build a 409-schedule, 

etc. a 532, 562 ; petition refused a 270 
sidewalk : petition a 42S-ordered a 444 

1874, grading : petition a 334 

sewer: order of notice a 514, 525-to build 531-schedule, etc. 751 

sidewalk : schedule, etc. a 681 

stables : Peter Flynn a 204, 224; C. T. Lingham, a 505, 514; Wm. 

Houseman a 767 
tree : removal a 677 

1875, buildings : M. Drinan & Co. a in, 164, 192, 346, 357 
edgestones, sidewalks : petition a 493-ordered a 533 
sidewalks : petition a 547 

stable : Wm. Houseman a 13 

1876, edgestones : ordered a 249, 528 
gutters, sidewalks : ordered a 52S 
retaining-wall : ordered a 51 1 

sewers : assessment changed, Fenno-Parker a 339, 652 
sidewalks : petitions a 24S, 347-ordered a 202-schedule, etc. 

a 338 
stables : M. Hatfield a 404, 433; John Ollis a 174, 249; P. B. Smith 

a 34 ' , 

watering : petition a 347-ordered a 372 

1877, coaches : O. Nawn a 130, 278 
railroad : Metropolitan a 4S3, 511, 569 
stable : M. Lefstrom a 703, 726 
"watering : petition a 483-ordered a 536 

1878, edgestones: petition a 381 
sidewalks : petition a 425-ordered 447 

stables : J. W. Divoll, Jr. a 446, 49S; A. E. McLaughlin a 26, 70 
watering : petition a 273 

Centre street, West Roxbury. 

1874, tree : removal a 677 

1875, building : Mass. Infant Asylum a 203 c 211 a 222 c 227 

claim : Michael Dunn c 565 a 57S c 750 a 752 
edgestones : petition a 292, 547-ordered a 309, 596 



, order of notice 
order of notice 



Centre street, continued. 

sewer : Hannah Dudley, petition abatement assessment a 92-re- 
fused a 112; between Heath and Amory sts., order notice a 223, 
239-to build a 279-schedule, etc. a 752, 763; J. H. Hurd, petition 
damages a 527-refused a 548 

surface water : petition relief from a 574 

1876, cemetery : J. Meyers, petition to establish a 100-permit a 195 
crossings : petition a 206-ordered a 245 

edgestones : petition a 243 

grade : petition establishment a 174-established a 262 

hospital : G. W. Rhodes a 506, 537 

lamps : petition a 174, 661-refused a 727 

sewers : order of notice a 246, 24S-order to build a 263-schedule, 

etc. a 724, 747 . . 
sidewalks : petition a 661 
sign : Odiorne & Co. a 336 
stable : C. M. Weld a 225, 246 
widening : G. C. North, paid damages a 213 

1877, edgestones : ordered a 364, 587, 596; petitions a 569, 585 
improvements : petition a 100 

lamps : petition a 695-ordered a 854 

macadamizing : petition a 334-ordered a 364 

sewers: petitions a 196, 277, 389, 583; between Green st. and Seav- 

erns ave., order notice a 226, 23S-to build a 267-schedule, etc. 

a 820; to Orchard St., order notice 3395, 411; J. P. Universalist 

Society petition abatement assessment a 703 
sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 279 
stables: F. S. Balch a 594, 617; J. Hall a 277; M. May a 210, 227; 

W. R. Wheeler a 258, 278 

1878, buildings : John Quirk a 381, 425, 428 
lamps : petition a 510-ordered 752 
sewer : between land of Connor and Orchard St.. 

a 526, 528; between Bowe ave. and Sheridan ave., 
a 589, 591 

1879, building : J. Quirk a 592, 601 
crossings : petition a 495, 692 

edgestones : petition a 204, 622-ordered a 379-schedule a 518, 626 

improvements : petition a 495 

lamps : petition a 592 

railroad : Metropolitan a 480, 495, 553, 554 

sewer: schedule, etc. a 108; W. F. Chase, C. T. Lingham, A. 
Mair, assessments abated a 335; between Eliot and Pond sts., 
order of notice a 493, 495-order to build a S40-schedule, etc. a 679, 
681, 69S; W. F. Chase, assessment abated a 594 

sidewalks : petitions a 204, 622-ordered a 379, 517-schedule, etc. 
a 518, 626 

stables : D. P. Hall a 492, 501 ; G. P. Trott a 204, 223, 2S2, 310 

watering : petition a 325-ordered a 379 

Centre-street Primary School. 

1873, land purchased a 204 c 207 

Cesspools. 

1868, clearing: committee to report ordinance regulating a 23 c 25-re- 

port, ordinance adopted c 32 a 33 
Curve st. : petition a 49 

1869, Bowdoin ST. : G. F. Towle, petition damages c 177 
Columbus ave. : petition a 267 

F ST. : petition a 184 

Harrison ave. : petition a 271-report a 283 
1873, Athens st. : petition removal a 297 
D ST. : petition removal a 297 

Ceylon street. 

1870, stable : H. V. Hayward a 93, 108 
1873, culvert : ordered a 224, 227 

1873, grading : petition a 4SS-ordered a 516, 533 
obstructions : removal ordered a 494 

widening : payment land, etc., H. N., M. A., and Stephen 
Baker, George Wry a 494 

1874, widening : payment damages, N. T. Safford a 152 

1878, building: Cavanagh & Son a 64S 

1879, stable : Hobanop Chamberlin a 280, 310 

Chadwick street. 

1869, buildings: William Kidney a 161; George Kreegel a 184; M. 

Mulore a 134; M. Mulvee a 143; Thomas Whalen a 143 
extension : petition c 76 
gutters : petition a 1S8 
sidewalks : petition a 1S8 

1870, buildings: Harding & Neilly a 308 
edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 102, no, 197 
crossings, gutters, macadamizing: ordered a no 
extension : order notice a 304, 313-order passed a 366 
grade : petition a 75-established a 133 

grading : refused a S6; petition a 191-ordered a 197, 200 

gravel : ordered a 197 

laying out : ordered a 133 

sewer : petition a 191-report, no action a 212 

sidewalks : petition a 191 

1871, extension : D. McClaren, payment land, etc. a 21, 27 
stable : August Ultsch a 222 

1874, paving: petition a 236-refused a 253 

1875, grading i petition a 452 

1876, name : petition that extension to Adams street be so called a 572- 

refused a 604 

1877, edgestones : petition a 296 



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CHAIN. CABLE 



CHARD ON STREET 



Chain-cable Factory. (See Institutions, Public.) 

Chairmen Board of Aldermen. (See also Aldermen.) 

1868, George W. Messinger. 

1869, Benjamin James. 
1876, Newton Talbot. 

1871, Charles E. Jenkins. 

1872, Samuel Little. 

1873, Leonard R. Cutter. 

1874, "I 

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1878, Solomon B. Stebbins. 

1879, Hugh O'Brien. 

Chambers street. 

1869, 
1870, 

1871, 

1872, 



building : F. F. Wheelock a 94 

extension: petition a 12 

sewer : schedule, etc. a 320 

buildings: H. L. Brackett a 122; D. H. Jacobs a 156; F. A. 

Richardson a 83 
nuisance : abated a 198 
widening: petition a 122-report inexpedient a 150; order notice 

a 25S, 273-order passed a 277 
paving : ordered a 1S9, 197 
railroad : Cambridge a 18S 



extension : petition damages George Field et al. a 297, W. A. 

Thompson, J. C. Tucker a 384 
grade : established a 15, 22 

1873, grading : payment damages : A. E. Bryant a 1S5, George Field 

a 170, Joseph Forristall a 250, W. G. Hickey a 327, Julia Hurley 
a 263, W. A. Thompson a 190, J. C. Tucker a 1S1 ; J. Forristall, 
petition a 350-refused a 430 
widening : payment damages Charles Roberts a 221 

1876, claim : A. Hennesy a 206 c 218 a 246 c 255 

1877, sewer : petition a 210-order of notice a 226, 238-order to build 

a 267-schedule, etc. a S20 

1878, stable : T. F. Hunnewell a 151 

1879, lamps : petition a 2Si-ordered a 705 
paving : petition a 303 

stable : heirs J. Bennett a 387, 424 

Chambers street, Charlestown. 

1874, lamp : petition c 511 a 513-report, no action a 6S2 
1876, sewer : order to build a 537 

Chamber-street Evening School. 

1875, petition, accommodation a 525 c 533-report, order to fit up room, 

Wells school-house a 546 c 547, 557 

Champney place. 

1870, nuisance : abated a 289 
1879, lamps : petition a 692 

Champney street. 

1870, building : James Bentham a 21 

1871, stable : J. J. Blackmore a 252, 269 

1872, nuisance : abated a 307 
stable : J. N. "Whitman a 139, 163 

1875, stables : S. Connelly a 703, 723 ; G. B. Green a 355, 424 

1876, stable : Stephen Connelly a 24S, 277, 299 

Chandler street. 

1869, buildings : Fox & Studley a 273; M. Hayes a 253; M. S. & G. N. 

Miller a 84; S. M. Shepleigh a 2S5 
grading, etc. : petition a 281-ordered a 293 
laying out : Berkeley st. to Columbus ave., order of notice a 165, 

174-order passed a 270 
sewer: petition a 173-order of notice a 269, 273-order to build a 276 

1870, buildings: Nathaniel Adams a 141; J. G. Day a 195; Fox & 

Studlev a 294; Martin Hayes a 14S; G. N. Miller a 132; M. S. & 
G. N. "Miller a 211; S. M. Shapleigh a 100; Albert Stoddard 
a 93, 211 ; Stephen Stoddard a 122 
edgestones : ordered a SS 
fence, plank-walk : ordered a 28 
laying out: at cor. Columbus ave., petition a 182 
sewer: schedule, etc. a 63; assessments abated, unnamed persons 
a 96— Albert Stoddard a 102— P. W. Chandler, T. S. Monehan, 
W. W. Tucker a 145; assessed, Day & Lee, J. F. Farrington, 
H. C. Rose, S. M. Shapleigh, Albert and Stephen Stoddard, C. D. 
Woodward a 145 
sidewalks : petition a 21-ordered a 88 

1871, building : Boston & Albany R.R. a 297 

sewer : assessments changed, Jenkins-Norton a 67 — Jenkins-Lor- 

ing a 108 
sidewalk : schedule, etc. a 144 
stable : T. P. Frost a 107, 115, 177, 186, 195, 200 

1872, sidewalk : petition a 113 

1873, cellar : reported below grade a 418-alteration ordered a 431 
paving: Tremont to Berkeley St., ordered a 179; Berkeley to 

Columbus ave., ordered a 217 
sidewalk : petition a 139-schedule, etc. a 513, 535 

1874, edgestones, sidewalks, gutters : ordered a 361,370-schedule, 

etc. a 391 



Chandler street, continued. 

paving : petition a 164-refused a 357 

1877, railroads: Highland a 3S9, 412; Metropolitan a 412 

1878, roadway : petition restoration a 336 

Change avenue. 

1876, fruit- stand : petition a 464-remonstrance a 468-refused a 480 
1878, sewer: petition a 446-order of notice 44S, 460-to build 465-schedule, 
etc. a 697, 752 

Channing street. 

1873, grade : established a 103 

Chapel place. 

1870, nuisance : abated a 160 

1871, nuisance: abated a 144 

Chapel street. 

1878, name : petition change a 357-changed to Curtis st. 387 
signs and numbers : ordered a 387 
stable : Frank Gauter a 227, 290, 446, 465 

Chapman place. 

1869, paving: ordered a 133 

1873, obstructions : petition removal a 39S-report, no action a 470 
1876, lying-in-Hospital : L. A. Allen, petition a 347-refused a 366 

Chapman School-house. 

1872, claim for injuries caused by ice falling from a 55 c 57 a 123 c 127 

1874, enlargement of lot, request c 32S a 339 

1875, enlargement of lot, report inexpedient c 79 a 81 ; second report, and 

order passed to purchase a 250, 262 c 271, 281 
fencing and grading, request c 546 a 547-ordered c 612 

1876, yard, request for alteration and division of, referred c 549 

a 550-granted c 741 a 747 
1878, heating-apparatus, change ordered c 476 a 4S3 
repairs, request for c 64 a 68-ordered c 122 a 126 

Chapman street. 

1868, edgestones : ordered a 5 

1869, building : T. J. Whidden a 88 

1870, buildings : Boynton Bros, c 2S2 a 2S7; J. C. Morton a 304 c 306; 

T. J. Whidden a 316 c 31S, 324 
cellar openings : closing ordered a 356 
grading : petition damages, E. D. F. Curtis a 273 c 2S0, M. L. 

Heath 3349; estates purchased (No. 76) a 257 c 260, E. Fernald 

a 316 c 31S, 32^., C. Sanborn a 353 c 360, G. R. Sneadon a 353 c 360; 

M. Drinan, payment extra work a 323 c 333, 347 
nuisance : abated a in, 323 
sewer : petition a 122-^refused a 150 

1871, grading : E. M. & M. L. Learnard, estate purchased c 105, 106, 112 

a 116 
paving: petition a 15S 

1872, discontinuance : title to portion released a 258 c 261, 270 
sewer : discontinued a 31 

1873, sewei* : order of notice a 143, 151-order to build a 163-schedule, etc. 

a 488, 502, C14 

1876, lamps : ordered a 727 

1877, land : J. L. Symonds, c 778 a 781 a 796 c 803 

1878, edgestones, sidewalks, gutters: ordered a 488 
land : Wm. Corbett a S, 20 c 22 
macadamizing : ordered a 4SS 

paving : removal ordered a 4S8 
sidewalks : petition a 500 




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1874, trees : 

1875, stable 



removal a 299 

: J. M. Lombard a 164, 193 



Charcoal Baskets, Inspectors of. 

1870, appointed : E. N. Moore, F. G. Pope, W. F. Reed a 206 

1871, appointed: C. R. M. Pratt a 233 

1872, appointed : C. R. M. Pratt, W. F. Reed a 131 ; assistants, Daniel 

Hunt, C. F. Reed a 21S 

1873, appointed : C. R. M. Pratt, W. F. Reed a 101 

1874, appointed : C. R. M. Pratt, W. F. Reed a 179 

1875, appointed : C. R. M. Pratt, W. F. Reed a 201 ; assistant, Daniel 

Hunt a 263 

1876, appointed : W. F. Reed a 225 

1877, appointed: B. F. Warner a 196, 197; deputies, J. N. Devereux, 

Jeremiah Harrigan, J. P. Sawin, D. P. Sullivan a 392 

1878, appointed: F. M. Howe a 183; deputies, G. W. Close, D. C. 

Hunt, J. P. Sawin, D. P. Sullivan a 1S3 

1879, appointed: B. F. Warner nominated a 139-motion to reconsider 

tabled a 171-nomination withdrawn a 186, 1S7; H. J. Toland 
nominated, tabled a 187-motion to take from table withdrawn 
a lgS-confirmed a 210; deputies, J. N. Devereux, Jeremiah Harri- 
gan, J. P. Sawin, D. P. Sullivan a 139, 210 

Chardon street. 

1869, building : E. Merrill a 94 
1872, smelting-furnace : J. L. Ross a 256, 266 
stable : P. H. Seavy a 310, 336 



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1873, claim: 
stable : L. C. Chase a 350, 408 
stationary engine : Charles Roberts a 453, 488, 502 

1874, claim : J. Mulrady (or Mahady) a 203 c 216 a 301 c 309 
hoisting beam : Uriel Crocker a 29 

1875, paving : petitions a 507 

1876, urinals : request to erect a 493-report, change of reference a 528 

c 530 

1877, openings: order to close a 338 
obstructions : removal ordered a 338 

1878, claim : Thomas Brown c 64 a 68 c 89 a 96 
stationary engine : H. M. Richards & Co. a 67, 109, 135 

1879, railroad: Cambridge a 204, 311, 363, 364, 438, 457, 45S, 471, 502, 

526, 527. S54> 5SS. 57'. 577 
shaft : C. Roberts a 347, 371 

Charitable Societies. 

1868, assignment of rooms in Central Charity Bureau, order passed a 49- 
amended, passed c52-tabled a 55-passed a 62 

Charles River. 

1868, sewer deposits, petition removal a 17-ordered a 22-report on a 81 

c S4-additional appropriation a 2S, 38 

1869, flats, petition relative to filling and order passed relative to same 
a 267 c 272; order to print arguments and opinions a 317 c 322 

1870, boat-house float, see Mt. Vernon st. 

flats, petitions dredging a 75 c So a 109-ordered a 11S, 135 
nuisances abated a 151 

1871, new avenue across, petition for city to petition a 25 c 30-report and 

order for mayor to petition a 44-referred c 47 a 50-report c 54-re- 
committed c 73 
dredging, petition a 207, 287 

1872, commissioners' line, order to oppose encroachments on a 294 c 295 

1874, water supply from, order to report on availability a 402 c 405-report 

C 5S° 

1875, flats, petition for dredging a 345 c 353-report a 395 c 399-ordered 

a 421 c 425 
siphon pipe, order authorizing construction (C.D.20) assigned a 34- 
discussed, amended, passed a 36-discussed, assigned, c 5*1 55 
-passed c 7S 

1877, flats, order relative to dredging c 315 a 318-report inexpedient a 660 

c 669 
1879, sea-wall, order passed to prevent fastening boats to a 438 

Charles-river avenue. 

1875, paving : petition a 281-ordered a 434 

railroad : Middlesex a 261, 280, 31S, 334, 355, 439 

1878, stable : Flint & Hall a 711, 780 

1879, driveway : petition a iS3-ordered a 208 

Charles-river Bridge. 

1868, maintenance : notice of appointment commissioners to deter- 

mine and award benefits a 30 

1869, maintenance : committee to appear before commissioners a S7 

1871, commissioner: J. M. Wightman appointed a 148; communica- 

tion from a 205 ; authorized to expend funds a 187 c 190, 201 
appropriation : request for additional referred a 297 c 303- 

granted a 307 c 313 
care and maintenance : communication from city solicitor re- 
ferred a 115-report, request for ordinance a 120 c 121-ordinance 
reported and passed (CD. 31) a 136 c 139, 147 
expenditures : authorized a 1S7 c 190, 201 

1872, commissioner: J. M. Wightman appointed a 59; annual report 

(C.D.21) a 2S 
railroad : Middlesex a 139, 144, 172, 1S5, 192 

1873, commissioner : J. M. Wightman appointed a S9; annual report 

(C.D.14) c 30 a 33 
appropriation: request for additional a 19 c 29; granted a 34 
C36 

1874, commissioners : annual report (C.D.iS) a 29 
superintendent : request for ordinance to provide for election of 

a S c 10-ordinance reported a 360-passed a 371 C406, 423; appointed 
till election a 431 c 439; salary fixed a 432 c 439; nominated c 557 
a 56S-J. R. Bolan elected c 566 a 568 

1875, superintendent : nominated c 57 a 59-J. R. Bolan elected c 78 

a Si ; annual report a 7 c 11 
repairs : ordered a 112, 297-order to close during a 29S, 451 
876, superintendent : J. R. Bolan elected a 67 c 71 ; annual report 

a 23 c 2S 
appropriation: balance transferred a 115 c 121, 166 
building : leased to Joseph Roberts (Paget?) a 26 c 28 
repairs : ordered a 213-order to close during a 312 

1877, superintendent: nominated c 194 a 197; J. R. Bolan elected 

c 206 a 215; annual report a 17 c 23; assistants appointed a 323 
building : John Dyer, petition abatement rent a 223-abated a 297 

c 308, 324; petition reduction rent a 505 
claim : C. White c 36 a 41 c 124 a 130 
draw : examination ordered c 504 a 506-report c 60S a 611 
repairs : ordered a 226, 227-closed during a 226 
urinals : request for erection a 509 c 513 

1878, superintendent : J. R. Bolan nominated c 122-elected a 127 

c 137, 154; annual report a 10 c 12 
building : J. Dyer, petition reduction in rent a 227 
urinals: petition authority to erect a 425 c 432-granted a 498, 500 

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Charles-river Bridge, continued. 

1879, superintendent: petition for appointment a 4S c 56; H. Mc- 

Eleney nominated c 137-discussed, report recommitted a 140, 141 
c 151 ; petition for election J. R. Bolan a 141 c 150; J. R. Bolan 
elected c 201 a 208; annual report a 70 c 79; assistants appointed 
a 424 
building : P. Colman, lease authorized a 424 c 428-rescinded, 

lease to T. Calnan authorized a 516 c 520 
draw : regulation passage of vessels through a 363 
telephone wires and posts : National Bell Telephone Co., 
petition a 415 

Charles-river Embankment. (See Parks, Public.) 

Charles street. 

1888, building: Charles-street Baptist Society a 17 

nuisance: Joseph Dow petition relief from assessment for abate- 
ment a 65-refused a 70-petition referred next board of aldermen 
a 80 

railroad : Metropolitan a 45, 76 

1889, buildings : F. J. Baxter a 143 ; Richards & Bates a 64 
nuisance : abated a 139 

stationary engines : Badger & Batchelder a 41, 58, 79, 89; 

Joseph Coolidge a 94, 124 
tree : removal a 281, 286 
1879, buildings: G. T. Burnham a 211; J. W. Edgerly a 43; C. S. 

Parker & Sons a 217; paving department a 277 c 2S0; Seward & 

Morton a 245 
closing: ordered a 176 
paving : petition a 100 
sewer : assessments: abated, Patrick Barron, S. P. Brown a 34 — 

changed, Farlow-Evans, Jones-Heath, Parker-Lyons, Sears-Mur- 

dock; W. M. Baker et al, collection postponed a 34 
stable : C. S. Parker & Sons a 93, 108, 109, 217, 224 
trees : removal a 66, 109 
■watering : ordered c 115 a 117 

1871, nuisance : order to collect assessment for abating a 223 

1872, paving : ordered a 103; petition wood a 113-refused a 123 
railroad : Metropolitan a 363, 384, 402 

sidewalk : width reduced a 103; paving ordered a 213 c 215 

1873, railroad : Metropolitan a 9 

1874, hoisting beams : A. Towle &Co. a3o; Proctor & Jones a 567, 597 
paving : petition a 497-refused a 544 

stables : J. D. Whorf a 115, 140; C. B. Wood a 461 

1875, closing: ordered a 351 
railroad : Metropolitan a 7, 20 
stable : D. F. Comee a 493, 639 
tree : removal a 558, 582 

1876, stable : Clark & Brown a 385, 433 

urinals : request to erect a 493-report, change of reference a 52S 
c 530 

1877, claim : B. Griffin c 79 a 88 c 315 a 31S 
paving : petition a 146-ordered a 474 
repairs : petition a 277 

1878, land : African episcopal society, notice of enclosure a 500 
railroad, remonstrance against discontinuing running of cars 

a 397- report a 447 

1879, lamps : ordered a 704 
paving : petition a 325 

railroad : Cambridge a 471, 502, 526, 527, 554, £55, 571, 577 
salving wood : petition a 641-report inexpedient a 669 
watering : order requesting, withdrawn c 386 

Charles street, Charlestown. 

1875, edgestones, sidewalks, macadamizing : ordered a 434- 

schedule, etc. a 722 

1876, sidewalk: M. A. Wilson petition abatement assessment a 23- 

abated a 45 

Charles street, Dorchester. 

1874, grading, macadamizing : ordered a 584, 594 
obstructions: removal ordered a 500 
repairs : petition a 483 

1875, laying out and widening : payment land, etc., Ira Foster a 121, 

O. B. Hall a 279, John Keen a 150, C. A. Mitchell a 448, Levi Perry 
a 350 

1876, lamps : petition a 572 

laying out and widening : payment land, etc., J. H. Currier, 
H. M. Fairbanks et al a 245, Fmily Southwick, heirs a 229 

Charles street, West Roxbury. 

1874, stable : Michael Cleary a 525, 545 
1876, stable: M. Clary a 336, 355 

Charles Sumner School-house. 

1874, purchase of site and erection of building, request c 3:8 a 339 

1875, site purchased a 444 c 459, 471 ; erection ordered c 4S8, 502 a 530, 531 

Charlestown. 

1868, annexation : copy of act referred to next city council a 40 

1869, annexation : notice of petition a 2^3 c 257 a 291 c 296 

1879, annexation : order passed to petition c 335-tabled a 338-passed 
a 345 ; petitions for a 343 
new avenue : order relative to c 19 a 22 
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Charlestown, continued. 

1871, annexation : order passed to petition c 3S0, 392-rejected a 396 
lire : vote of thanks for assistance a 297 c 303 

1872, annexation: order passed to appoint commission on a 391, 398- 

amended and passed c 412-non-concurred a 4iS-reconsidered, 
amendment concurred in a 424; notice of appointment of Nahum 
Chapin, E. L. Norton, Everett Torrey a 407 c 413 
fire : vote of thanks for assistance at a 99 c 104 

1873, annexation: printing- and distribution of copies of act, c 2S6, 1873 

(C.D.S9) a 247 c 253; warrant for voting a },iy% committee to 
examine returns a 409-report, a 410; notice of petition for injunc- 
tion a 467 

1874, bridge superintendents : to receive same salaries as before 

annexation a 66 c 7S, 98 
claims : H. W. Bragg a 594 c 601 ; Brown & Le Barron c 9S a 100 
employes : to be retained in service a 2 03 
fflais : additional appropriation for filling a 316 c 324, 347 
lamps : petition extension of lamp lighting regulations a 46 
municipal court: room in city hall for a 2S7, 300 
name: petition that it be called Bunker Hill district c 26, 44-dis- 

cussed, tabled c 26, 27-remonstrances c 33, 44 
police : order relative to salaries a 8 c 10; order to extend police 

telegraph a 19 

1873, insurance: Mutual Life Insurance Co. petition for payment of 

premium on policy c 727 
old records : F. Monroe, petition payment for copying a 19-pay- 

ment a 224 c 22S, 25S 
187©, claims : H. W. Bragg a 133 c 140 a 652 c 656; Brown & Le Barron 

c 264 a 273 C446 a 449; Mechanics' Mutual Fire Insurance Co. c 75 

a 76 
park: petition establishment a 406-report of park commissioners 

a 527, 528 c 530 

1877, claims : F.J. Caswell c 849 a S53; L. E. Pearson a 317 c 324 

1878, land : A. H. Allen C389 a 397 c 476 a 483 

1879, map : preparation and publication ordered c 192 a 195 
records of marriages : 1650 to 1840, order passed to consider 

expediency of transcribing a 226 c 23S 
Wyinan's genealogies : request for order to pay referred a 402 
c 405-report order to pay passed a 461 c 465 ; distribution ordered 
c 474 a 477 

Charlestown Almshouse. (See Almshouse, Charlestown.) 
Charlestown Book of Possessions. 

1877, printing of, petition for a 745-authorizbd a 766 c 770, 7S9 

1878, report of record commissioners (C.D.91) a 723 

Charlestown Cadets. (See Fifth Regt. Inf. M.V.M. Co. A.) 

Charlestown Gas Co. 

1874, contract with, authorized a 30 

Charlestown Infant School. 

1874, petition aid c 24S a 252-report inexpedient c 291 a 300 

Charlestown Municipal Court. (.See Municipal Court.) 
Charlestown Poor Funds. 

1874, management, order of inquiry into a 492 c 511-report a 1545 c 547 

1875, interest, petition trustees for payment of c 26 a 31-payment ordered 

a 48 c 50, 7S 

Charlestown square. 

1875, railroad : Middlesex a 261, 2S0, 318, 334, 355 

Charlestown street. 

1868, building: Edwin Adams a 54 

1869, building : Alexander Mair a 161 

1870, buildings : Adams & Barstow a 199 
1873, sewer: petition a 152 

1873, claim : Fowler & Bennett c 330 a 341 
paving : petition a 441 

stationary engine : Schnetzer & Abendroth a 2S, 41, 55 

1874, iron rope : Holmes & Blanchard petition a 299-permit a 343 

1875, building : J. A. Peck a 46 c 50 a 82, 92 c 103 
name : petition change a 122-refused a 150 
petroleum : E. O. & F. H. Merrill license to store a 16S 
widening: A. Wentworth paid for surrendered estate a 206, 220; 

notices to quit a 334; Catherine Keating payment land, etc., a 4S0 
187©, paving : petition a 273 

1877, paving : ordered a 392 

1878, cellar: D. Goodnow petition a 227, 252 

1879, crossing: petition a 204-ordered a 573 

railroad : Middlesex a 2S1, 477, 493, 495, 496, 512, 526, 573, 574 

Charter, City. 

1870, amendment: notice of petition a 30S c 3iS-report no action 
necessary a 331 c 333 

1872, amendment : order to petition for c 11 a 13 

1873, revision : so much of mayor's address as relates to referred c iS a 23- 

report, order passed to appoint commissioners a 230-recommitted 
c 234 a 240-report called for, further time granted c 299 a 300-re- 
port a 342-recommitted a 352 c 356-majority and minority reports 



C. & G. Barker a 100 




Charter, City, continued. 

(CD. 115) a 3S4~discussed, recommitted a 422 c 124-report, discus- 
sion, order passed to appoint commission a 433 -discussed, assigned 
c 436-438-discussed, passed c 451, 452 — Chas. Allen, G. T. Bige- 
low, B. R. Curtis, C. G. Greene, Otis Norcross, appointed com- 
missioners c 497 a 501 

1874, revision: part of mayor's address referred to commission c 11; 

request for commissioners to report c 62-tabled a 63-rejected 
a 182; commissioners appointed, A. W. Austin a 282 c 290, 
Lemuel Shaw a 262 c 272 

1875, revision : commissioner's report (CD. 3) referred a 1 c 3; order to 

print (CD. 28) c 2S 331 057 a 59; report of committee (CD. 36) 
a 124; order passed to print 1,000 extra copies a 126 c 138; report 
assigned a 126-discussed, referred to committee of the whole a 128- 
136-discussed a 152, 153, 171-174, 196, 201-report committee of the 
whole (CD. 50) a 2o8-assigned a 226-discussed a 242-order passed 
to petition for amended charter a 24S-assigned c 251, 275, 291, 306; 
resolutions relative to (C.D.69) c 317; report assigned c 505, 545- 
laid over c 553-assigned c 6iS-discussed c 631, 632, 649-651, 669- 
677, 695-700-substitute resolve and orders adopted c 701-aiscussed, 
referred to next city council a 717-719 c 731 

1876, revision: draft referred a 13 c 16; so much of mayor's address as re- 

lates to referred c 29 a 32; report (C.D.101) c 676-discussion c 693, 
6gi ) ~Jirst order, referring general subject to next city council, 
passed c 696 a 747— second order, to petition for act relative to city 
debt discussed c 693,696, 709, 714-rejected c 714-motion to recon- 
sider lost c 740 — third order, relative to creation of boards of com- 
missioners, referred to next city council c 715 a 747 

1877, revision: so much of mayor's address as refers to referred c 26 

a 29-order to petition for change in section 41 referred c 816 a 820 
1879, revisions so mjch of mayor's address as relates to referred c 28 
a 34-call for report c 56S; order passed to petition for act c 29- 
tabled a 34-rejected a 72 
digest : order to consider expediency of preparing a 72 c 79-report, 
order passed to print c 137 a 140-report (C.D.62) a 364 

Charter street. 

1898, repairs : petition a 16 

1870, building : J. B. Hildreth a 132 

1872, nuisance : abated a 224, 25S 

1873, paving: petition a 3S2 

1874, edgestones : petition a 622 

1879, claims : Michael Finn a 30, c 40; P. Greeley a 204 c 212 

lamps: petition a 525-ordered a 705; petition a 613-refused a 705 

Charter-street School-house. 

1888, furniture and heating apparatus, ordered c 74 a 76 

additional land, order to consider expediency of purchasing a 28 c 2S 

Chatham row. 

1873, paving : petition a 350 

1874, paving: ordered 3342, 352 

Chatham street. 

1870, paving: petition a 132, 199-ordered a 220. 

1875, ice : petition for removal a 45, 62 

Chauncy place. 

1876, sewer : petition a 476 

1877, stable : J. H. Ailman a 505, 536 

Chauncy street. 

1889, buildings: N. Adams a 312; N. J. Bradlee a 94; I & H. M. Har 

mon a 161 ; G. W. Pope a 56; L. \Veisbein a ioij 
claims : E. A. dishing et ah. a 5 
1870, building : G. F. Meacham a 182 
crossing : petition a 75 
railroad : Metropolitan a 217, 220, 301, 302, 308, 313, 317, 336, 337, 

33S-3S4.358 
sewer : petition a 199-order of notice a 210, 212-order to build 

a 214-schedule etc. a 290 
1872, nuisance : abated a 224 

railroads : petition for removal of tracks a 362-order of notice 

a 37 2 > 398 
1873 , claim : S. L. Burkitt a 151 c 16S a 169 

extension : petition that building permits be refused on proposed 

line of c 30 a 33 
stationary engine : L. H. Tasker a 310, 325, 341 
widening : ordered a Si c S5 

1877, crossing : petition a 389 

1878, railroad: South Boston a 658, 661, 722 

1879, railroads: Metropolitan a 462; South Boston a 197 

Cheever court. 

1869, building : M. McLean a 241 

Chelsea. 



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1871, connection with Boston: order to consider expediency 

petitioning for repeal of act relating to c 3S0 a 382 

1872, highways : order to pay damages assessed for, referred a S7- 

report order rejected a 94 
widening street : J. W. Rollins petition payment land, etc. a 139- 
refused a 184 

1873, annexation to Boston : notice of petition for a 545 c 556 



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Chelsea, continued. 

annexation to Middlesex Co. : order to report on expediency 
of a 474, c 476-report (CD. 187) a 4S3-order passed to petition 
a 4S4, 495-tabled c 496-referred to next City Council c 571 a 575 

1875, poles : request for leave to erect a 6S3 c 691-permit a 717 c 726 
water contract : petition modification a 717, c 726 

1876, water contract : report on request for modification (change of 

reference) a 632 c 636 

1877, bridge s notice of petition for relief from maintaining- portion of 

a 602, 640 
187©, bridge: communication (C.D.6S) relative to maintenance of north- 
easterly draw and draw piers a 377-discussion, order passed 
authorizing agreements a 37S-discussed c 380-rejected c 395-motion 
to reconsider rejected c 400-committee of conference appointed 
a 424 c 428-report, orders passed authorizing agreement and to 
petition for ratification a 623 C629, 652-notice of acceptance 0684a 695 
water contract : request of water board for modification, 
referred c 337-report, order for conference a 461 c 465 

Chelsea bridge. 

1869, maintenance : notice relative to apportionment of expense a 31 ; 
committee authorized to appear before commissioners and protect 
interests of the city a 31 c 33; commissioners' award of expenses 
on account of freeing a 293 

1874, superintendent : request for ordinance to provide for election of 

a 8 c 10-ordinance reported a 360-passed a 371 c 406 423 
repairs : closed for a 225-ordered a 499 

1875, superintendents : Adam Bowlby, D. S. Lawrence, appointed 

a 37 ; annual report 34053 jc 11 
flats under : propositions for filling a 92 
poles : petition, fire department a 6S3-permit a 722 
repairs : ordered a 112, 269; additional appropriation authorized 

a 334 

1876, superintendents : Adam Bowlby, D. S. Lawrence, appointed 

a 80 ; annual report a 23 c 28 

claim : Charles Greenwood c 678 a 683 

rebuilding: mayor requested to petition for authority a 46050; 
appropriation a 115 c 121, 166; contract authorized a 312; order to 
release to, and procure releases, etc., from Boston & Lowell R.R., 
Nashua & Lowell R.R. and Mystic River Co. a 328-tabled a 329- 
passed a 339 c 342 — from Oriental Oil Co. a 687, 688 c 689 

repairs : petition a 23-ordered a 195 

1877, superintendents : nominated c 194 a 197; Adam Bowlby, D. S. 

Lawrence appointed a 252; annual report a 17 c 23 

building : David Richards a 533 

claim : J. A. Foster a 759 c 770 a 843 c 846 

maintenance : notice of petition of city of Chelsea to be relieved 
from a 602, 640 

railroad : Boston & Lowell permit to lay track across a 717 

rebuilding : order passed authorizing mayor to procure from, and 
make releases and agreements to and with the Boston & Lowell, 
& Nashua & Lowell R.R. Cos. Mystic River Corporation & Ori- 
ental Oil Co., and rescinding order passed in 1876 a 364-referred 
c 381-report, order in new draft c 479, 480-passed C497 a 506; order 
passed to rebuild a 413; order to close a 556; access granted to 
certain persons a 582 

1878, superintendents : Adam Bowlby, D. S. Lawrence, appointed a 85 
dredging : petition that channel at draw be dredged a 446 
tide-water displacement : assessment for a 272 

1879, superintendents : D. S. Lawrence, J. J. McCabe appointed a 

196; annual report a 14 c 19 

closing : ordered a 255 

northeasterly draw and draw piers : report (C.D.68) re- 
lative to repair and maintenance, order passed authorizing agree- 
ment with city of Chelsea a 377, 378-discussed c 380-rejected c 395- 
motion to reconsider rejected c 400-committee of conference 
appointed a 424 c 428-notice of appointment from city of Chelsea 
a 492-report, orders passed authorizing agreement, and to petition 
for ratification a 623 c 629, 652-notice of acceptance c 684 a 695 

poles: Telephone Despatch Co., petition a 692-permit a 757 

railroad crossings : Ocean Terminal Railway Co., order notice 
on petition for grade crossing a 472-hearing a 492-granted a 493; 
Boston & Lowell Railway Co., petition grade crossing a 622-notice 
a 661-hearing a 679-granted a 757 

widening : order passed to petition for authority a 742-referred to 
next city council c 748 a 755 

Chelsea Court. 

1878, building : Ellis & Co. a 381, 399 

Chelsea street, Charlestown. 

1875, paving : petition a 261-refused a 2S0 
sewer : petition a 574 

1876, lamps : petition a 550 
lantern : John McNulty a 576 

1877, paving : petition a 100 

stables: heirs D. J. Coburn a 432; M. Farel, a 317, 597; P. 
O'Reardon a 695, 708 

1878, paving : refused a 184 
stable : J. J. Keefe a 604, 641 

poles : fire department, petition a 500-permit a 517 

1879, claim : T. Hayes a 679 c 682, 686 a 695 
railroad : Middlesex a 540, 575, 598, 614, 744 

sewer : petition 341 5-order to build a 438-schedule, etc. a 679, 681 , 698 
square : See Henley st. 
stable : M. Holden a 525, 540 



Chelsea street, East Boston. 

1868, buildings : Catherine Barker a 8; John Sanderson a 65 
grading, etc. : petition a 29 

pipe : Alonzo Farrar a 60, 70 

1869, buildings : Philip Clark a 179; J. Downey a 143; J. F. & D.J. 

Haines a 134; M. H. Leonard a 267; J. McCormicka 94; J. Noonan 
a 114; J. Walsh a 219; Wilkinson, Carter & Co. a 261 

edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 118 

grade : established a 192 

grading: ordered a 192 

railroad : Winthrop a 196 

1870, buildings : Atlantic Works a 263; Kenney, Calder & Co. a 100; 

D. Sheehy a 294 
edgestones : ordered a 135, 191 
grading : Atlantic Works petition damages a 83 
gutters : ordered a 191 
sidewalks : ordered a 135 
stable : T. M. Sheffield a 326, 338 

1871, grading: ordered a 348; settlement damages : Smith Allen, pay- 

ment a 386,387 — Atlantic Works , petition a 319 — T. & M. Ather- 
ton, payment a 3S6, 3S7 — John Bissett, petition a 244-payment a 269 
— Edward Blake, payment a386, 387 — Timothy Connolly, petitiona 
241 — James Downing, petition a 167-payment a3i2,3i9 — John Hill, 
payment a 3S6, 387 — J. F. Marliavo, payment a 312, 319 — Joseph 
Marshall, petition a 229-payment a 362, 363 — Timothy McCar- 
thy, payment a 386, 387 — Susan Noyes, payment a 271, 272 — 
John Oakleaf, petition a 239-payment a 312, 319 — P. T. Pierce, 
A. B- Potter, Robert Sullivan, Richard White, payment a 386, 

387 , .... 

sidewalk: schedule, etc., a 40; petition raising a 319 

1872, boiler: Kidder, Vaughn, & Co. a 260, 281, 287 

grading : settlement damages : Atlantic works payment a 79, 85 — 
P. H. Barry, T. Connelly, payment a 133 — James Downing, refused 
a 257 — J. P. Morrison, petition a 68-payment a 185 

nuisance : abated a 164 

pipe : Kidder, Vaughan & Co. a 243, 253 

stable : P. H. Barry a 256, 292 

1873, building : Joseph Marshall c 4S5 a 489, 547 c 556 
paving: petition a 310 

sewer : petition a 26S ; order notice a 284, 288-to build a 302-sched- 

ule, etc. a 410, 419, 515 ; petition a 441 
sidewalk : petition a 545 

stables : Joseph Marshall a 545, 575 ; Michael Ryan a 353, 470 
stationary-engine : Benjamin Handall a 7S, 101, 127 

1874, edgestones, gutters : petition a 299-ordered a 342, 352, 490 
sewer : between Brooks and Prescott streets, order of notice a 194, 

203-to build a 213; between Brooks and Marion streets, petition 
a 4S3-order of notice a 499, 505-to build a 506; schedule, etc. a 
596, 600, 687, 708 

sidewalk : petition a 313-ordered a 490-schedule, etc. a 740 

stable : N. G. Simonds a 578, 628 

1875, buildings: M. Ellis & Co. a 261,280 
lamps : petition c 545 a 547 

sewer: assessments changed, E. Boston Co.-Keating a 375; peti- 
tion a 393-report no action a 456; schedule, etc. a 752, 763 

sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 21 ; petition a494~ordered a 687; heirs 
Hardy Leach, petition abatement a 5S-granted 895, m 

1876, buildings : M. Ellis & Co. a 421, 449, 492, 507 
pipes : Kidder, Vaughn, & Co. a 243, 299 
sewer : assessment changed, Page-Carroll a 101 
sidewalks : petition a 421-ordered a 449-schedule, etc. a 747 
stable : Maurice McKenna a 385, 433 

1877, buildings: Maverick Oil Co. 36570742 a 744; Pierce & Canter- 

bury a 795, 843 c 846 
crossing : petition a 317 
macadamizing, paving : petition a 703 
pipes : Maverick Oil Co. a 746 
sidewalk : petition a 611 
stable : P. H. Barry a 695, 784 
trees : removal a 41 

1878, building ; Kidder, Vaughn, & Co. c 669 a 675 c 703 a 711 
sidewalks : petition a 425, 601-ordered a 605; abatement assess- 
ments : M. F. Barry petition a i6S-abated a 230— Mary McLaughlin 
petition a iS3-abated a 252 

1879, buildings : Kidder, Vaughn, & Co. a 534 c 544 a 601 c 605; 

Maverick Oil Co. a 534 c 544 a 601 c 605 
pipe : Kidder, Vaughn, & Co. a 374, 393 

Chelsea-street Bridge. 

1868, opening: petition a 3 
repairs : ordered a 4 c 5 ; order to 

c 26-report, order passed c 36 

1869, superintendent : nominated a 

c 33 ; annual report a S 
claim: Daniel K. Wakefield a 304 c 308 

1870, superintendent : E. T. Stowers elected c 41 a 45 

1871, superintendent : E. T. Stowers elected a 44 c 53 

1872, superintendent : E. T. Stowers elected a 47 c 50; annual report 

a 8 c 10 
repairs : closed a 391 

1873, superintendent : E. T. Stowers elected a 45 c 60; annual report 

a 10 c 17 
draw : petition opening for passage of fire-boat a 63 
rebuilding: loan authorized a 162 c 164, 175; ordered 3201,223; 

closed a 223 

1874, superintendent: E. T. Stowers elected c 134 a 137; annual 

report a 8 c 10 



repair roadway a 21-referred 
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Chelsea-street Bridge, continued. 

1875, superintendent : nominated c 57 a 59-E. T. Stowers elected 

c 7S a 81 ; annual report a 4 c 5 
repairs : closed a 29S 

1876, superintendent : E. T. Stowers elected a 67 c 71 ; annual report 

a 12 c 16 a 23 c 2S 

1877, superintendent : nominated c 194 a 197-E. T. Stowers elected 

c 206 a 215 ; annual report a 9 c 13 

1878, superintendent: nominated c 122-E.T. Stowers elected a 127 

c 137; annual report a 10 c 12 

1879, superintendent : nominated c 137 a 140-discussed and recom- 

mitted a 140, 141 c 151-E. T. Stowers elected c 201 a 208; annual 
report a 14 c 19 
repairs : closed a 377 

Chemical Engines. (See Fire Department.) 

Cheney street. 

1878, sewers : assessment abated Patrick Kilmartin a 249 
Cherry street. 

1870, laying out and widening: order of notice a 269, 2S6-order 

passed a 331 
nuisance : abated am 

1871, claim : M. A. E. Phister a 39 c 41 

grading : payment estates taken, Eliza Cassell a 119 c 121, 123— 

Wm. S. Dexter a 390 c 391 
stable : Michael Davis a 229, 241 

1872, real estate : petition hearing relative to a 256 c 261 
sewer : discontinued a 31 

1877, grading: petition a 100 
lamps : petition a 100, 854 

Cherry street, Roxbury. 

1872, brook : petition removal of obstruction from a 264-refused a 292 
stable : remonstrance a 370 



1873, sewer : 

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1875, sewer 



petition a 196 

Thomas Connor a 40, 101, 180; J.J. McCarthy a 101, 515 
petition a 239-order of notice a 263, 27S-schedule a 717, 734 
1876, sewer : assessments abated : Andrew Barrett, James Coffee, Nelson 
Curtis, Michael Davis, Michael Kane's heirs, Frank Keenan, 
Thos. Lambert, John McDaniel, Patrick Myrick, Bart. O'Keefe, 
Patrick Shaughnessey, Thos. Whelan's heirs a 211, Thos. Kelly, 
a 537; assessments changed, Rooney-Mulligan a 101 

1878, building : Timothy Ahern a 479 

1879, improvements : petition a 613 
stables : B. Norton a 597, 615 

Chester avenue. 

1869, grading paving : petition in passage-way a 253 

lamps : petition a 241-ordered a 294 

laying out : order of notice a 165-hearing a 174-order passed to 

lay out, Boston Water Power Co's. old line to Columbus ave. 

a 264-Columbus ave. to B. & P. R.R. a 300 
name : hearings relative to a 147, 154, 162-Chester park and West 

Chester park so named a 164-portion between Shawmut ave. and 

Tremont st. named Chester sq. a 237; petition a 167 
sidewalks : petition a 167 

1870, grade : established a 22 

grading : petition a 17; ordered a 22, 23 

name : petitions a 32, 43 ; from Washington to Tremont st. named 
Chester sq., from Tremont st. to B. & P. R.R. named West 
Chester park, from Washington to Albany St., named Chester 
park a 71 

numbering : petition a 51 

Chester mall. 

1870, grading fencing : ordered a 214, c 215, 222 

Chester park. 

1868, extension : petition a 60-order passed to petition for authority a 67 

c 67 
paving : petition a 60 
■wall : petition removal a 26-ordered a 31 

1869, laying out : order of notice a 227, 242 

name : East Chester park named a 103; remonstrance against 
changing from Washington st. to Harrison ave. a 121; hearings 
on petitions for change a i2S-refused a 129; petition relative to 
naming and petition in aid a 134-remonstrances a 138; hearings 
a 145, 147, 154, 162; east of Washington st. named East Chester 
ave., Chester sq. and West Chester park named West Chester 
ave. a 164; portion between Shawmut ave. and Tremont st. named 
Chester sq. a 237 

1870, building : S. j. & G. Tuttle a 294 
fence and trees : petition a 107 

land : W. J. Parker a 229, c 234, a 275, c 280 
laying out and extension : report a 321 
name : petitions a 32, 43-named a 71 
sewer : order to build a 78 
stable : W. J. Parker a 223, 295 

1871, extension: order to petition for authority discussed c 42-referred 

c 47 a 50; remonstrance a 56 c 61-report a 71 
laying out: petition that city contribute toward plan of a 167; 
order to obtain estimates of cost discussed and tabled a 216-passed 
a 223 c 225-report (CD. 70) a 247-referred a 264 c 265-report 
(CD. 80) a 291, 29S-substitute order (C.D.83) a 322-discussed, 
passed a 333; specially assigned c 336-passed c 343 



218; B. F. Horn a 256 c 261 a 266 
c 135 a 163 c 167; Calvin Swallow 



Chester park, continued. 

1872, land : William Evans c 215 a 

c 270, 278; Thos. Lynch a 131 
a 99 c 104 a 124 c 127 
laying out : request a 1S3 c iSS-report, commissioners requested to 
lay out to Beacon st. a 302 c 308 

1873, claim : H. D. Green c 175 a 179, 198 c 203 

extension: resolve and order passed a 268 c 274; appropriation 
a 272; removal of obstructions ordered a 293; payment land, etc. 
Wm. Gray 3454; order to assume betterments in settlement with 
Wm. Gray, referred a 470 c 476-report, order passed a 483 c 485 

1875, bridges : over B. & Providence and B. & Albany railways, order 

to procure plans, etc. c 287 a 293; license to build over B. & A. 

R. a 308; petitions for a 574 c 590- report, order to build referred 

to finance committee a 624 c 625-report, order passed a 637 c 648, 

678 
edgestones, sidewalks : petitions a 493, 558-ordered a 533, 581 
extension : report on building abutments under N.Y. & N.E. 

R.R. tracks (CD. 123) c 701-order passed to provide means 

c 728-discussed and passed a 733, 734-report c 750-order passed 

to build c 768 a 774, 775 
grade : petition for a 203-order to furnish a 241 
surface drainage : petition improvement c 386 

1876, culvert : order to rebuild a 686 c 6S9 
edgestones : schedule, etc. a 33 
improvements : ordered a 576 c 597, 626 
retaining walls : petition a 76 

trees : removal a 184 

1877, building: W. R. Cavanagh a 695, 708 
drainage : Alden Speare petition damages a 223 c 228 
extension: request additional appropriation c 142 a 149-granted 

c 160 a 171 
grading: B. & Albany R.R. petition for track a 172; order passed 

to purchase estate of Lydia Ellis a 556, 557 c 567; sale of building 

authorized a 633 c 634 
grading, macadamizing, fences, plank-walk : ordered 

a 338 
railroad : Metropolitan a 759, 783, 837 
sewer : petition a 3S9 
sidewalk : petition a 551-ordered a 580 
stable : James B. Dow a 681, 726 

1878, bridge : order passed to contract for a 75S-discussed, passed c 772, 

773-motion to reconsider rejected c 776 

extension : order to consider expediency of changing line near 
Huntington ave. a 21 ; from Swell st. to Boston st., resolve and 
order (CD. 78) referred a 558 c 595-report, resolve and order passed 
a 624-discussed, assigned c 628-632-discussed, passed c 669-672- 
communication from city engineer c 671-finance committee re- 
quested to provide means a 624 c 672-motion to reconsider dis- 
cussed, rejected c 689, 690-appropriation order reported a 697- 
passed a 711 c 744, 773-motion to reconsider rejected c 776; from 
Albany st. to Sivett st., resolve and order passed a 758 c 773; order 
to charge damages to Roxbury Grammar school estate to ap- 
propriation a 723-rejected a 728; payment land, etc,, Oakes & 
Oliver Ames, Home Savings Bank a 712, 728, S. B. Pierce a 759, 
Roxbury Grammar school a 780 

line : order to report on change a 21 

railroads : Highland, Metropolitan a 318, 343, 397, 428 

repairs : ordered a 531, 548 

stable : M. S. Ayer a 303, 507 

watering : ordered a 230 

1879, buildings: J. Cavanagh & Son a 374, 393; George Curtis a 477 

C481 

laying out: payment land, etc., W. Booth a 705, J. Broderick 
a 184, 188, B. B. Converse, Wm. S. Dexter a 705, E. L Estabrook 
a 669, A. D. Hooper a 705, J. P. Robinson a 189, 195, Roxbury 
Gaslight Co. a 392, J. H. Sears a 184, 18S, O. Shepard a 108, 119; 
notices to quit a 377 

railroad: Metropolitan a 68, S8, 145, 193, 194, 256, 281, 305-307 
334, 613,661, 70S 

watering : ordered a 311 ; petition a 374 

Chester-park Bridge. 

1876, abutments : land purchased for a 139 c 140, 166 
grading : contract authorized a 310, 321 c 330, 345 

Chester square. 

1869,. name : petitions relative to a 134-named West Chester ave. a 164; 

between Shawmut ave. and Tremont st. named Chester sq. a 237 
1870, laying out: petition a 122 

name : petition change a 43-remonstrance a 58-from Washington 

to Tremont st., named Chester park a 71 
numbering : petition a 51-remonstrance a 58 

1875, drain : petition a 261-permit a 280 
pond : petition skating on a 703 c 713 

1876, lamps : petition a 603-ordered a 727 

Chester street. 

1870, building : A. Dexter a 93 
land : J. D. Roberts a 14 

1871, sidewalk : schedule, etc. a 45 

Chester street, Brighton. 

1877, improvements : petition a 361 
sewer : petition a 468 




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Chester street, Brighton, continued. 

1878, macadamizing : petition a 81 

sewer : order ofnotice a 325, 336-to build a 35i-schedule, etc. a 712, 

752 

1879, sewer : order of notice a 493 

Chestnut avenue. 

1877, name : petition a 744; Curtis st. and Chestnut St., W.R., so called 

a 821-remonstrance a 837-report no action a 854 

1878, edgestones : ordered a 290 
grading : petition a 126-ordered a 290 
gutters : ordered a 290 
sidewalks : petition a 446-ordered a 462 

1879, edgestones : ordered a 4So-petition a 511 
grade : established a 392 

Chestnut Hill avenue. 

1874, grading: S. Brooks, payment damages a 118, 136 
stables : S. Brooks a 482; C. B. Travis a 387, 415 
-widening: D. Scales et al., petition abatement assessment a 427- 

refused a 462 

1875, extension : National Bank of Brighton, payment land, etc. a 33 
sidewalk : petition a 267-ordered a 2S0 

1876, edgestones : ordered a 466 
sidewalks : ordered a 4S8 

square : at intersection of Rockland st., order relative to pur- 
chase referred c 549, 554 a 562-report, order to purchase referred to 
committee on finance a 589 c 597-report inexpedient c 741 a 747 

poles : Fire Commissioners a 701, 725 

■watering : ordered a 337 

1877, stable : Wm. White a 626, 646 
watering : petition a 334-ordered a 450 

1878, watering : ordered a 230 

1879, crosswalk : petition a 668 
edgestones : petition a 223-ordered a 438 
watering : ordered a 379 

Chestnut Hill reservoir. (See Water.) 

Chestnut place. 

1871, name : petition a i5S-named a 188 

Chestnut street. 

1869, trees : removal a 291, 299 

1870, buildings : N. J. Bradlee a 1S2; Rhei & Sayer a 171 ; Union Boat 

Club a 6; F. B. Winter a 14S 
trees : removal a 249 

1871, stable : Alsom Garcelon a 229, 233 

1872, stable : J. S. Moulton a 233, 236 
tree : removal a 291, 311 

1875, stationary engine : Chauncy Thomas a 637, 703, 768 

1878, signs : J. F. Pray a 425, 465, 564, 571 

Chestnut street, Charlestown. 

1875, tree : removal a 527, 551 

1879, square : cor. Henley, Chelsea, Wapping streets, see Henley st. 

Chestnut street, West Roxbury. 

1874, sidewalk: petition a 559 

stable : W. H. Forbes a 525, 545, 687, 707 

1875, sewer : petition a 507, 558-order notice a 517, 527 
stationary engine : Jamaica Pond Aqueduct Co. a 164, 220, 

250 

watering : petition a 267 
187©, edgestones : petition a 5S6-ordered a 605 

lamps : ordered a 727 

sewers : between Green st. and Chestnut pi., order of notice a 246, 
248-order to build a 263-schedule, etc., a 724, 747; between Boyls- 
ton st. and Chestnut pi., schedule, etc., a 724, 747 

1877, lamps : petition a 744, 763-report a 854 

name : petition change a 744-changed to Chestnut ave. a 821 
sewer : assessments abated: Margaret Sahenger a 226,660, Wm. 

Whitney's heirs a 660, B. W. Williams a 267 
sidewalk : petition a 44S 

1878, sidewalk : ordered a 462 

Chicago Conflagration. 

1871, resolution relative to a 2S7 

Chickatawbut street. 

1871, lamps : petition a 247 

1873, stable : Nathan Holbrook a 196, 209 

1876, surface water : J. G. Jewett refused damages a 295 c 303 

1878, lamps : petitions a 151, 56S-ordered a 752 

Chief Engineer, Fire Department. (See Fire Department.) 
Chief of Police. (See Police.) 

Child street. 

1875, building : R. W. Baker a 656, 665 

1876, stables : W. Leavy a 321, 355 ; S. S. Morrison a 550, 563 

1879, sewer : petition a 415-order ofnotice a 511-schedule, etc. a 673 

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Children, Neglected. (See also Truants.) 

1870, care of: petition Rufus Hllis for enforcement of act a 37 c 41-re- 
port ordinance passed a 133 c 13S, 146 

1872, care of: request to consider expediency of modfying ordinance 

c 279 a 281-report, request for modification a 299 c 411 

1873, care of: ordinance relative to passed a 19S, 207 c 214 

1878, care of: order relative to amending ordinance concerning a 44S 

C4S' 
complaints : under c 2S3 acts of 1866, truant-officers authorized to 
make, a 205, 5S2 

Children, Shooting of, South street. 

1870, message from mayor, placed on filec 215 

Chilson place. 

1872, extension : order to report expenses of c 121 a 123-report c 191 
a 192-referred a 236 c 247 

Chimneys. 

1869, nuisance from, petition abatement a 17 

Chimneys, Dangerous. 

1871, communication respecting, a 233 

Chinese Legation. 

1869, communication from a 241 c 248 

Christ's Church. 

1869, clock authorized in tower a 263 

1875, lights in steeple, ordered a 196 c 19S, 211 
commemorative services, invitation to attend c 211 

1876, historical tablet, order to procure c 679-discussed, passed c 691, 693- 

reconsidered, discussed, rejected c 738 a 747 

1877, tablet, order for appropriation a 762-passed a 763-discussed, re- 

committed c 789-792 a 795-report, order passed c 834 a 840; city 
architect authorized to place tablet c 849 a 853 

1878, tablet, order passed to change material a 151 c 155 

Christal James, Councilman, Ward 8. 

1879, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee to nominate superintendent of bridges 
c 11 ; ferries, surveyor's dept. 12; pay of laborers 651 ; monitor 56 

charges against : communication from city engineer's depart- 
ment relative to c 405 

remarks: joint rules and orders C23; ringing bells 45; victual- 
lers' licenses 46; city surveyor 79; city messenger So, 81; badges 
83, S4; city solicitor 96; holiday for city employes 102; 22d of 
February 114; superintendent of bridges 138, 201; superintendent 
of sewers 179; 4th of July 202; law department 218, 663; board of 
supply 219; incorporation of city hospital trustees 221; pay of 
laborers 252, 548, 562, 651 ; improved sewerage 274, 320, 321 ; appro- 
priation bill 291, 293,294; public grounds 315, 316, 344, 345,647; 
directors for public institutions 317; Burrill claim 353; hiring and 
discharging laborers 381, 382, 396, 397; numbering vehicles 
470; passageway from Tremont st. to Court sq. 475; laborers on 
improved sewerage 531 ; fire commissioner 5S2; trustee of public 
library 676; Baton sq. 6SS; proposed ferry foot of State st. 734 

Church court. 

1875, building : S. & D. Richards a 239, 264 

Church square, Dorchester. (See Eaton square.) 

Church street. 

Jones, Bros. & Co. a 261 ; P. 

-order of notice 



1869, buildings : B. F. Dewing a 261 ; F 

McAleer a 267 ; I . Murphy a 161 

1870, buildings : dangerous buildings reported a 



309; G. & C. Nowell a 156; 



a 297, 302-removal of wall ordered 
Union & Swift a 191 
land : J. Emerson a 12 c 16; M. Kenway a 163 c 16S 

1871, discontinuance : notice of a 307 

1872, discontinuance : James Teevan, petition damages a 233 
nuisance : abated a 201 

steps : removal ordered a 24 

1873, discontinuance : James Teevan refused damages a 140; portion 

released to B. & P. R.R. a 258 c 264, 274 
1877, building : M. Ellis & Co. a 594, 615 
mortar : Geo. Burwell a 483, 510 
stable : J. Geggis a 361, 392 

Church street, Brighton. 

1875, stable : John Brennan a 55S, 581 

Church street, Dorchester. 

1872, grade : petition a 152-established a 201 

1874, grading': petition a 539-ordered a 6SS, 695 

stables: A. B. Kenny a 46, 66; T. R. Kelwin (Ketween ?) a 136, 

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1876, widening : order to sell building a 367 c 373 
1879, grade : established a 743 

square : cor. Adams St., see Eaton sq. 

Church street, East Boston. 

1875, buildings : Ellis & Co. a 27S, 29S 

1876, buildings : James Burke a 3S5, 409; M. Ellis & Co. a 421, 449 

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Church-street district. 

1868, commissioners : authorized to pay for estates, etc. c 16 a 17; or- 
der increasing- salaries (CD. 117) a 41-tabled a 44-discussed, re- 
ferred to next city council a 62 c 63 

appropriation : additional granted (CD. 117) a 41, 44 c 45, 47 

buildings : Ferdinand St., petition removal a 54, 50; Shawmut 
ave. raising deferred a 57 ; Tremont St., petition raising to grade 
a54~original relative position restored c 52 

damages : order authorizing adjustment, passed a 41-tabled c 42 

streets: closed a 21; laying out and widening: see Berlin st., 
Church st., Columbus ave., Fayette st., Grenville pl., 
Jefferson st., Knox, Madison pl., Marion, Piedmont, 
Shawmut, South Cedar, and Tremont sts. 
I860, committee : appointed a 2 c 3 

commissioners: report on salary of, referred, a 25 c 26-report, 
c 34-salaries established, c 39 a 42; authorized to settle damages 
and reconvey estates, c 40 a 42; order passed authorizing mayor to 
discharge c i7S-rejected a 180-reconsidered, discussed, rejected 
a 1S2, 183; report of committee submitting final report of commis- 
sioners (CD. 95) a 243 c 257; order passed discharging commis- 
sioners a 254-discussed c 257-rejected c 265-reconsideration re- 
fused c 266-report accepted and order passed c 336, 337 a 339 

appropriations : requests for additional (C.D.4, 162) and loans 
authorized a 8 c 10, 15 a 148 c 152, 160 

1>ills : order relative to filing in equity c 62 a 66 

buildings : J. and W. R. Cavanagh petition investigation into 
award of contract for raising Tremont st. a i2S-referred a 132- 
report a 196 

claim : J. E. & N. Brown et al. a 326 c 332 

drainage : ordered c 100 a 102 

eclgestones. sidewalks : ordered a 92 c 93, 9S 

Lowry hydrants : order to consider expediency of furnishing 
c 46 a 48-report a 58 c 60-water board requested to furnish a 58- 
discussed and referred c 6S-report, order passed c S3 a 66 

sewer : ordered c 100 a 102 

streets 8 paving order a 92 c 93, 98 

1870, committee : appointed a 2 c 2-change in c 4 a 5-authorized to 

complete settlements c 155 a 15S; final report (CD. 125) a 359 c 361 
commissioner : mayor authorized to appoint c 4 a 5-Francis 

Richards appointed a 12 c 16-resignation a 141 c 146 
claims : J. E. & N. Brown, John Simmons a 143 
grading: settlement damages : A. A. Lang, petition a 26 c 30 — 

Chase Langmaid a 156 c 161-refused a 173 c 178; estate purchased 

D. Hurley a 159 c 161 ; reconveyance estates, J. Emerson petition 

a 12 c 16 — M. Kennedy petition a 163 c 16S 

1871, unfinished business : referred to committee on Sutfolk-st. dis- 

trict a 9 c 10; annual report (CD. 102) a 411 
commissioners : payment services c 228 a 229 
betterments : assumed on estates of C H. Bacon, John Blackie, 

C. A. Bodge, M. E. Brown, Moses Chase, David Cobb, S. B. 
Cram, heirs M. C. Cummings, C. K. Darling, M. F. Darling, J. 

D. Dunbar, R. H. Eddv, Emily Holmes, F. C. Lowell, heirs W. 
C. Martin, heirs E. Prescott, M. V. Randall, E. C. Shattuck, 
Francis Standish, Lucy Van Derlip, N. S. Wax a 12S 

1873, unfinished business : referred to committee on SufFolk-st. dis- 
trict a 9 c 10 
damages : Theresa Levi, petition payment c 182 a 184 

1873, unfinished business: referred to committee on Suffolk-st. dis- 

trict a 117 c iai, 137; annual report (CD. 136) a 548,565 c 569 
appropriation : additional, granted a 565 c 569 

1874, unfinished business : referred to committee on Northampton- 

st. district c 27, 32 a 37 
damages : request appropriation to pay amount recovered by E. M. 
Montague a 678 c 6S4-appropriation a 694, 695, 708, 710 c 725, 761 

1875, unfinished business : referred to committee on Northampton- 

st. district c 6 a 8 
damages : Mary Kingsbury, payment a 754 c 767 

1876, unfinished business : referred to committee on claims a 25 c 28 
damages : L. Y. Pierce petition payment c 51S c 523-payment 

c 643 a 650 
deeds : E. Page et al. petition c 9S a 100-granted c 130 a 134 
taxes : John Murphy, petition abatement a 366 c 373-granted a 537 

c 539; R. V. Thompson, petition abatement a 366 c 373-granted 

a 537 c 539 r 

referred a 10, c 13 

referred c 315 a 318 
referred c 47 a 4S 



motion to re- 
359-order rejected 



1877, unfinished business : 

1878, unfinished business : 

1879, unfinished business : 

Churches. 

1875, means of egress, examination of ordered, c 428 a 431 
1877, means of egress, order to report on changes c 315 

consider, discussed, tabled c 32S-rejecte 

a 363 
Circuit street. 

1869, building : Patrick Leach a iSS 
lamps : petition a 101 
laying out : petition a 281 

1870, acceptance : petition a 17 
building : J. Rock a 6 

laying out and widening : order of notice a 214, 223-report 

no action necessary a 365 
stable : J. H. Gardner a 135, 142 

1871, grade: established a 243 

grading: ordered a 269; petition damages, M. Linehan a 363; 
payment damages : James Guild a 340, 345 — Martin McCarty 
a 404 — Ellen Toomey a 349, 357 — Patrick Tracy 11 399 



Circuit street, continued. 

laying out and widening : payment land, etc. : James Guild, 
heirs of Samuel Guild a 332, 338 — heirs of Isaac Waterman a 365, 

373 
retaining wall : ordered a 269 
1873, grading : settlement damages : Geo. Bancroft, payment a 79 — 
Michael Donney, petition a 122 — C. B. Emerson, payment a 103 — 
Win. & Ann Flagg, payment a 79 — C W. Eaton, petition a 256- 
payment a 294, 297 — J. H. Gardner, payment a 164 — John Halloran, 
payment a 79 — Perd. Herman, petition a 256-payment a 294, 297 — 
Martin Linehan, refused a 94 — M. A. M. Newell, petitions a 63, 
256-payment a 294, 297 — P. O'Beirne, petition a 171 — C. B. Pratt, 
payment a 79 — E. A Tenney, petition a 297-pa}'ment 311, 319 — 
W. E. Woodward, petition a 68-payment a 79 

1873, grading: payment damages, Michael Downey a 1S1 — J. J. Wil- 

liams a 210 

1874, sewer : petition a 100-order of notice a 152-hearing, remonstrance 

a 164-order to build a 194-schedule, etc. a 596, 600; assessments 
abated, Patrick Fineron, Michael Kelly, Thomas Kelly, James 
Rock a 6S2, 687; collection postponed, Charles Hulbert a 70S, 715 

1875, edgestones, sidewalks, gutters: petition a 55S-ordered a 722 
sewer: assessments: Patrick O'Beirne, appeal a 19 — Ferdinand 

Herman, petition abatement a 29 — St. Joseph's church, E. A. Ten- 
ney, abated a 532 

1876, edgestones, sidewalks: assessments changed, Willis-Willis 

a 701 
sewer: assessment abated, St. Joseph's church a 139 
sidewalk : schedule, etc. a 511 

1877, sidewalk : P. O'Beirne petition abatement of tax a ico 

Circus. (See Amusements.) 

City Charter. (See Charter, City.) 

City Clerk. (See Clerk, City.) 

City Conveyancer. (See Law Department.) 

City Council. (See also Aldermen — Common Council.) 

1868, maps : order passed to furnish members with c 29 a 29 c 32 
unfinished business : referred c S4 

1869, organization: 1, 2 

badges : order to furnish c 16-number limited c 21 a 24-order 

relative to rejected c S3 
Cushing's manual : order to supply members withe 21-referred 

to committee on printing a 24 c 26-report and order passed in new 

draft a 51-read oncec 52-passed c 61 
excursion : committee appointed to arrange a 123 c 126, 133 
maps : members to be supplied with c 153 a 154 
proceedings : additional appropriation for printing c 77 a So; 

order passed to print c 153 a 154 
rules and orders : of iS6S adopted, committee appointed c 1 a2~ 

report, rules for 1S69 adopted c 3 a 5 
unfinished business : order to resume c 11 a 13; referred c 337 

il 339 
187©, organization : 1 

contracts : see Members. 

excursion : committee appointed to arrange for c 146, 153 a 15S 

invitations : to attend funeral George Peabody c 4 a 5; memorial 

day services a 107 c 118 a 134 
members : order passed authorizing contracts with c 99- referred 

a 101-report (C.D.57) c 139-ordinance passed c 146-tabled ai5o-dis- 

cussed, tabled a 166, 167; order to report ordinance prohibiting 

contracts rejected c 252, 262 
proceedings : contract for publication authorized a 134, 142 c 146, 

153; additional appropriation a 171 c 17S; order passed to bind 

and distribute c 363 a 365 
rules and orders : of 1869 adopted, committee to revise c 1 a 2- 

report, rules for 1S70 adopted C3 aj; amendment referred a 34 

c 35-report, amendment adopted c 41 a 45; amendment referred 

c 222 a 224 
unfinished business: order to resume 

a 365 

1871, organization: 1,2 

excursion : committee appointed to arrange for c 1S3, 191 a 197 
proceedings : order passed to print a 169, 175 c 1S2, 191 
refreshments : payment bills ordered a 73 c 75, S3 
rules and orders : of 1S70 adopted, committee appointed a 1 c 2- 

report, rules for 1S71 adopted C4 a 5 
unfinished business : order to resume c 2 a 5; referred c 4C9 

a 411 

1872, organization, 1, 2 

excursion : order passed to arrange for c 191, 194-tabled a 197-re- 

jected a 221 ; motion relative to ruled out a 232 
invitation : to attend memorial day services c 150 a 153 
proceedings: order passed to print a 177-amended, passed c 179, 

191 a 192; additional appropriation c 199 a 200 
rules and orders : of 1S71 adopted, committee appointed c 2 a 2- 

report, rules for 1S72 adopted c 4 a 6 
unfinished business : order to resume c 2 a S; referred c 426 

a 43' 

1873, organization : 1, 2 

invitations : to review Protestant association a 51 c 5q; to attend 
trial of Palmer's fire escape c 106; to Carney hospital fair c 155 
a 161 ; to attend memorial day services c 1S4 a 187; to dedication 
soldiers' monument, Mt. Hope cemetery a 420 c 424 

proceedings : order passed to advertise for proposals for print- 
ing a 196 c 203, 214; index ordered c 61 a 64 c 559 a 564 



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City Council, continued 

refreshments : order to allow members annual sum for a 35-dis- 
cussed, rejected a 42, 44; order passed to submit monthly state- 
ment of expenditures a 44-discussed, substitute order passed c 47, 
48-discussed, amended, passed a 53-55-non-concurred c 59-vote to 
adhere a 65-tabled c 69 

rules an«l orders : committee appointed c 2 a 3-report, rules for 
:S73 adopted c 5 a 7 

unfinished "business: order to resume c 2 a 10; referred c 571 

a 575 
1874, organization : 1, 2, 3 

conventions : resolution relative to, discussed, rejected c 234, 235 

invitations : to attend lecture N. P. Banks veteran corps a 36 
c 42; to witness parade Roman Catholic temperance societies 
a 525 c 533 ; to attend dedication Brighton branch library c 566 a 567 

proceedings : order authorizing additional expenditure for print- 
ing-, discussed, passed a 226, 227 c 228, 245 ; order passed to con- 
tract for reporting, etc. c 311, 325 a 339; petition Globe Publishing 
Co. for investigation into award of contract, special committee 
appointed a 369 c 385-report no action necessary a 491 c 511 ; me- 
morial from reporters relative to remarks of Mr. Shaw ot Ward 5 
c 406 a 409; order to bind and distribute c 764 a 767 

rules and orders : of 1873 adopted and committee appointed c 3 
a 3-report (C.D.S) rules tor 1S74 adopted a 7 c 10 

unfinished business : order to resume c 3 a 8; referred c 764 
a 767 
18755, organization : 1,2 

invitations : to attend Memorial day services c 175 a 189, 192 c 196 ; 
presentation of colors to 5th Maryland regiment a 349 c 353; 
lecture by A. W. Spates a 375 c 381 

proceedings: order passed to contract for printing c 327 a 333 ; 
order passed relative to contract c 36S, 370-rejected a 373-opinion 
city solicitor a 373; petitions leave to bid, Boston Daily Adver- 
tiser c 386 a 393-Boston Daily News, Boston Post a 393 c 399-re- 
port a 421 c 425 ; order to bind and distribute c 769 a 773 

rules and orders : of 1S74 adopted, committee appointed a 2 C2- 
report (CD. 14) a 15-rules tor 1875 adopted a 19 c 23 

unfinished business: order to resume c 3 a 4; referred c 769 

a 773 

1876, organization : 1 

books and papers : order authorizing purchase a 574-discussed, 

referred a 575-report a 661 c 671 
excursion : to Sudbury river c 505, 515, 516, 533 a 535 
invitation : to attend memorial day services a 213 c 218 a 249 c 255 
proceedings : order passed to advertise for proposals for printing 

a 295 c 303, 319; order passed to bind and distribute c 741 
room : assigned for use of members a 507 
rules and orders : of 1875 adopted c 5-committee appointed a 1 

c 5-report (CD. 7) c 6-rules for 1876 adopted c 16 a 23 
unfinished business : order to resume c 3; referred c 741 a 747 

1877, organization : 1 

excursion : order to arrange for visit to Sudbury-river conduit, 
discussed c 357-rejected c 409-reconsidered and passed c 430-mo- 
tion to reconsider rejected c 440- tabled a 457 passed a 477; order 
to invite sundry persons c 430, 4S0 a 490 

invitations : to attend Carney Hospital fair a 612 c 620; to attend 
memorial day services a 267 c 270, 324 

proceedings : order to print additional copies a 2 05; order to 
contract for printing tabled c 315-discussed, passed c 359, 360 
a 363 ; order passed to bind and distribute c S50 a 853 

refreshments : resolve that no wines, cigars, or lager be fur- 
nished at expense of city, c 638-discussed, passed c 653-amended 
to include carriages and passed a 65S- discussed, non-concurred 
c 673-675-discussed, indefinitely postponed a6S2-6S7; order to re- 
port in print copies of all bills discussed c 743-discussed, rejected 

c 773-775. S36 , . 

rules and orders: of 1S76 adopted, committee appointed to 
revise a 3 C4 a S-report, rules for 1S77 adopted aS c 13; order to 
report changes referred c 257 a 25S-report, amendments adopted 
a 279-discussed, substitute adopted c 2S9-292-discussed and in- 
definitely postponed a 318 

salaries : see Aldermen, Common Council. 

unfinished business: order to resume c 4 a 8; referred c S50 
aS53 

1878, organization : 1 

carriages : order to report ordinance regulating hiring c 16 a 17- 
report no action necessary c 164 a 16S 

convention : to receive portrait of Henry Wilson 423 

documents : to be furnished to members c ? a 8; police commis- 
sioners requested to make arrangements for distribution c 749 a 750- 
report of commissioners a 75S c 765; order to bind and distribute 
c 749 a 750; gift from Cabinet du Prefet de la Seine of Paris c 456 

excursions : order to arrange for visit to Sudbury river c 335-re- 
jectedc352; order passed to arrange for visit to Roxbury canal 

c 437 , 

explosive compounds : powers relative to transferred to en- 
gineers of fire department, ordinance reported a 2S9-passed a 303 

c 3C9 
invitations : *o attend memorial day services a 146 c 152 ; to visit 

Hon. R. Frothingham c 377 
members : order to petition for legislation lengthening terms of 

office and providing for payment of salaries tabled c 15-discussed, 

amended, rejected c 91, 93 
proceedings: order passed to contract for printing c 315 a33S; 

ordered to bind and distribute c 749 a 750 
public hearings : order that members be notified of, referred 

e3>5 a 3 ! S 



City Council, continued. 

records: order to report ordinance forbidding alteration of re- 
jected c 302-reconsidered, discussed, passed c 311, 312 a 318-report 
c 443 a 446 

rules and orders : of 1S77 adopted, committee appointed to 
revise a 1 c 2-report (CD. 5) c 4-discussed, amended, passed 
c 12-15-discussed, passed a 18 

unfinished business : order to resume c 3 a 8; referred c 777 
\ a 780 
1879 : organization : 1, 2, 3 

invitations : to review proc ession Catholic total abstinence 
society a 572 C582; to attend memorial-day services a 254 c 265 a 349 

C353 . „ 

proceedings : order passed to advertise for proposals for printing 
a 393-amended, passed c,. 395 a 402; contract with Boston Tran- 
script authorized a 424 c 42S ; petition that contract be awarded to 
paper having large circulation a 415-report no action necessary 
a 461 c 465; order passed to reprint minutes of 1S6S c 431 a 435; re- 
quest for use of more legible type c 361 a 364-report inexpedient 
c 39S a 402; order to bind and distribute c 751 a 755 

rules and orders : of 1S7S adopted, committee appointed c 4, 5 
a 3-report (C.D.6) c S-assigned c 9-discussed, amended, passed 
c 22, 26-discussed, amended, passed a 36, 39 c 40, 41 

schools etc. : order to petition for transfer of all power to school 
committee discussed a 550, 551-referred c 562-tabled a 571-re- 
ferred a 5Si-majority and minority reports tabled (C.D.10S) a 
616-motion to take from table a 627-majority report adopted 
a 671-assigned c 676-indefinitely postponed c 700-motion to re- 
consider tabled c 733-rejected c 751 

unfinished business : order to resume c 5 a 14; referred c 751 
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City Council. 

1879, decision on point of order, one branch cannot inquire into proceed- 
ings of the other c 440 

City Debt. (See Finance, Sinking Fund.) 

City Employees. (See Employees, City.) 

City Engineer. (See Engineer, City.) 

City Government. (See also Aldermen, City Council, Com- 
mon Council.) 

1868, bills : of persons connected with, payment authorized a 31 c 33 

a 44 c 45 a 81 c 84 

1869, bills : of persons connected with, payment authorized c 21 a 26 

c 46 a48 c 7S a 80 c 106 a 108 c 133 a 135 a 156 c 159 a 1S2, 197 c 19S 
a 227 c 229 a 264 c 265 a 295 c 296 

1870, bills : of persons connected with, payment authorized c 20, a 22,47, 

72 c 73, 99, 105, 140 a 143, 19S, 214 c 215 a 241, 249 c 250 a 290 c 291 
a 317 C3i8a 354 c 360 _ 

contracts : order passed authorizing contracts with members 
c 99-referred a 101-ordinance reported (C.D.57) c 139-passed 
c 146-tabled a 150-discussed, tabled a 166, 167; order to report ordi- 
nance prohibiting rejected c 252, 262 

1871, bills : of persons connected with, payment authorized c 24 a 27 a 52 

c 53 a Si C82 a 119 c 121, 122 a 125 c 155 a 200 c 201 a 235 c 237 a 245 
c 251, 315 a 319, 361 c 366, 405 
non-taxpayers: employed in departments, order to report names 
of c 73-substitute adopted n 71-amended and passed c 75-tabled 
a 80-passed a 109 
1873, bills : of persons connected with, payment authorized a 31 c 32 
a 56 c 57 a 94 c 96 c 120 a 123, 164 c 167, 199 a 200 c 208 a 212, 224 
c 231 a 241 c 247, 272 a 275, 410 c 413 

City Hall. 

1868, boilers : order to replace rejected c 16-reconsidered, discussed, 
recommitted c 19-report, order passed a 24 c 26 

elevators : report (CD 94) c 6-recommitted c 12 a 12-referred to 
next city council c 79 a So 

rooms : assign ment of c 79 a 80 

ventilation : order to introduce Robinson's system c 2-discussed 
passed c 5-tabled a 9 
1860, council chamber: order to report on ventilation ofc 03 a 66- 
report, order passed to contract with U.S. Ventilation Co. c 76 
a 80-report, order to pay contractors tabled c 152 -motion to take 
from table rejected c 252-order passed c 260 a 261 

elevator s report on subject of a 19^-order passed to contract with 
Otis Tufts a 195-discussed and rejected c 199 

lamp department : room assigned a 37 c 3S 

repairs : ordered c 127 a 129 
1876, elevator : order to report cost of a 151 c 153 

rooms : order to report on offices for city physician and city 
solicitor a '72 c 73, 77-report c S2 aS45 order passed to fit up for 
street commissioners a 349 c 360 

ventilation: order passed to open skylight c 147 a 150; order to 
report cost of better system a 151 c 153 . 
1871, elevator: order to consider expediency of putting in c 114 a 115- 
report, order for committee to visit other cities rejected c 192 ; order 
to contract for rejected C3i4-discussed, reconsidered, tabled C314- 
discussed, assigned c 372-discussed, rejected, reconsidered, tabled 
c 3So-discussed, rejected c 40S; petition leave to introduce Bray- 

. ton's ready motor a 3S7 c 391 

inspector of buildings : order to furnish office for c 342, 353 

a 35S, 375 c 378 



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City Hall, continued. 

repairs : authorized c 114, 122 a 125. 

school committee : additional accommodations to be furnished 

for c 204 
state aid office : remonstrance against removal a 382 c 391- 

order reconsidered and rejected c 393 
ventilatiog : order relative to c 114 a 115-report c 192 
1873, elevator: order passed to consider expediency of building c 11 

a 14-request for report c 121-tabled a 123-report, inexpedient c 135 

a 142 
iron shutters : ordered c 359 a 362 
rooms i assigned to department survey, etc., buildings a 46-super- 

intendent printing a 79 
tiled floors : order passed to lay in corridors a 162 c 167, 1S2 

1873, alterations : order passed to divide committee-room a 25-rejected 

c 29-mction to reconsider rejected c 39; order passed fit up room 
for sealers of weights and measures and clerks of board of health 
a 152 

enlargement : order to consider expediency discussed, passed 
c 286-rejected a 289; order passed to hire portion of Niles' block 
c 297-rejected a 301 -vote to adhere c 330 a 341-tabled c 346; order 
passed to hire building 23 Pemberton square a 301-non-concurred 
c 330-adhered a 341-tabled c 346 

fire protection : report on adopting Tobey's system a 315-or- 
dered a 316-tabled c 329-ordered c 362: stand pipe ordered a 327 

c 3 2 9. 34<5 . 

ventilation : order relative to opening skylights c iS 

1874, elevators : order to consider expediency of c ri3 a 115-report and 

order to erect c 145-tabled c 163-passed c 217-discussed, passed 

a 221,222-amended a 255 c 257 
heating apparatus : ordered a 461 c 464 
repairs, furniture, etc. : ordered c 26 a 29, 437 C439 
snow guards : order to provide c 27-rejected c 32 
steam pump: ordered a 500 c 511, 522; connection with stand 

pipe a 585 c 591 , 602 
ventilation : report on a435~discussed, recomrnitteda447, 448 C424 

1875, elevator: additional appropriation c 161, 175 a 1S9 
rooms : assigned a 438 

watch clock : ordered a 439 c 459, 472 

1876, council-chamber : order to consider expediency of lighting by 

electricity c 224 a 226-order to light c 420-tabled c 445-indefinitely 

postponed c 742 
engineer : S. M. Whorf paid salary due J. M. Whorf a 652 c 656 
rooms changed : school board, etc., to water board — water 

board to city engineer a 748 

1877, coiincil-chamlier : order relative to exclusion of visitors from 

ante-rooms, substitute rejected and order passed c6; order relative 
to better ventilation c 51 a 54-request for examination of c 221-re- 
port inexpedient to provide c 312-minority report and order dis- 
cussed c 312-314-minority report substituted for majority c 314- 
motion to substitute majority report lost a 438-recommitted 3438 
c 440-report referred a 472 c 478; transfer of appropriation author- 
ized a 491 c 494 

elevator : order to consider expediency of building second c 26 
a 29; order limiting use to city government on evenings ot meet- 
ings of common council rejected c 143 

furniture: ordered a 19, 29 

lighting : order to enquire and report on expedieney of using 
Walworth plan a 267 c 270 

loiterers : order relative to a 45-discussed, rejected a 54 

mayor and aldermen's room : Jennison Heating Co. petition 
to ventilate a 681 c 690 

repairs, etc. : ordered a 19, 29 

1878, closing: memorial day ordered a 306 c 308; 17th June ordered 

a 363 c 369 
council-chamber : double windows for, order rejected c 619 
repairs, furniture, etc. : ordered a 20, 22 c 31 

1879, closing: July 5, order tabled c 470; memorial day, ordered c 373 

a 376; 17th June, ordered c 401 a 402 
corridors : loud conversation prohibited a 2S2 
furniture, etc. : ordered a 35 c 40 
police detail : order to detail lieutenants instead of sergeants 

a 371-discussed, passed c 372, 373-ordinance passed c 3S5 a 3S7 
speaking tubes and hells : communication referred a 47S 

c 481-payment expense c 510 a 513 

City Hall, Charlestown. 

1874, Bunker Hill monument association : petition use of room 
a 15 c 23 
drawing school : petition that upper story be fitted up for c 145 

a 150-report, order passed a 341, 352 c 363, 385 
municipal court: alterations to accommodate ordered a 2S7, 300 
public library branch: accommodations ordered c 249, 257 
a 264 
1879, weather-vane : petition a 325 c 337-ordered a 423 c 42S, 440 

City Hall, Roxbury. 

1872, lock-up : order relative to providing c 18 a 22 
removing : order to consider expediency c 394 a 398 

school purposes : order passed to take estate for a 223, 227, 307- 

tabled c 3oS-passed c 328 
title to estate : settlement of action with Samuel Dudley a 258 

c 261, 270 

1873, sale : ordered a 231 c 234 

City Hall Reference Library. (See Library, Municipal.) 



City Hospital. (See Hospital, City.) 

City Hospital "Wharf. 

1874, lease : petition T. W. Carter for renewal c 10-cancelled and new 

one authorized a 30, 37 c 42 
rent : petition Stanley, Gore, & Co., abatement a 1S9 c 197-refused 
a 227 c 22S 
1877, lease : T. W. Carter petition cancellation a 657 c 669-granted a 796 
c So3~order amended c 829-non-concurred a S40-amended, passed 
c 846 a 853 

City Laborers. (See Laborers.) 

City Messenger. (See Messenger, City.) 

City Officers. (See Officers, City.) 

City Physician. (See Health.) 

City Point. 

1879, plank walks : petition a 325 

City Point Park. 

1879, communication from mayor transmitting plan from committee of City 
Point protective association, referred a 139 c 150-vote of thanks 
a 139 c 151-order to submit estimate of cost of land a 595 c 605 

City Point Protective Association. 

1879, plan of City Point park presented by a 139 c 150-vote of thanks 
a 139 c 151 

City Point School-house. 

1873, request for a 442 C449-report referred to next city council c 544 a 545 

1875, site, order to purchase on Fourth st. a 334-discussed, passed a 346, 

348-read once c 353-tabled c 366-motion to take from table rejected 
c 505-recommitted c 526 a 529-majority and minority reports, order 
passed to purchase a 766-indefinitely postponed c 767ft 

City Prison. (See Prison, City.) 

City Registrar. (See Births, Marriages, and Deaths.) 

City Solicitor. (See Law Department.) 

City Square. 

1875, improvement: petition a 633 c 64S 

sidewalk : petition a 680 

watering : petition a 27S, 298 c 299 
187©, bonfire : petition a 58S- refused a 588 

crossing : petition a 550-refused a 573 

mortar : E. Crosby &Co., a 25 
1877, railroad: Middlesex a 296, 321 
1879, claim : Michael Crowley a 641 c 646 

stable : R. P. Swallow a 692, 742 



(See Surveyor's Department.) 



City Surveyor. 

City Wharf. 

1870, building : order passed to erect for paving department a 231 c 234 

c 260; order passed to sell old buildings a s77-discussed, passed 
c 291, 292 
widening and extension : petition a 148 
1872, -widening : remonstrance c 75 a 77 

City "Wharf street. 

1871, paving: authorized a 245 

Claflin "William. 

1878, address on presenting portrait of Henry Wilson c 423 

Claflin place. 

1871, nuisance : abated a 21 

Claims. (For invalid tax titles, see Taxes.) 

1868, petitions, settlements, etc. : 

Bernard & Kane : damages widening Tremont St., petition a 27 

c 28-refused c 42 
Berrell, P H. : impaired drainage, petition c 26 a 26 
Cogan, W. F. : injury to horse, Second St., petition a 4 c 5 
De Ribas, A. L. : personal injuries, petition c 36 a 37-refused a 46 

c 47 
Donavan, C. &J. : impaired drainage, Middlesex and Village sts., 

petition a 45 c 47-refused a 70 c 72 
Dyer, Micah, Jr. : injuries to horse, Norfolk ave., refused a 46C47 
Ellis, H. F. : personal injuries, petition a 22 c 25 
Fiske, R. E. : personal injuries, petition a 40 C42-p:>ymc*it c 77 a So 
German Catholic Church: impaired drainage, Suffolk St., 

petition a 82 c 84 
Gilbert, James : personal injuries, Water St., petition a 60 c 63 
Haggarty, T. F.: impaired drainage, Castle, etc. sts., petition a 45 

c 47-refused a 70 c 72 
Harrod, A. M. : personal injuries, petition c6aS-refused a 30 c 32 
Hayes, Ellen : impaired drainage, Castle, etc. sts., petition a 45 

c 47-refused a 70 c 72 









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Claims, continued. 

Holbrook, M. A. : impaired drainage, Village St., petition a 69 C72 

Kenny, Neil : personal injuries, refused a 30 c 32 

Loring, Braddock : impaired drainage, Castle, etc. sts., petition 

a 45 c 47-refused a 45 c 47 
Paine, T. D. : personal injuries, Orleans St., petition c 47 351- 

refused a c,a c 63 
Poland, W. C. : payment use wharf property, South Bay, petition 

c 6 a 8-refused a 59 c 63 
Pratt, Jairus et ux.: grade damages, Eutaw St., petition a 76 c 77 
Simonds, E. M. : payment as usher grammar school, petition 

a 44 c 46-refused a 70 c 72 

1869, committee : appointed a 5 c 10 

ordinance : relative to committee on (C.D.99) adopted c 25S a 262 
petitions, settlements, etc. : 

Azarian, Joseph : damages to property, obstruction Beacon St., 
petition a 134 c 137 

Burrill, Charles : memorial of a 41-city solicitor's opinion re- 
quested a 41-opinion received a 4S-petition and papers referred 
to committee a 125 c 126-order of inquiry relative to c 142 a 145- 
report (C.D.98) a 316 c 322-cIaim considered a 318, 320-order to 
pay rejected a 320-report accepted a32S c 332; George B. Upton 
et at., petition in aid of a S4 

Caples, C. V. : personal injuries, Canal st., petition a 173 c 176- 
refused a 304 c 30S 

Cosgrove, Catherine: personal injuries, Merrimac St., petition 
a 194 c 198 

Ellis, C. F. : personal injuries, Winter st., petition c 54 a 57-pay- 
ment a 136 c 137, 141 

Fitzpatrick, Michael: personal injuries, Fleet st., petition 
a iSS c i9S-refused a 274 c 27S 

Gould, T. W. : personal injuries, Court St., petition c 177 a 180- 
refused a 205 c 207 

Kenrick, W. A. : labor on draw of Dover-st. bridge, 1S66, peti- 
tion a 114 c 119 

King, G. M. : damages to hack, Chester sq., petition a 88 c 92 

Lennon, John : personal injuries, Common, petition a 232 c 238- 
refused a 304 c 30S 

McCarthy, Charles : personal injuries by fire-alarm apparatus, 
petition a 56 c 60-refused a 124 c 126 

McCarthy', Jeremiah: personal injuries to son, Thacher St., 
petition a 35 c 3S-refused a So c 82 

McGill, John : damages to house by gale, petition a 213 c 217 

Morse, S. B. & M. M. : personal injuries, Webster St., petition 
a 132 c 132-payment a 205 c 207, 217 

Nicks, Sarah : personal injuries, Kennard ave., petition a 134 c 137 

O'Brien, Bridget : personal injuries, Hamilton St., petition a 22 
c 26 

O'Driscoll, Ann : personal injuries, petition a 29S c 302 

O'Malley, Maria : personal injuries, Harrison ave., petition a 2S 
c 32-refused a 80 c 82 

Phillips, H. A. : personal injuries, W. F. Phillips, petition c 54 

a 57 
Pierce, John: damages to wagon, Commercial St., petition a 267 

c 272 
Pote, J. H., and Frost, O. : damages to lot, Seaver St., petition 

c 21 a 23-refused a 66 c 68 
Pratt, Jairus et als : grade damages, Eutaw St., petition a 132 

c 132 
Richardson, T : that claim for land taken, Federal St., be ad- 
justed by reference, petition a 261-refused a 264 
Sands, James : injuries to horse, Beacon st., petition a 202 c 207 
Sanford, E. A. : damages by alteration of sewer, Middlesex St., 

petition c 120 a 123 
Stanton, Patrick F. : injuries to self and wagon, Grove Hall 

ave., petition a 306 c 308 
Stratton, Mary - : personal injuries, Tremont St., petition a 41 

c 45-refused a So c S2 
Sullivan, Catharine : injuries to son, Oliver-st. bridge, petition 

a 56 c 60 
Train, W. G. : injuries to horse, Winthrop St., petition c 265 a 26S 
Wakefield, D. K. : injuries to self and sleigh, Chelsea-st. bridge, 

petition a 304 c 308 
Warnock, Rachel and sister : injuries to father, Washington 

st. petition a 179 c 198-refused a 263 c 265 
Welsh, Abbie : personal injuries, Court st., petition a 22 c 26 

1870, committee : appointed a 5 c 10 
petitions, settlements, etc. : 

Adams, Moses : personal injuries, Faneuil Hall sq., petition c 61 
a 64 

Barrett, Augustus : personal injuries, Commercial st., petition 
c 16 a 17 

Beatty, Vincent: personal injuries, Kendall St., petition c 115 
a 117 

Burrill, Charles : petition that claim be referred to referees, 
and petition in aid of referred to special committee a 21-referred 
to committee on claims c 25-non-concurred a 27-adhered c 30— 
concurred a 33 ; report, order to refer to arbitrators a 101-assigned 
a 109-tabled a 119-discussed, assigned a 127, 128-discussed, order 
to pay $40,000 substituted and passed a 136, 137-discussed c 138- 
tabled c 146-communication from J. W. LeBarnes c 146-order 
discussed, rejected c 153, 155-reconsidered, rejected c 162-vote to 
adhere, committee of conference, appointed a 165-discussed, as- 
signed c i6S-referred to joint special committee c 179 a 181- 
report order to pay $40,000, discussed, passed a 185, iS6-rejected 
c ]S9-reconsidered, discussed, passed C204, 205-motion to recon- 
sider, rejected c 215 



CLAIMS 



Claims, continued. 

Davis & Parmenter : injury to horse, Causeway St., petition 

a 223 c 227 
Decatur, D. F. : injuries to horse and vehicle, Parker St., petition 

c 22S-refused a 309 c 318 
Demorest, Mme. : damages by water department, petition a 302 

c 306-refused a 322 c 324 
Dooley, Anastasia : personal injuries by police-officer, petition 

a 191 c 203-refused a 247 c 250 
Driscoll, Patrick: injury to son, carelessness policeman, pe- 
tition a 206 c 215-refused a 309 c 318 
Eaton, Wm. D.: personal injuries, School st., petition a 195c 203 
Emery, G. A. : injury to horse, Cabot St., petition c 161 a 164 
Fitzgerald, J. : damage to building, payment c 260 
Ford, C. R. : personal injury, Bremen St., petition a 211 c 215- 
refused a 265 c 270 
Fortune, Wm. : personal injury, Congress St., petition a 100 c 104 
Foster, Chas. M. : damages, closing house by board of health, 

petition a 2S5 c 291 
Furlong Patrick : personal injuries, house of correction, peti- 
tion a 302 c 306-refused a 327 c 333 
Griffin, M. A.: personal injuries, Harrison ave., petition c 204 

a 207 
Habel, Louis : personal injuries, assisting policeman, petition 

a 211 c 215 
Hall, E. W. : personal injuries, Kirkland St., petition a 223 c 227- 

refused a 309 c 318 
Harriman, Adelia : personal injuries, Prince St., petition c 244 

a 246 
Harris, M. A. : personal injuries, Northampton St., petition 

a 93 c 98-payment a 201 c 203 
Hardy, Harold : injury to horse, Cabot St., petition c 161 a 164 
Haywood, M. A. : personal injuries, Lenox St., petition a 326 C333 
Hovey, A. E. : personal injuries, Federal St., petition a 132 c 13S- 

retused a 150 c 153 
Knapp, O. S., injury to horse, India St., petition c 61 a ^4 
Kennefic, J. W. : personal injuries, Devonshire St., petition c 121 

a 123-refused a 1S6 c iSS 
Lagan, Michael : injury to wife, Tremont st., petition a 5S c 61 
Lavin, Margaret: personal injuries, ferry-boat, petition a 217 

c 222-referred to directors a 247 c 250 
Leary, Jeremiah : personal injuries, Broadway, petition a 26, 

46, c 48 
Litchfield, C. L. : damage to carriage by city team, petition 

a 253 c 260-refused a 322 c 324 
Lyons, Mary : personal injuries, State St., petition a 93 c 98 
McDonnell, Dennis : damage by sewer, Ninth St., petition 3273 

c 2So-refused a 33S c 346 
McDonald, M. J., personal injuries, Village st., petition c 36 a 37- 

refused a 71 c 73 
McSheen, G. P. : injury to son by policeman, refused a 309 c 318 
Morgan, Patrick : injury to horse, First St., petition a294C2gS- 

refused a 322 c 324 
Murray, Margaret : injury to husband, petition a 43 c 48 
Nelson, Barnard: injury to wife, South Market St., petition 

a 116 c 121-refused a 186 c 1S8 
O'Brien, M. A. : personal injury, Dorchester ave., payment a 359 

c 360 
Perry-, F. A. : damage to house, Paris St., a 21 c 25 
Prentiss, T. M. : personal injury, Dudley St., petition c 104 a 109 
" Romek, John" : owners of, damages, collision with police-boat, 

petition a 237 c 242 
Rooney, Hannah : personal injuries, F. H. Market, petition a 195 

c 203 
Sargent A. E. : personal injuries, Tremont row, petition a 75 

c8o 
Souther, J. T. : services superintendent bath-houses, petition 

a 302 c 306-refused a 338 c 346 
Springer, S. : injury to child, Fayette St., petition a 199 c 203 
Smith, Eunice : loss of husband, killed in fire department, peti- 
tion a 43 c 48 
Swan, S. H. M. : personal injuries, Winthrop st., petition c 104 

a 109-payment a 150 c 173 
Toland, John : personal injuries, Broadway, petition a 219 c 222- 

refused a 309 c 31S 
Veazie, W. F. : use of wharf, Warren bridge, petition 3331 c 333- 

refused a 33S c 346 
Williams, S. E. : personal injuries, Hanover St., petition c 319 

a 321 
Withington, W. C. : damage to wagon, Green St., Dorchester, 

petition a 191 c 203 
Woodman, B. P. : personal injuries, Milk st. : petition a 70 c 73- 

refused a 101 c 104 
Wortman, W. B. : damage to awning, petition a 273 c 280-re- 

fused a 309 c 3 1 S 
1871, committee : appointed a 5 c 10 
petitions, settlements, etc. s 
Astin, Ann : personal injuries, Kneeiand st., petition c 313 a 319- 

payment c 370, 37S a 3S2 
Bikd, J. H. : loss of horse, Pacific St., petition a 357 c 366 
Boston Drug Mills : flooding Back Bay, petition a 244 c 251 
Bradford & Young: injury to horse, Broadway bridge, petition 

a 261 c 265 
Brash, Peter: personal injuries, Merrimac St., petition a 38 



c 4 i 



-refused a 66 c 70 



Burgess, H. C. : services furnishing men on quota of Boston, pe- 
tition a 363 c 369 



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CLAIMS 



Claims, continued. 



Burrii.l, Charles : services furnishing men on quota of Boston, 
order to pay $40,000 referred a 138 c 139-report, order in new 
draft a i6S-'discussed, tabled a 175-177; opinion city solicitor 
requested a 177; order to pay assigned «i 28i-tahled a 291-dis- 
cussed, rejected a 309, 312-reconsidered, tabled a 322-order 
passed to pay $40,000 a i,t 2-discussed, rejected c 379, 380-recon- 
sidered, tabled c 394-rejected c 40S; petition that claim be left to 
arbitration, refused c 227 a 240 c 251-report, inexpedient a 291 ; 
petition H. C. Burgess relative to a 363 c 369 

Cahill, John : loss of son, Boylston scnoolhouse fence, petition 
a 27S c 2S3-refused a 339 c 341 

Covell, V. H. : personal injuries, Marshall St., petition a 18 c 23- 
refused a 151 c 154; payment a 269, 272 c 274 

Crowley, Timothy : personal injuries, Summer St., petition a 49 
c 53- refused a 100 c 103 

Daley, D. F. : injuries received in line of duty, petition c 86 a SS- 
change of reference c 114-payment a iji, 159 

Desgkandchamps, Amelia: personal injuries, Boylston sq., pe- 
tition a 5 c 10-refused a 2S c 30 

Dunham, S. R. : personal injuries, Howard St., petition C325 a 327 

Durkee, R. A. : personal injuries, Broadway, petition c 4 a 14 

Eldridge, J. T, : personal injuries, hook and ladder carriage, 
petition a 134 c 139 

Eldridge, S. R. : personal injuries, Howard St., petition c 407 
a 411 

Faikchilds, C. A. : personal injuries, Beacon St., petition a 43 
c 46-refused a 100 c 103 

Freeland, Beard, & Co : compensation, goods destroyed by 
fire at house of correction, petition a 79 c 82-report, order to pay 
a 151-discussed, passed a 159, i6c-motionto reconsider discussed, 
rejected a 163, 164-discussed, tabled c iS2-discussed, amended, 
passed c 193, 194-motion to reconsider discussed, rejected c 201, 
203-tabled a 205-assigned a 377-discussecl, tabled, directors 
public institutions requested to iurnish information a 382-report 
a 3S8-non-concurrence in amendment a 3S9-vote to recede, order 
passed c 392 

Freeman, Elizabeth: personal injuries, Dorchester ave., peti- 
tion a 56 c 61-refused a 11S c 121 

Gay, G. H. : personal injuries, Columbus ave., petition a 79 c 82- 
refused a 100 c 103 

Griffin, Catherine: personal injuries, Atlantic ave., petition 
a 252 c 256-refused a 339 c 341 

Hagan, Owen : personal injuries, Meridian-st. bridge, petition 
c 2S6 a 2S8-refused a 308 c 313 

Hake, John: injuries to son by steam-fire engine, order to pay 
referred c 37 a 3S-report, order passed c 47 a 50 

Hawley, Folsom, & Martin: compensation goods destroyed 
by fire at house. of correction, petition a 79 c S2-refused a 151; 
order to pay c iS2-discussed, passed c 193, 194-motion to recon- 
sider discussed, rejected c 201 -203-tabled a 205-assig-ned a 377- 
disc-ussed, tabled a 3S2-rejected a 3S9 

IIakriman, Adelia: personal injuries, Prince St., petition c 42 
a 43-refused a 11S c 121 

Jones, J. Sidney : personal injuries, line of duty, fire department, 
petition c 71 a 71 

Keefe, Michael: injury to daughter, Friend St., petition c 172 

a J 77 
Kelley, Timothy: personal injuries, Common, petition a 174 

c 182 
Kelly, Thomas : personal injuries, Tremont-st. bridge, petition 

a 387 c 39 1 
Kendall, Elizabeth: personal injuries, Music Hall, petition 

a 395 c 4°5 
Litchfield, C. L. : damage to carriage, Broad St., petition a 49 

c 53 

Littleton, T- H. : personal injuries, line of duty, fire depart- 
ment, petition c 2S6 a 2SS-change ot reference c 370 a 373 

McAlisier, Henry : damage to horse and sleigh, Causeway St., 
petition a 43 c 46 

McCarthy, James: injury to horse, Federal St., petition a 261 
c 265 

McGlynn, James: death of son, cruel treatment of teacher in 
Dwight school, petition a 38 c 41-refused a 66 c 70 

March Bros., Pierce, & Co. : compensation, goods destroyed 
by fire, house of correction, petition a 79 c S2-refused a 151; 
order to pay c 182-discussed, passed c 193, 194-motion to recon- 
sider discussed, rejected c 201-203 -tabled a 205-assigned 3377- 
discussed, tabled a 382-rejected a 3S9 

Neuert, C. A. : personal injuries, telegraph wire, Tremont St., 
petition a 3S2 c 391 

Noyes, S. A.: death of husband in police department, petition 
a 5 c 10 

Osborne, E. : injury to horse, Harrison ave., petition a 247 c 251- 
refused a 221 c 293 

Pay'SON, Elizabeth: personal injuries, Cambridge St., petition 
a 221 c 225-refused a 30S c 313 

Peck, John : personal injuries, Washington st., petition a 12-re- 
tused a 2S c 30 

Philter, M. A. C. : personal injuries, Cherry St., petition c 11 
a 14-retused a 39 c 41 

Presby', K.. & Co.: injury to horse, Broadway bridge, petition 

a 33° c 336 „ 

Roden, P. H. : articles stolen during fire, petition a 43 c 46 
Romer, John, steamboat: damage by obstruction in harbor, 

petition of owners a 26S c 274-refused a 345 
Ross, S. B.: personal injuries, line of duty, police department 



CLAIMS 



Claims, continued. 



petition a 87-change of reference a 100 c 103-pension allowed 
a 136, 142 c 146 

Russell, C. A. C. : personal injuries, Wilson's lane, petition a 25 
c 30-refused a 66 c 70 

Simons, Bros., & Co.: compensation, goods destroyed by fire, 
house of correction, petition a 79 c S2-refused a 151; order to 
pay c 182-discussed, passed c 193, 194-motion to reconsider dis- 
cussed, rejected c 201 -203-tabled a 205-assigned a 377-discussed, 
tabled a 382-rejected a 389 

Trafton, H. L. : personal injuries, Summer St., petition a 49 
c 53-refused a 168 c 170 

Traill, Grace : damage to chimney by fire-alarm wire, petition 
a 71 c 75 

Winsor, Thomas: detention to tugboat at draw of Federal-st. 
bridge, petition a 32 c 36-refused a 69 

Yabsley George : personal injuries, W. Cedar St., petition c 131 



135- 



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1872, committee : appointed a 6 c 10; change in a 14 c 16 
petitions, settlements, etc. : 

Adams, M. L. : personal injuries, Tremont St., petition a 203 c 207- 
retused a 22S c 231 

Andrews, M. A. : personal injuries, Boston St., petition c 105 
a 107 

Ballenttne, Catherine: personal injuries, Adams place, peti- 
tion c 215 a 2iS-refused a 257 c 261 

Benton, E. A. : personal injuries, Fourth St., petition a 107 c no 

Bird, J. H. : loss of horse, Pacific St., refused c 44 a 45 

Bonner, Dennis : injuries to wife, Prince St., petition c 97 a 101- 
refused a 236 c 247 

Brady', Philip: personal injuries, Harrison ave., petition c 120- 
a 123-payment a 376 c 379, 393 

Burrill, Charles: services filling quota of Boston, motion to 
include payment of claim in appropriation bill rejected c 90; 
petition H. W. Paine, assignee, for payment of c 97 a 101-com- 
mittee authorized to report in print c 150 a 153-majority and 
minority reports (C.D.53) c 159-assigned c 170-discussed c 179- 
181-order to pay rejected c 182-reconsidered, assigned c 191, 
394-discussed c 415, 416-rejected c 42S 

Burns, John & Matilda: personal injuries, Broadway, petition 
a 197 c 199 

Buntin, Alonzo : damage by gunpowder, petition a 362 c 365- 
change of reference a 376 c 379 

Bugbee, D. W. : personal injuries, Dorchester ave., petition a 3S4 

c 39 2 
Brown, Wm. : personal injuries, N. Market St., petition a 222 

C231 
Cooley', Aaron, et ux. : personal injuries, Lenox St., petition 

a 99 c 104 
Ckombie, H. E. : personal injuries, petition c 373 a 375 
Cronin, Michael: injuries to child, explosion fireworks, July 

4th, petition c 290 a 291-reiused a 305 c 308 
Curtis, George: location, small-pox hospital, petition a 21S- 

change of reference a 228-110 action necessary a 244 c 247 
Daley, D. S. : sickness while in police service, petition a 37 c 43- 

payment a 7S c So, 89 
Derby', Agnes : personal injuries, Broadway, petition a 297 C308- 

payment a 407 c 413 
Desmond, Michael : personal injuries, Broadway, petition 

a 222 c 231-refused a 257 c 261 
Donnelly, John : use of property by fire department, petition 

c 359 a 362 ... 

Donnelley, P. E. : injuries to horse, North St., petition a 249 

c 254-refused a 275 c 27S 
Duncan, Mary : personal injuries, Maverick St., petition a 152 

c 158-refused c 216 a 218 
Duncklee, H. L. : loss of horse, Shawmut ave., petition c 53 

a 55-refused a 70 c 76 
Dunham, Josiah : services rendered, petition a 12 c 16 
Dyer, George L. & Co. : damages by gunpowder, petition 

a 362 c 365-change of reference a 376 c 379 
Ellis, Lydia : Hooding property on Bacic Bay, petition a 222- 

change of reference a 229 c 231-refused a 305 c 30S 
Emerson, G. B.: damage to vehicle, Bremen St., petition a 203 

c 207-refused a 257 c 261 
English, Philip : injury to horse, Marion St., petition a 107 c no- 
refused a 154 c 158 
Flagg, J. D. : damage by gunpowder, petition a. $62 c 365-change 

of reference a 376 c 379 
Flagg, J. H. : damage by gunpowder, petition a 362 c 365- 
change of reference a 376 c 379 
French, Z. H. : damage to norse and vehicle, collision with 

city watering-cart, petition c 207 a 212 
Goodwillie, W. S. : damage by gunpowder, petition a 362 

c 365-change of relerence a 376 c 379 
Gore, M. A. B. : personal injuries, fyler-st. school-yard, petition 

a 200 c 207-refused a 223 c 231 
Gray", F. L. : personal injuries. Green st., petition a 210 c 215 
Haley', Nancy, heirs of: relief under Bullman will, petition 

a 203 c 207-payment a 407 c 413, 426 
Holliday, Wm.: damage by hooding Back Bay, petition a 227 

c 231-refused a 305 c 308 
Hall, Leonard : loss of horse, Park square, petition a 375 c 379 
Hamilton & McNeal : damage by gunpowder, petition a 302 

c 365-change of reference a 370 c 379 
Hardy & Kimball: damage by gunpowder, petition a363 c 365- 
change of reference a 376 c 379 



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CLAIMS 



Claims, continued. 

Hodgdon, J. G. : injury to horse, Broadway bridge, petition a 37 

Johnson, C. E., & Co. : damage by gunpowder, petition a 362 
c 365-change of reference a 376 c 370 

Jorgenson, M. L. : damage by gunpowder, petition a 362 c 365- 
change of reference a 376 c 379 

Kelly, Thomas : personal injuries, Tremont-st. bridge, refused 

C44 a 45 
King, M. A. : damage to wagon, Centre St., petition a 233 c 247- 

refused a 257 c 261 
Leary, Nicholas: personal injuries, explosion fireworks, July 

4, petition a 233 c 247-refused a 275 c 27S 
Lecrau, D. R. : damage to property, extension of sewer, petition 

a 68 c 74-payment c 279, 296 a 301 
Libby, B. C. : injuries to son, ice from Chapman school-house 

roof, petition a 55 c 57-report, leave to withdraw, accepted a 123 

c 127-reconsidered, substitute order, recommitted c 151-tabled 

a 153-report accepted c 15S; order to pay c 170-passed c 1S2 a 1S4 
Lloyd, John : personal injuries, Federal-st. bridge, petition a28o 

c 290 
Locke, Lyman : personal injuries, Pleasant St., petition a 256 

c 261 
Lowell, J. A. : interest, communication from city treasurer a 55 

c 57 
Lunt, A. M. : damages by gunpowder a 362 c 365-change of ref- 
erence a 376 c 379 
Lynch, M. F. : loss of horse, Dorchester ave., petition a 354 c 35S 
McKenney, J. E. : injury to horse, State st., petition a 264 c 270 
Moody, J. H. : damage to wagon, Green-st. bridge, petition a 113 

c 118-refused a 281 c 290 
Mulvin, Hannah : personal injuries, Fifth St., petition a 77 c So- 
pay ment a 184 c 1 88 
Neuert, C. A. : personal injuries telegraph wire, Tremont St., 

refused c 44 a 45 
Nichols, S. B. : personal injuries, Beach St., payment c 373 a 375 
Niles, P. H. : damages by fire department c 359 a 362 
O'Donnell, J. J. : personal injuries, Tennyson st., petition a 51 

c 53- refused a 78 c 80 
Orcutt, H. B. : personal injuries, School st., petition c 50 a 51- 

refused a 108 c 110 
Owens, M. F. : services to coroner, petition c 195 a 197-refused 

c 216 a 218 
Payton, H. F. : damages by gunpowder, petition a 362 c 365- 
change of reference a 376 c 379 
Prior, Hiram: injury to horse, Neponset bridge, petition a 197 

c 199 
Read, A. L. : injury to horse, petition c 44 a 45 
Remick, B. J. : loss of horse, Milk st., petition c 97 a 101-refused 

a 123 c 127 
Richardson, Thomas : extension sewer, settlement authorized 

a 115 c 11S, i2S-report (C.D.^4) a 154, 187 c 18S 
Sampson, D. H. : personal injuries, Common, petition 3362 c 365- 

refused c 373 a 375 
Shaughnessey', Patrick: personal injuries, employ of city, peti- 
tion a 227 c 231-refused a 236 c 247 
Smith, T. H. : loss of and damage to property a 162 c 167-refused 

a 184 c 18S 
Soyard, C. J. : personal injuries, Lawrence St., petition c 195 

a 197-payment a 22S c 231 
Stark, Stanley & Co. : damage by gunpowder petition a 362 

c 365-change of reference a 376 c 379 
Stedman, G. C. & Co. : removal of sign, Summer St., petition 

a 375 c 379-refused a 407 c 413 
Taylor, C. H. & Co. : damages by gunpowder, petition a 362 

c 365-change of reference a 376 c 379 
Thayer, Brigham, & Co.: damage to property, burst in water- 
main, petition c 83 a S5-refused a 114 c 118 
Valentine, C. T. : damages by gunpowder, petition a 362 c 365- 

chanye in reference a 376 c 379 
Veazie, W. F. : rent of wharf, Warren bridge, petition a 45 c 49 
Walsh, J. L. : injuries to Thos. Geney, fall of chimney, petition 

c 254 a 256-refused a 275 c 27S 
West, Elizabeth: personal injuries, Hawleyst., petition C67 a 70 
Whittier, N. B. : personal injuries, Fourth st., petition c 105 

a 107 
Wilson, George : personal injuries, Fourth st., petition a 77 

c 80-refused a 114 c 118 
1873, committee : appointed a 9 c 17 

great lire : report leave to withdraw on claims for damage by 

gunpowder c 3S 
executions, etc. : payment of a 103 c 105, 122 
petitions, settlements, etc. : 

Barrett, Catherine: personal injuries, Chardon st., petition 

c 60 a 64-refused c 106 a 1 15 
Beal, C. L. : removal to small-pox hospital, petition c 175 a 179- 

refused a 209 c 212 
Boston Bottle Works: use of gunpowder at great fire, petition 

c 17-refused c 34 
Boy-d, Henry : use of gunpowder at great fire, petition c 37 a 44 
Bugbee, D. W. : personal injuries, Dorchester ave., refused c 61 

a 64 ; injuries to horse, Dorchester ave., petition c 122 a 126- 

refused c 13S a 140 
Burkitt, S. L. : injury to horse, Chauncy st., petition a 151-re- 

fused c 168 a 169 
Burns, John : personal injuries, Condor St., petition c 147 a 151- 

refused c 266 a 269 



CLAIMS 



Claims, co?itinued. 



Burrill, Charles : filing quota petition that claim be referred 
to arbitration a 32 c 36-majority and minority reports (CD. 46) 
c 106-assigned c 124-discussed c 136-recommitted c 137-non- 
concurred, majority report (leave to withdraw) accepted a 140 
-concurred c 144; petition for compensation a 151-reports 
(CD. 70) c 214-assigned c 227, 236, 256-discussed, assigned 
c 265-discussed, tabled c 274-motion to lake from table rejected 
c 287-specially assigned c 479 

Campbell, Patrick: damages to sleigh, Broadway bridge, pe- 
tition a Si c S5 

Chessman, Ann E. : personal injuries, Lexington st., petition 
a 139 c 144-refused c 16S a 169 

Cogan, Mary: personal injuries, Unity st., petition c 106 a 115- 
refused c 16S a 169 

Collison, T- W. : losses caused by contemplated erection of small- 
pox hospital, petition c 122 a 126 

Cunningham, Patrick: personal injuries, Harrison ave., pe- 
tition a 63 c 69 

Crosby, E. H. : personal injuries, Tremont St., petition a 223- 
refused c 266 a 269 

Currier, J. H. : non-removal of small-pox patient, petition a 125 
c 135-refused c 159 a 161 

Currier, Trott, & Co. : refused damages caused by use of gun- 
powder at great fire c 58 ; petition for same c 60 a 64 

Daley, Hannah : personal injuries, Beach st., petition c 236 a 240 

Davis, S. C : personal injuries, Dudley St., petition a 367 c 375 

Donnelly, John : use of horse and wagon at great fire, order to 
pay c 31 a 33 

Dudley, Dean: damages, use of gundowder at great fire 3474 
c 476-refused c 543 a 545 

Edgecomb, L. A. : non-removal of small-pox patient, petition 
a 63 c 69-refused c 99 a 102 

Everett National Bank: damages, use of gunpowder at great 
fire, petition a 133 c 135-refused c 159 a 161 

Floyd, John : personal injuries, Federal-st. bridge, refused a 151 

c *54 
Fowler & Bennett: injury to horse, Charlestown St., petition 

c 33° a 34 1 
Frazier, Louis : personal injuries, payment of writ of execution 

c 31 a a 

French, M. A.: personal injuries, Kneeland St., petition a 186 
c 192-refused a 218 c 224 

Garceau, Treffle : personal injuries, Washington st. petition 
a in c 121-refused a 179 c 1S2 

Gardner, Sylvester & Rosanna : personal injuries, payment 
of writ of execution a 66 c 69, 87 

Great Western Dispatch Co. : loss of property at great fire, 
petition a 9 c 17 

Green, H. D. : personal injuries, East Chester Park, petition 
c 175 a 179-refused a 198 c 203 

Harmon, William : damages to team in Dorchester, petition a 531 
c 539 

Holliday, William: damage to land, Huntington ave., by 
overflowing, petition c 159 a 161-refused a 179 c 182 

Holohan & Maguire : plumbing work, Swett St., small-pox 
hospital, petition a o-report, leave to withdraw a 81-discussed 
a 91-recommitted a 93 c 96-report (CD. 64) a iSo-supplementary 
minority report (CD. 73) a 207-discussed, order passed to pay 
a 207, 20S c 212 

Hunt, J. M. : personal injuries, Bremen St., petition c 298 a 300 

Irwin, Robert : injuries to wife, Tremont St., petition a 40 c 47- 
refused c 106 a 115 

Johnson, Robert : personal injuries in sewer, petition a 63 c 69- 
refused c 122 a 126 

Keen an, John : damage to property, petition c 49 a 53 

Keyes, C. L. : personal injuries, Portland St., petition a 501 c 509- 
refused c 543 a 546 

Keyes, G. L. : damages by erection of Engine-house, Bulfinchst., 
petition a 196 c 203-refused c 266 a 269 

King, James : personal injuries, Ruggles St., petition c 60 a 64- 
refused c 106 a 115 

Landregan, Mary : personal injuries, Federal-st. bridge, peti- 
tion a 217 c 224 

Leary, Josephine: personal injuries, Washington st., petition 
c 69-refused c 159 a 161 

Lothrop, D., &Co. : loss of property at great fire, petition a 9 c 17 

Lothrop, W. L. : loss of property at great fire, petition a 101 
c 105-refused c 159 a 161 

Ly'nn & Boston Railroad : injuries to horses, Warren bridge, 
petition a 132 c 135 refused c 168 a 169 

Masters, Jane : personal injuries, Revere st., petition c 147 a 151 
-refused a 19S c 203 

Mayo, D. E. : personal injuries, Winnisimmet ferry, petition 
a 531 c 539 

McDonough, Philip: injury to son, explosion of fireworks, 
July 4th, petition a 40 c 47-refused c 99 a 102 

McKay, C. J.: injury to wife, Tremont St., petition a 63 c 69- 
refused c 122 a 126 

Meek, Stephen: personal injuries, Devonshire St., petition a 132 
c 135 

Melcher, J. H. & Mary: damages, removal to small-pox hospi- 
tal without cause, petition a 40, 65 c 69-reiused c 99 a 102 

Merritt, J. D. : injury to property, Conant St., petition c 203 a 207 

Moir, Wm. : personal injuries, Fleet St., petition a 42S c 435 

Mullen, John : injury to horse, Federal-st. bridge, petition a 350 
c 356-refused c 425 a 429 



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CLAIMS 



CLAIMS 



Claims, continued. 

Mullin, James : personal injuries, Water St., petition a 9 c 17- 
refused c 38 a 44 

Murray, M. C. : loss of horse and sleigh, junction Prentiss and 
Tremont sts., petition a 40 c 47-refusecl c 99 a 102 

O'Neil, Mary : personal injuries, Essex St., petition a 382 c 390- 
refused c 450 a 453 

Orcutt, I. B. : personal injuries, School st., petition a 19 c 29- 
refused c 38 a 44 

Perry, Mary : personal injuries, Hanover st., petition a 217 c 224 

Phillips, A. F. : personal injuries, Beacon St., petition c 147 
a 151-refused c 16S a 169 

Pitman, J. H. : damages, taking house for small-pox hospital, 
petition c 3S1 a 3S2, 431 c 435 _ 

Sampson, D. H. : personal injuries, Common, petition a 19 c 29- 
refused c 3S a 44 

Smith & McGaragle : payment of balance of contract for build- 
ing Swett st. small-pox hospital, petition a 19 c 29-report, leave 
to withdraw, tabled a Si-discussed a 93-recommitted a 94 c 96- 
majority and minority reports and opinion of city solicitor 
(C.D.64) a iSo-suppIementary minority report (C D.73) a 207- 
discussed, order passed to assign city's interest in insurance 
policies a 2cS-discussion c 213, 214-assigned c 226-passed c 236- 
motion to reconsider discussed and rejected c 236, 237 

St. Joseph's Home : sisters of, injury to horse, Albany st., peti- 
tion a 101 c 105-refused a 151 c 154 

Sullivan, Hannah : personal injuries, Athens st., petition a 40 

c 47 

Tallant, H. P. : damages to property, location small-pox hos- 
pital, petition a 310 c 329-rcfused C425 3429 

Trufant & Davis : injury to horse, Prince St., petition a 310 C329 

Upton, R. A., & Son: damage to wagon, tree in St. James St., 
petition a 125 c 1^5-refused c 159 a 161 

Way, K. S. : injuries to self and carriage, Border st., petition 
a 418 c 424 

Webber, S. T. G. : damages to property, Hayward place, 'care- 
lessness of firemen, petition a 310 c 329-refused a 3S3 c 390 

Whittaker, Wm. : injury to son, explosion of firewortis, July 
4th , petition a 63 c 69-refused c 99 a 102 

Winn, M. A. : personal injuries, Temple St., petition c 243 a 247 

Whight, Edwin : damages on account of termination of contract, 
referred to arbitration a 515 

Young, Ann: personal injuries, Brattle st., petition c 147 a 151- 
retused c 168 a 169 
1874, committee s appointed a 7 c 13 
petitions, settlements, etc. : 

Bragg, H. W. : services in Cliarlestown before annexation, peti- 
tion a 594 c 601 

Brooks, J. M. : injuries to estate, East St., Dorchester, petition 
a 262 c 272 

Brown & LeBarkon : services rendered Cliarlestown, petition 
c 9S a 100 

Burns, Wm. : payment for horses furnished fire department in 
1873, petition a 36 c 42 

Burrill, Charles : filling quota, petition for referees c 24 a 29- 
refused c 134 a 136; petition for payment c 216-order to pay as- 
signed c 219-discussed and rejected c 246, 247-reconsideration 
refused c 258 

Cobleigh, C. C. et als.: damages by construction of sewer in 
North Harvard St., petition a 497 c 511-report a 553-recommitted 
c 557 a 559-reiused c 566 a 568 

Cushing, Nathaniel : personal injuries, Bartlett St., Charles- 
town, petition c 112 a Ii5-re)used c 257 a 264 

Downing, W. C. M. : personal injuries, Meridian St., petition 
c 257 a 264 

Elms, Wm. : services as road-master, West Roxbury, petition 
a 84 c 97-refused a 253 c 257 

Fallon, Daniel: personal injuries Seventh st., petition c 591 
a 594-refused c 669 a 677 

Farquharson, Alexander : personal injuries, Harrison ave., 
petition a 203 c 216 

Foley, Coleman: personal injuries, Silver st., petition c 523 

a 5<*5 
Geyek, C. C. (or Geer) : personal injuries, Leverett St., petition 

c 576 a 578-refused c 686 a 6S7 
Gibson, A. A. : resetting stone to protect passage-way rear 41 

Worcester St., petition c 686 a 6S7-reiused c 761 a 767 
Gunning, Timothy (or William) et als.: work on highways in 

West Roxbury, petition a 7 c 10- refused a 72 c 78 
Hannon, William: damages to team, Meeting-house Hill, re- 
fused c 33 a 37 
Harmon, A. F. : personal injuries, Dover-st. bridge, petition c 9S 

a 100 
Hartshorn, L. W. : death of husband from injuries while in 

city's service, petition a 36 c 42 
Hatch, Joseph : damages to team on Parker St., petition a 539 

c 547-refused a 688 c 700 
Tohn^on, T. D. : personal injuries, refused a 553 c 557 
Kemp, J. A. : damages by non-fulfilment of contract, petition a 28 

C32; damages by construction of sewer in Kemp St., petition 

a 505 c 51 i-no action necessary a 553 c 557 
Kisken, Catherine : personal injuries, Halleck st., petition a 351 

c 363-refused a 596 c 601 
Knight, H. T. : damages by collision with city cart, petition 

a 282 c 290-refused a 434 c 439 
Lewis, Weston : services as commissioner on annexation a 677 

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Claims, continued. 

Lorey, Isaac: personal injuries, collision with hose-carriage, 
petition a 251 c 257-refused a 378 c 381 

Lothrop, C. L. : supplies furnished police department, petition 
c 257 a 264 

McCrillis, John, Jr. : damages to wagon by city wagon, peti- 
tion a 149 c 159 

McDonough, Thomas : personal injuries, Dover-st. bridge c 446 
a 448-refused c 591 a 594 

McEvoy, Julia : personal injuries, Tremont St., petition c 112 a 115 

McNeil, J. C. : injuries to child, Meridian St., petition a 427 c 438- 
refused a 623 c 631 

McPike, Jenny: personal injuries, London St., petition a 351 
c 363 

Merritt, C. H. : services in fire department, petition a 334 c 344- 
refused a 527 c 533 

Morse, L. F. : services as commissioner on annexation, petition 
a 677 c 6S4 

Mulrady, John (Mahady?) : personal injuries, Chardon St., peti- 
tion a 203 c 216-refused a 301 c 309 

Murphy, Joanna : damages by blasting in Regent st., petition 
a 220 c 228-refused a 568 c 575 

Nokton, Michael: services to town of Brighton, payment 
ordered a 2S6 c 290, 310 

O'Brien, Matthew: personal injuries, Pearl St., petition c 10 a 17 

Parker, S. S. : personal injuries, Warren St., petition a 695 C700 

Pendergast, G. S. et als.: services as assessors of Charlestown, 
petition a 550 c 557 

Perry, Lawrence: damages by erection of police station, peti- 
tion c 13 a 17 

Phillips, Eben, et als.: losses by delay in defining limits of 
streets in burnt district, refused a 121 c 130 

Prince, Zelotes : injuries to self and wagon, Paris St., petition 
a 84 c 97-refused c 163 a 169 

Richardson, Charles : abatement of assessment, filling lots in 
Hammond park, petition c 163 a 169 

Ross, Mary : personal injuries, Tufts st., petition a 203 c 216 

Sauer, George : damages by construction of sewer in Halleck 
St., petition a 4S3 c 511-refused a 553 c 557 

Sharp, D. : labor lor fire department, petition a 553 

Shaw & Sharp : heaters furnished fire department, petition c 547 

a 553 , 

Sheedy, Michael: personal injuries, Seventh St., petition c 531 
a 594-refused c 669 a 677 

Shute, C B. : damages to vehicle, Charlestown Neck, petition 
a 236 c 243-refused a 301 c 309 

Smith & McGaragle : work on Swett-st. hospital, payment or- 
dered a 48 c 57, 80 

Sparhawk, George: sods and loam taken from estate, petition, 
a 220 c 22S-refused a 553 c 557 

Stearns, A. T. : damages by construction of sewer in Taylor and 
Water sts., Ward 16, petition a 483 c 511-refused a 56S c 575 

Stearns, N. A. : personal injuries, Federal st., petition a 63 c 7S 

Stewart, Joseph : injury to child, fall of icicle from school- 
house, petition c 272 a 282 

Stiles, Alexander : damages to horse, Warren bridge, petition 
c 10 a 17-refused c 112 a 115 

Thompson, Mary : personal injuries, South St., petition c 536 
a 540-refused c 617 a 623 

Thurston, T. D. : personal injuries while employed by city con- 
tractor, petition a 454 c 464-refused a 553 c 557 

White, Cornelius: personal injuries, Warren ave., C, petition 
c 576 a 578-refused c 686 a 6S7 

Wiley, vv*. S. & G. O. : bill against Charlestown fire department, 
petition c 291 a 300 

Wellington, Asa, Attorney : personal injuries to C. F. Burt, 
Boylston St., petition c 145 a 150 

Wood, M. J. : personal injuries, Eastern ave., petition a 84 c 97- 
refused a 37S c 381 

Woodard, Margaret: personal injuries, petition c 310 a 314 

Woodward, W. E. : damages by breach of contract, petition 
a 3S7 c 4C5~re fused a 596 c 601 
1875, committee : appointed a 7 c 10 

execrations, etc. : payment of a 21 c 23, 40 
petitions, settlements, etc. : 

Angier, C. W. : personal injuries, Broadway, petition c 590 
a 596-refused a 764 

Bemis, S. M. : personal injuries, Brooks St., petition c 105 a in- 
payment c 284 a 293 

Blaisdell, Albert: sewer in Brighton, petition a 203 c 211 

Bohrmann, Wm. : damages to property by fire department, peti- 
tion a 81 c 85-refused a 193 c 196 

Bragg, C. S. : injuries to horse and vehicle, North Ferry slip, 
petition c 1 19 a 122-payment c 299 a 30S 

Bulfinch, F. V., et als. : payment of deputy collector's fees, 
petition c 629 a 635-report a 764-discussed, order passed to pay 
a 765, 766 c 769-vetoed a 772-discussed, order rejected 8773 

Carroll, Michael: damages to estate, broken culvert, Union 
ave., petition a 355 c 359-reiused a 581 c 590 

Casey, Michael : personal injuries Federal-st. bridge, petition 
a 436 c 459 

Chaplin, W. B. : personal injuries, Beacon St., petition a 31S 
c 324-payment a 723 c 726 

Charlton, Ellen : personal injuries, Ruggles st., petition a Si 
c 85-payment a 224 c 227 

Cohen, Henry: injuries to son, petition a 410 c 425-refuse'' 
a 560 c 565 



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Cullen, James : personal injuries 

refused a 560 c 565 
Curly, M. J. : personal injuries, Bowditch school-house, petition 

c 259 a 262-retused c 427 a 431 
Classen, C. R. : injuries to wife, Exchange st , petition a 19 c 23- 

refused a 152 c 153 
Donavan, Ellen : personal injuries, Fifth St., payment c 554 

a 559 

Downing, J. P. : personal injuries, Wesley St., petition ci6i a 165- 
refused c 750 a 752 

Dunn, Michael : damages, sewer, Centre St., W.R., petition, 
c 565 a 57S-refused c 750 a 752 

Evans, J. S. : personal injuries, Purchase st., petition a 122 c 138- 
( refused a 224 c 227 

Everett, M. S. : dower in estate in Brighton, petition a 45 c 50 

Finn, S. E. : personal injuries, Kirkland St., petition a 307 c 311 

Gately, J. B. : injury to horse, Gerard st. and Norfolk ave., peti- 
tion a 436 c 459-payment a 705 c 713 

Gay, P. E. : claim for gravel, Northampton-st. district, report on 
c 284 a 293-order passed to pay c 299, 313-tabled a 319-discussed, 
recommitted a 376 c 3Si-report, order passed a 39S-rejected 
c 399-reconsidered, order passed c 427 

Glover, J. B. : payment costs of suit, petition c 553 a559-refused 

a 7°5 c 7'3 
Hatch, Joanna : personal injuries, Eaton St., petition c 343 a 349- 

payment c 546 a 547 
Hill, E. E. : damages to furniture, petition c 299 a 308 
Hollingsworth, F. M. : personal injuries, Putnam St., petition 

a 6S0 c 691-refused a 753 c 767J 
Holmes, R. : injury to horse, Heath St., petition c 370 a 373-pay- 

ment a 705 c 713 
Hyde, S. T. : professional services, petition a 58 c 76-payment 

a 16 c 174 
Kelleher, P. M. : personal injuries, Tremont St., petition a 58 

c 76-refused a 193 c 196 
Kelly, Thomas : injuries to horse and vehicle, Ninth St., petition 

a 13 c 16-payment a 152 c 153 
Kemp, J. A.: damages, detective sewerage, Kemp St., petition 

a 493 c 50 1 -refused a 5S1 e 590 
Kilroy, Peter: injuries to wife, Pynchon St., petition c 161 

a 164-refused c 427 a 431 
Lang, S. F. : damages to estate, E St., surface water, petition a 19- 

refused a 280 
Lynch, Mary : personal injuries, Columbus ave., petition a 558 

c 565-refused a 764 
Mansfield, Merrick : personal injuries, unused telegraph wire, 

petition a 680 c 691-refused a 764 
McDonald, Henry : obstructed culvert, petition a 58 c 76 
McGinness, Charles : reward, detecting abductor of Katie 

Curran, petition a 5S c 76-refused a 224 c 227 
Monroe, Frederick: copying Charlestown records, petition 

a 19-payment a 224 c 22S, 25S 
Mudge, C. W. : personal injuries, Boston common, petition C325 

a 332-refused c 546 a 547 
Murphy, Timothy : damages, sewer, Bow St., petition a656c66S- 

refused a 753 c 7676 
Mutual Life Ins. Co. : payment premium on policy taken by 

Charlestown, petition c 727 
Norton, John : injury to wife, Highland St., petition c 16 a 19- 

refused c 161 a 165 
Noonan, Mary : personal injuries, Federal-st. bridge, petition 

a 33 2 c 33S-payment a 5S1 c 590 
Owen, F. P. : damage to wagon, P St., petition a 733 c 744 
Parker, S. S. : personal injuries, Washington St., payment a 167 

c 174 
Rothfuchs, Christian : damages, breakage of water-pipe, peti- 
tion a 55S c 565-payment a 723 c 726 
Scott, M. A. : personal injuries, Cottage St., petition a 656 c 66S 
Skillings, D. D.: damages to business, construction of sewer, 

petition a 596 c 612-refused a 723 c 726 
Standard Laundry Machine Co. : infringement of patent, 

petition a 122 c i3S-refused a 58i-tabled c 590-recommitted c 631 

a 633-report, order to pay discussed, passed c 750-reconsidered, 

amended, passed c 769-tabled a 775 
Stone, Jonathan: removal of tree, Marion St., petition a 717 

c 726-refused a 764 
Sylvester, J. M. : services to small-pox patients in 1S72, peti- 
tion a 656 c 66S-refused a 764 
Vickery, M. : personal injuries, E. Seventh st. c 16 a 19 
Wait, Gilbert : services in case of Mrs. Kimball, petition c 565 

a 57$>-payment a 705 c 713 
Waters, Sarah: personal injuries, Ninth St., petition a 19 c 23 

-payment a 167 c 174 
Watson, Laurence P. : injuries to horse, firing salute Feb. 22, 

petition c 119 a 122-refused c 427 a 431 
West, G. W. : damages to estate, Sudbury-river supply, petition 

c 590 a 596-payment a 705 c 713 
Whitcomb, E. D. : damages to sleigh, petition c 79 aSi-no action 

necessary c 161 a 165 
Wilson, Wm. injuries to wife, Billerica St., petition c 79 a Si- 

refusc-d c 105 a m 
Wood, L. M. : injury to child, Franklin school-house, petition a 7 

c 11-refused a 152 c 153 
1876, committee: appointed c 11 a 17; unfinished business of Church, 
Suffolk, and Northampton st. districts, referred to a 25 c 28 



executions, etc. : payment of a 34 c 37, 



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notices and. petitions : order to petition for act limiting time 
for presentaticn of, discussed, amended, passed a 653, 654-dis- 
cussed, tabled c 656, 657-substitute adopted and passed c 742 
a 747 
petitions, settlement", etc.: 

Allen, R. : payment of bounty, petition, a 174 

Ashton Locke Safety Valve Co.: articles furnished fire depart- 
ment, petition c 320 a 322-refused c 446 a 449 

Barry, J. R. : damages to carriage Walnut St., Dorchester, peti- 
tion a 5S6-payment a 6S7 c 689 

Black, J. A. : injury to horse, Columbus ave., petition a 4S3 
c 490-payment a 552 c 554 

Blanchard, Warren : injuries to self, horse, and vehicle, Fort 
ave., petition c 446 a 449-payment c 600 a 603 

Bragg, H. W. : compensation for services, Charlestown, petition 
a 133 c 140-payment a 652 c 656 

Brainard, C. R. : petition that money due I. C. Gushing for work 
under sewer contract be retained tor laborers employed c 446 
a 449-refused c 519 a 524, 525 

Brown, A. M. : services, E. R. Brown, Deer Island, petition a 23 
c 2S-payment a 432 c 435 

Brown, D. f. & J. E. : construction Parker-Hill reservoir, 
damages refused a 72S c 732 

Brown & Le Baron: services rendered Charlestown, petition 
c 264 a 273-refused c 446 a 449 

Crowley, J. : personal injuries, ferry, payment a 432 

Davis, R. A.: personal injuries, Hanson St., petition c 676 
a 683 

Devine, John : injuries to horse, Keyes St., West Roxbury, dam- 
ages refused a 6i>7 c 6S9 

Dingwell, Emma : personal injuries, Liverpool St., payment 
c 264 a 273 

Donovan, Timothy: injuries to son, Mt. Washington ave. 
bridge, petition a 206 c 2iS-refused a 337 c 342 

Dunbar, J. B. : personal injuries, ferries, petition a 261 c 264- 
payinent a 477 c 499 

Emerton, F. VV. : injuries to horse, highway, from Maiden bridge 
to Everett, petition a 550 c 554-payment a 5SS c 597 

Farrell, Wm. : personal injuries, Washington St., petition a 310 
c 314-refused a 449 c 457 

Faxon, H. H. : petition leave to surrender estate purchased under 
improperly assessed tax-title, and money already paid refunded 
a 366 c 395-report refusing a 574-discussed c 581-tabled c 582 

Flynn (Glynn?), J. : personal injuries, petition c m a 115-pay- 
ment c 365 a 366 

Foster, Cyrus : water-rates, petition to refund a 243 c 255-refused 
a 295 c 303 

Galligan (Gilligan?), Fatrick: personal injuries from engine 
17, petition a .^-report, no action necessary a 72S c 732 

Gibbons, W. T. : reimbursement money paid wrong party, peti- 
tion a 310 c 314-refused a 410 C415; reimbursement money paid 
for city, petition a 562 c 5Si-refused a 652 c 656 

Greenwood, Charles: injuries to horse and vehicle, Chelsea 
bridge, refused C67S a 6S3 

Hall (Hull?), Lewis : damages to horse and vehicle, Columbus 
ave., petition c 676 a 683-re fused a 72S c 732 

Hallahan, John : personal injuries, Boston common, payment 
c 600 a 603 

Halleck, J. : personal injuries, Boston common, petition c 549 

a 55° 
Harrington, C.& J. : personal injuries, collision with ferry-boat, 

petition a 310 c 314-payment a 432 c 435 
Haverhan, I. : compensation for material used in Francis-st. 

school-house, petition a 100 c 103 
Hebard, B. S. : amount due her husband, petition a 492 c 499- 

refused a 550 c 554 
Hennesey, A. : personal injuries, Chambers st., petition a 206 

c 218-refused a 246 c 255 
Higgins, R. : personal injuries, Eutaw St., petition a 701 c 705 
Jewett, J. G. : damages by surface water, Chickatawbut St., 

change of reference a 295 c 303 
Johnson, F. : payment labor on Francis-st. school-house, petition 

a S9 
Jordan, E. T. : personal injuries, Commercial St., petition 

c 581-refused a 6S7 c 6S9 
McKee, Mrs. F. : personal injuries, Hanover St., petition 

c 218-payment a 246 c 255 
McPike, J. : personal injuries, London St., East Boston, petition 

a 133 c 140-payment a 277 c 2S3 
Mansfield, M. : personal injuries, unused telegraph wire, peti- 
tion a 15S c 164-refused a 210 c 218 
Mass. Mutual Fire Insurance Co. : petition of receivers that 

city receive dividends on assessments on policies in Suffolk-st. 

district a 347 c 362-report, payment ordered a 410 c 414 
Murdock, J. : personal injuries, Court St., petition a 191 c 198- 

refused a 246 c 255 
Murhay, M. : personal injuries, Webber st., petition a 572 c 581- 

payment a 702 c 705 
O'Brien, M. : injuries to son, Washington st., petition a 721 

C732 
Paige, A. C. : injury to horse, Dudley st., petition c 346 a 347- 

payment c 463 a 464 
Parker, E. B. : personal injuries, Eustis St., petition a 225 c 235- 

payment a 394 c 395 
Pattee, A. D. & Co.: injuries to carriage, Bennet St., petition 

a 23 c 2S-refused a 77 c S6 



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Claims, continued. 

Price Caroline: report and order to pay for mortgage and 
interest in estate, Orange st. a 179-discussed, rejected a 191- 
193-motion to reconsider tabled a 217-discussed a 229-232- 
tabled a 232-recommitted a 246 c 255-report, discussion, specially 
assigned a 295-299-assigned a3i2-order rejected a 323-325-peti- 
tion that statutes of limitation be waived a 359-360-discussed, 
tabled a 360-order offered to waive a 372-tabled a 3S5~discussed, 
rejected, motion to reconsider lost a 454-456 

Richardson, S. : personal injuries, Temple St., petition a 191 
c 193-retused a 246 c 255 

Scott, M. A.: personal injuries, Cottage St., compensation re- 
fused a 34 c 37 

Shurtleff & Maxim : injuries to horse, Starr St., petition c 600 
a 603-refused c 67S a 683 

Smith, ]. A. : personal injuries, Upham's corner, petition c 264 
a 273; personal injuries, petition c 304 a 310 

Springfield, Nathaniel : damages, drainage, Garden st., peti- 
tion a 550 c 554-payment a 72S c 732 

Standard Laundry Machine Co. : infringement of patents, 
petition a 11-order to pay a 179-tabled a 193-notification of suit 
a 215-report and order discussed a 215, 216-order to recommit 
and submit to expert a 215-opinion of city solicitor a 216-order 
discussed, passed a 216-amended c 218-passed c 238 a 243; 
report on recommitted petition, order to pay passed a 588-dis 
cussed, passed c 59S, 626 

Sullivan, D., et at. : personal injuries, Foster st., B., petition 
a 100 c 103-refused a 210 c 21S 

Swan, W. S. : personal injuries, Kingston st., petition a 243 
c 255-payment, damage to carriage a 432 c 435 

Tarbell, S. H. : payment work on Francis-st. school-house, 
petition a 11 c 16-report a 66-recommitted a 76 c S6 

Wallis, J.: injuries to wife, Leverett St., petition c 73 a 76- 
refused c 130 a 134 

Webb, J. E. : sewer damages, Garden st., petition a 6S3 c 6S9 

West, G. W. : damages to property in Framingham, petition 
c 384 a 3S5-refused c 446 

Whitcomb, E. D. : compensation for false imprisonment, petition 
c 223 a 226-payment c 259 a 261 

Whiting, Jane : damages for drainage, refused c 188 a 193 

Wolfe, M. A.: personal injuries, Philips St., petition a 421 C435- 
refused a 536 c 539 
1877, committee : appointed c 6 a 8 

executions, etc. : payment of a 47 c 48 
petitions, settlements, etc.: 

Adamson, Isabel: personal injuries, Decatur St., petition a 334 

c 35 2 ... 

Albee, J. G. : personal injuries, ferry slip, petition c 58 a 64-re- 

fused c 141 a 149 
Barry, George H. : damage to well, refused a 556 c 567 
Bennett, Rose: personal injuries, Genessee St., petition a 52 c 58 
Bernard, Timothy: personal injuries, Court St., petition c 3S5 

a 389 
Bond, Thomas : personal injuries, Border St., petition a 52 c 58 
Bowen, J. E. : injury to estate, G St., petition c 701 a 704 
Brennan, James: personal injuries, Bunker Hill St., petition 

a 100 c 118-refused a 241 c 253 
Brooks, Charles: personal injuries, fire department, petition 

c 690 a 697-payment c 779, 789 a 795 
Brosnahan, Timothy - : personal injuries, Court st., refused 

c 531 a 533 
Bryant, N. B.: personal injuries, Dedham St., petition a 759 

c 77° 
Burrill, Jane: death of husband, petition a 763 c 770 
Caswell, F. J. : repairing pump, petition c 849 a 853 
Chamberlain, Kate : personal injuries, Blackstone square, 

petition c 676 a 690-refused c 743 a 744 
Collins, Ann: personal injuries, Bl; 

a 61 1 c 620-refused c 743 a 744^ 
Collins, Mary: personal injuries, Beacham st. 

C286 
Collins, Michael: personal injuries, ferry-boat, petition c 141 

a 14S 
Connolly', Kate : personal injuries, Kneeland St., petition a 237 

c 253 
Coots, Thomas : personal injuries, Main St., petition a 593 c 603 
Coulter, Mary : personal injuries, Yeoman St., petition a 210 

c 217-refused a 379 c 381 
Dailey', M. A. : personal injuries, B st., petition a 725 c 734 
Dailey, U.J. : injury to horse, Harvard st., C, petition C50 a 52- 

refused c 141 a 148 
Danehy, John: personal injuries, Cambridge St., petition a 46S 

c 478-ref'used a 633 c 6^4 
Davis, R. A. : personal injuries, Hanson St., payment a 149 c 15S 
Decher, S. E. : damages to land, Lincoln St., petition c 141 a 148, 

198 c 206 
Deputy Collectors : payment back fees, petition a 41 c 4S-no 

action necessary a 149 c 158 
Develin, Bridget: personal injuries, N. Market st., petition 

c 479 a 490 
Dillaway, W. E. L. : personal injuries, South St., petition a 703 

C718 
Donahue, H. J. : personal injuries, Washington St., petition 

a 196 c 206 
Donahue, J. : injury to son, Washington St., petition a 196 c 206 
Dow, J. B. : damages by sewage, Roxbury canal, petition a 17 c 23 
Drew, L. H. : personal injuries, National St., petition a 146 c 15S 



Blackstone square, petition 
petition a 277 



Claims, co?iliiiued. 

Driscoll, Catherine: personal injuries, Orleans St., petition 

a 223 c 22S-refused a 379 c 3S1 
Edwards, M. D. : personal injuries, Tremont St., petition a 533 

c 54° 
Egan, James : personal injuries, Fourth St., petition a 277 c 286 
Farley, W. H. : injury to horse and vehicle, Columbus ave., 

petition c 58 a 64 
Fielding, M. D. : personal injuries, Cortes st., petition a 41 c 48 
Foley, Matthew : peisonal injuries, Athens St., petition c 58 a 64 
Foss, L. W. : personal injuries, Warren ave., petition c 36 a 41- 

payment c 124 a 130 
Foster, J. A. : see J. A. Porter. 
Fraser, E. G. : personal injuries, Whitney st., petition c 690 

a 697-refused c 779 a 7S1 
French, S. N. : personal injuries, G St., petition a 657 c 669 
Fuller, E. C. : personal injuries, Lexington St., petition a 432 

c 440 
Gay, P. E. : payment gravel, Northampton-st. district, petition 

c 311 a3i6 
Geary-, Ellen : personal injuries, Prince St., petition a 210 c 217- 
refused a 435 c 440 
Geary - , Eugene : personal injuries, Shawmut ave., petition c £ 

a 29 
Goggins, Thomas & Co. : payment work at city hospital, petition 

a 611 c 620 
Graves, E. F. : personal injuries, Washington St., petition c 295 

a 296-payment a 580 c 603 
Griffin, Bridget : personal injuries, Charles St., petition c 79 

a S8-refused c 315 a 318 
Harrington, Catherine: personal injuries, Vernon St., peti- 
tion a 5S5 c 603 
Hemmings, Ann: personal injuries, Fayette st., petition a 100 

c 118 
Hernan, B. M. : personal injuries, Way St., petition a 130 c 137- 

refused a 5S0 c 603 
Higgins, Robert : personal injuries, Eutaw St., payment c 431, 

440 a 449 
Hills, James L. : injury to son, Lexmgton-st. school-house, peti- 
tion a 277 c 2S6-refused a 5J6 c 567 
Holman, S. A.: personal injuries, Tremont St., petition c 742 

a 744 
Horan, Patrick: personal injuries, Seventh St., petition a 703 

c 7iS-payment c S39 a 840 
Johnson, N. W. : reward, conviction flower thief, petition c 56S 

a 579-change of reference a 682 c 690 
Jordan, Isabella : personal injuries, Boston common, petition 

c 36 a 41-refused c 124 a 130-petition c 430 a 432 
Kelley - , C. K. : personal injuries, Hanson St., petition a 64 c 72- 

refused a 214 c 217 
Kimmett, James : personal injuries, West Springfield St., petition 

c 97 a 100-refused c 655 a 65S 
Krauss, J. F. : leasehold damages, Tremont St., petition a 210 

c 217-change of reference a 241 c 253-refused a 536 c 540 
Lemaine, Ellen: personal injuries, I St., petition c 207 a 211 
Leonard, M. H. : injury to horse, Trenton St., petition 06353640 
Lepiere, Louis : injury to daughter, Poplar-st. school-house, pe- 
tition c 236 a 238 
Lewis, Charles : injury to daughter, Sixth st., petition a 210 c 217 
Ly - ncii, H. J. : personal injuries, Blackstone square, petition a 611 

c 620-refused c 743 a 744 
McAvoy, Julia : personal injuries, Washington St., petition c 124 

a 130 
McCann, Mary: personal injuries, Cabot St., petition c 236 a 23S 
McCarthy - , J. A. : damage to vehicle, Washington St., petition 

a 130 c 137-refused a 214 c 217 
McCarthy", Mary : defective sewer, Harrison ave., petition 325s 

c 270-refused a 5S3 c 603 
McDonough, Mrs. John : personal injuries, Bowdoin sq., petition 

a 681 c 690-refused a 761 c 770 
McGaffigan, Catherine: personal injuries, Salem St., petition 

a 100 c 11S 
McLaughlin, Ann : personal injuries, Pleasant St., petition a 41 

c 4S-payment a 101 c 118 
McLean, Ann : personal injuries, Baxter St., petition c 207 a 21 1 
McLean, Patrick: personal injuries, Hull St., petition a 196 c 206 
McNamee, Mary' : death |of husband, Commercial St., petition 

a 100 c 118 
. McNeil, J. D. : personal injuries, ferry, petition a 3S9 c 403-re- 

fused a 5S3 c 603 
Manahan, Dennis: personal injuries, Exchange st., petition a.29 

c 35-payment a 57 c 5S 
Marshall, J. H. : damage to wagon, Meridian st., petition a 608 

c 611-refused c 655 a 658 
Milmore, Martin: extra work, army and navy monument, peti- 
tion c 742 a 744-order to pay c Si4-passed c 835 a S40 
Morris, Ann : personal injuries, Court St., Charlestown, petition 

a 17 c 23 
Newton, city of: care small-pox patient, petition a 763 c 770 
Nichols, T. O. : damage to wagon, Putnam St., petition c 77S a 7S1 
Noonan, Mary - : personal injuries. North st., petition c 160 a 171 
O'Brien, Matthew : injury to son, Washington St., payment 

a 101 c 11S 
O'Connell, John : medical services, petition a 703 c 718-refused 

a 824 c 827 
Pearson, L. E. : services collector city of Charlestown, petition 

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Pickthall, M. A. : personal injuries, Bunker Hill St., petition 
a 237 c 253 

Porter, A. E. : personal injuries, Dudley St., petition a 170 c 1S1- 
refused a 490 C4gi-petition c 676 a 6Si-payment c 701 a 704 

Porter, J. A. : damage to business, closing Chelsea bridge, peti- 
tion a 759 c 770-refused a 843 c 846 

Proctor, John H. : personal injuries, Meridian-st. bridge, peti- 
tion a 725 c 734 

Raddin, John : supplies furnished fire department, petition a 334 
c 352-report tabled a 490-discussed, recommitted a S25, 826-dis- 
cussed, referred to next city council c 827, 828-indefinitely post- 
poned a S40 

Roden, P. H. : personal injuries, Blackstone sq., petitions a 258 
c 270 a 593 c 603-refused a 435 c 440 a 646 c 651 

Ross, Sarah: personal injuries, Lincoln st., petition a 80 c 95 

Sawin, J. P. : injuries by mob in 1863, petition a 237 c 253 

Shaw, L. W. : services assistant assessor, petition c 97 a 100 

Shea, Michael : personal injuries, E St., petitions a 64 c 72 a 164 
c 158 

Shea, William : personal injuries, Ruggles St., petition a 29 c 35- 
payment a 100 c nS 

Smith, Ellen : personal injuries, Albany st., petition a 703 c 718 

Smith, W. H. L. : personal injuries, Pleasant St., Dorchester, peti- 
tion c 194 a 197 

Spinney, S. R. : services registrar voters, petition a 361 c 3S1 

Spurr, E. T. : personal injuries, Mead St., petition a 29 c 36- 
refused a 101 c 118 

Stengel, P. : injury to horse, I St., petition a 585 c 603 

Sullivan, Margaret: personal injury, Warrington St., petition 
a 3S9 c 403-refused a 843 c 846 

Towle, A. E. : personal injuries, Allen St., petition a 64 c 72-re- 
fused a 19S c 206 

Wallace, W. W. : personal injuries, cityteam, petition c 833 a S40 

Warren, J. B. & W. M. : infringement-patent, laying paving, 
refused a 6S2 c 690 

Waters, J. W. : personal injuries, Washington St., petition C655 
a 65S 

W hite, Clinton : injury to horse, Charles river bridge, petition 
c 36 a 41-refused c 124 a 130 
1878, committee : appointed c 7 a 8 

executions, etc. : payment of a 11 c 12 

invalid tax-titles : order passed to petition for legislation rela- 
tive to a 713 c 737 
petitions, settlements, etc. : 

Allen, H. M. & M. S. : damages to estates by sewer, Cabot st., 
petition a 145 c 152-refused a 600 c 612 

Bailey, A. L. : damages delay in completion, Ninth-st. sewer, 
petition a 513 c 520-refused a 000 c 612 

Begley, Patrick: personal injuries, Fourth St., petition c 314 
a 318-refused c 421 a 427 

Boston Catholic Cemetery Association: damages to horse 
and vehicle, petition a 546 c 561 

Boyer, Wm. : personal injuries, Western ave., petition C477 a483- 
refused c 703 a 711 

Bradley - , W. L. : injuries to horse, Maiden bridge, petition a 757 
C76S 

Brightman, H. A. : personal injuries, North Market St., petition 
a 126 c 135-refused a 274 c 277 

Brown, Thomas : personal injuries, Chardon st., petition c 64 
a 6S refused c 89 a 96 

Bulfinch, F. v., et a/. : payment of deputy collector's fees, 
petition a 272-report, change of reference c 314 a 319-report 
c 596-order to pay discussed, passed c 612, 615-motion to recon- 
sider rejected c 619-order tabled a 621-discussed, passed a 645- 
647; appropriation c 695 a 696 

Carey, D. A. : repayment license fee, petition a 528 c 538-re- 
funded a 559 c 561 

Cheney, A. F. : injuries to daughter, Dorchester ave., petition 
a 591 c 595 

Connelly - , Martin : personal injuries, petition a 95 c 103-refused 
a 274 c 277 

Currier, J. B. : loss of horse, petition a 479 c 520-refused a 600 
c 612 

Dillaway, W. E. L. : personal injuries, petition refused a 97 
c 103 

Doherty, Henry - : damages by sewer, Cabot St., petition c 377 
a 3S4-no action necessary c 597 a 6co 

Donlavey, Bridget: personal injuries, Sheridan court, petition 
c 182 a 1S3 

Downing, Charles: personal injuries, Albany St., petition 
a 95 c 103 

Farrington, A. W. : damages to property 269 Washington St., 
petition c 669 a 675-refused c 749 a 750 

Fehmer, Carl : payment for services, petition a 303 c 3oS-refused 
a 42S c 432 

Finn, T. W. : personal injuries, Summer st., petition c 636 

Follett, D H. : payment for services field and staff 1 st Battalion 

Cavalry, petition c 4 a 8 
Garfield, H. E. : personal injuries, Appleton St., petition a 227 

c 23S-refused a 343 c 351 
Gibbons, W. T. : reimbursement of money paid by mistake, peti- 
tion a 63S c 663 
Goodnow, G. W. : personal injuries, West Boston bridge, petition 

* a 2S7 c 291 

Harrington, J. G. : damages to horse and sleigh, Tyler st., pe- 
tition c SS a 95 

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Hart, A. : personal injuries. Walker St., petition a 750 c 765 
Hartnett, T. : transfer of license fee, order referred c 563 a 564- 

report no action necessary c 597 a 600 
Haughton,J. Q_. A.: personal injuries, Boylston st., petition 

c 64 a 68 
Hayes, James : personal injuries, Broadway, petition c 246 a 250- 

refused c 377 a 384 
Hayes, Martin: payment loam, petition c 314 a 319 
Horgan, Honora : injuries to son, Sixth st., petition a 568 c 575- 

refused a 650 c 663 
Keith, W. S. : reimbursement illegal assessments, petition c 57S 

a 582-refused c 749 a 750 
Kerrigan, W. F. : damages to drain, Tremont St., petition a 425 

c 432-refused a 600 c 612 
Keyes, Thomas: workjfor bathing department, petition a3i8 C32S 
King, G. M. : loss of horse, petition c S8 a 95-refused c 329 a 338 
Kittredge, Wilhelmine : personal injuries, K St., petition 

a 52S c 53S 
Lynch, Cornelius : damages to horse and sleigh, Charles St., 

petition c 64 a6S 
McCarthy', T. : injury to horse, Albany-st. bridge, petition a 621 

C62S 
McCool, C. A. : damages by sewer, Cabot st., petition a 568 

c 575-refused a 622 c 62S 
McCordick, Ann: damages to house 69 Middle St., petition a 479 

c 520-refused a 650 c 663 
McCully, Ellen: personal injuries, Hanover St., petition a 568 

c 575-refused a 622 c 628 
McDermott, John : personal injuries while employed in Water 

department, petition a 81 c 87-refused a 274 c 277 
Markins, Ann : personal injuries, Yeoman st., petition c 32 a 37 
Miller, F. J. : personal injuries, Bunker Hill St., petition a 287 

c 291 
Morris, Ann: personal injuries, Cambridge St., petition c 22 

a 26-refused c 89 a 96 
Moulton, Wm. : personal injuries in police department, petition 

c 596 a 600-refused c 669 a 675 
Nolan, Henry : damages to horse and vehicle, Albany-st. bridge, 

petition c 690 a 696 
Nugent, Jaaes: damages to greenhouse, Cedar ave., petition 

a 250 
Plummer, E. V.: personal injuries, Davis st., petition a 696 

c 703-refused a 730 c 744 
Quill, M. A. : personal injuries, Warren bridge, petition a 528 

c 538-refused a 650 c 663 
Raddin, John : supplies furnished fire department, petition a 26- 

paynient a 97 c 103 
Reardon, John: compensation for services on public grounds, 

petition c 523 a 525-refused c 616 a 621 
Richmond, A. C. : payment for labor on soldiers' monument, 

petition a 460 c 467 
Riley, Hannah [Jeremiah?]: refund expenses of suit against 

city, petition c 356 a 357-refused c 562 a 564 
Roberts, Catherine : personal injuries, Sullivan square, petition 

a 460 c 467-refused a 730 c 744 
Robinson, T. T. : injuries to horse, Broadway bridge, petition 

a 95 c 103 
Scollan, Wm. : loss of horse, Fairfield St., petition a 1C9 c 116- 

refused a 274 c 277 
Seyter, H. L. : personal injuries, Washington St., petition 3513 

C520 
Sherry - , Mary: personal injuries, D St., petition c 329 a 33S-re- 

fused c 421 a 427 
Sidwell, L. A. : personal injuries, Webster st., petition a 81 c 87 
Stinson, Benjamin H. : work on steamer " Henry Morrison," 

petition c 32 a 37-refused c 89 a 96 
Swift, W. H. : damage to vehicle, Chelsea bridge, petition c 690 

a 696 
Tallant, H. P. : damage to property, location small-pox hos- 
pital, petition a 66 c 73-refused a 12S c 135 
Tarbell, S. H. : payment for work on Francis-st. school-house, 

a 730 c 744, 773 
Tilton, E. G. : personal injuries, Washington st., petition a 425 

c 432-refused a 622 c 62S 
Troy, Mary : personal injuries, Pembroke St., petition c 105 a 109 
Waite, J. H. : payment expenditures on armory, petition c 454 

a 460 
Wallace, W. W. : personal injuries, refused c 89 a 96 
West Roxbury Laborers: order to report on, passed a 186 

c 187-report c 301-referred to committee on finance c 311 a 319- 
report, payment ordered c 329 a 357 
Whittington, Mary' : personal injuries, North ferry, petition 

a 500 c 520 
1879, committee; appointed c 12 a 13-change in c 621 a 622; unsettled 

claims of Church-st. district, Northampton-st. district, Suffolk- 

st. district, referred to c 47 a 4S 
executions, etc. : payment of a 17 c 19 
petitions, settlements, etc. : 

Alden, M. W. : personal injuries, Newcomb St., petition a 104- 

refused a 20S c 212 
Allen, Mrs. : personal injuries, East Boston ferry, petition 

c 360 a 364 
Bannon, R. A.: personal injuries, Devonshire st., petition a 169 



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Barnes, A. W. : personal injuries, Meridian st., 
c 172 



petition a 169 



CLAIMS 



Claims, continued. 



petition 



Barteaux, S. J.: personal injuries, Pemberton square 
a 104-refused a 208 c 212 

Bartlett, W. E. : services on Andrew school-house, petition a 30 
c 40 

Barry, M. : injuries to hack, Tremont St., petition a 6S6 c 695 re- 
port no action c 734 a 739 

Bean, B. F. : damages by sewer, Woodward ave., petition 
a 223 c 23S 

Beckley, A. : personal injuries, Broadway, petition a 139 c 150- 
refused a 335 c 3^7 

Bornstein, K. : personal injuries, Salem st., petition c 47 a 48-re- 
fused c 114 a 1 19 

Boston, Hartford, & Erie R.R. Co. : interest on loan, petition 
c 455 a 459-payment c 734 a 739; opinion of solicitor c 734 

Boutwell, H. W. : services while a police-officer, petition c 63 
a 69 

Brady, Mary : personal injuries, petition c 678 a 679 

Breen, Ellen : personal injuries, Market St., B., petition a 653 
c 662 

Briggs, Luther : use, etc., of plans, petition a 363 c 372 

Burke, Mary : personal injuries, Webber st., petition a 119 c 131 

Burrill, C. : payment of claim for services under order of 1870, 
petition a 13 c 19-petitions in aid a 6S c 79-majority and minority 
reports (CD. 57) c 300-302-resolution that order passed 1S70 for 
payment be confirmed c 301-substitute order reported, assigned 
c 322-discusscd c 337-344-order rejected, minority report ac- 
cepted c 344-discussed a 350, 351-substitute order passed a 351- 
discussed c 353-356-refusal to concur c 356-preamble and order 
to pay rejected, discussed, motion to reconsider tabled a 404- 
order passed a 43S-tabled c 440-assigned c 470, 589, 620- 
order to print report of 1S69 (C.D.98, 1869) referred c 476 
a 477-report inexpedient c 568 a 571-order to pay discussed 
c 630-633-rejected c 633 ; order for mayor to refer claim to three 
disinterested citizens, and to execute instruments to render 
award final, also to petition general court to authorize claim to 
be referred to proposed arbitration c 651-discussed, assigned 
c 665, 700-rejected c 732 

Cahill, M. : personal injuries, Hanover St., petition c 200 a 234- 
payment c 361 a 364 

Carroll, O. : personal injuries, Haverhill and Travers sts., peti- 
tion c 373 a 376-refused c 4SS, 45? 

Carter, E. S. F. : personal injuries, Worcester st., petition a 169 
c 172-refused a 376 c 3S0 

Chapman, G. W. : reward for conviction of the murderer of J. P. 
Clark, petition a 653-payment a 669 

Choate, P. L. : personal injuries, fire department, petition a 672 
C675 

Coffey - , C : personal injuries, Dorchester St., petition a 571 c 582- 
refused a 669 c 675 

Conley, C. : personal injuries, South St., petition a 597 c 605 

Connolly, D. : personal injuries, Hanover St., petition a 169 c 172 

Conroy, B. : personal injuries, Burke's court, petition a 597 c 605 

Cooney, C. L. : personal injuries, Harrison ave., petition a 104- 
refused a 256 c 265 

Cremin, C. : to be refunded liquor license, petition a 613 c 61S 

Crowley, E. W. : personal injuries, Blackstone square, petition 
a 692 c 700 

personal injuries, City square, petition a 641 c 646 
W. : personal injuries, Austin St., C, petition a 2S1 



Crowley, M 
Cushman, T 

c 284 
Dade, Wm. J 

a 169 c 172 
Dana, M. A. 

c6i8 
Daniels, R. 



: personal injuries, near Fitchburg station, petition 
M. : personal injuries, Tremont St., petition a 613 



personal injuries, Nassau St., petition c 431 a 435 
Dempster, T. W. : personal injuries, Shawmut ave., petition 

a 48 c 56-refused a 119 c 131 
Devlin, B.: personal injuries, Faneuil Hall market, petition 

a 88 c 92 
Doherty, Wm. : personal injuries, Salem st., petition a 575 c 582- 

refused a 669 c 675 
Donovan, C. : personal injuries, West st., petition a 119 c 131 
Donovan, J. : personal injuries, Common st., petition a 119 C131- 

refused a 311 c 315 
Donovan, T. : injury to estate, D St., petition a 68 c 79 
Dunlay, J. : personal injuries, Dove St., petition a 104-refused 

a 335 c 337 
Finn, M. : personal injuries, Charter St., petition a 30 c 40 
Finnegan, M. J.: personal injuries, South st., refused a 170 

c 172 
Fitzgerald, E. : personal injuries, Green st.,D., petition a 653 

c 662 
Fleetwood, H. : personal injuries, Milk st., petition a 104 
French, M. L. : personal injuries, Temple place, petition c 137 

a 140 
Garceau, T. : injuries to horse, Cabot st., petition c 532 a 586 
Gogan, R. : personal injuries, Beacon St., petition c 510 a 512 
Greeley, P. : personal injuries, Charter St., petition a 204 c 212 
Greenwood, A. : personal injuries, Auburn St., petition a 575 

C582 
Griffin, G. : personal injuries, Orleans St., petition a 1 19 c 131 
Gunn, P. : personal injuries, Fourth St., petition c 397 a 402 
Hagan, M. : personal injuries, Tremont row, petition a 194 c 199- 

refused a 351 c 353 
Haggekty, E. : personal injuries, Harrison ave., petition a 169 

c 172 



Claims, continued. 



Haggerty, E. : personal injuries, Salem St., petition c 470 a 472- 

refused a 594 c 605 
Haley, J. : personal injuries, Market St., B.. petition a 104 
Harkins, M. : personal injuries, Tremont row, refused a 1S5 
Harris, L. E. : damage to property, Hereford St., petition a 363 

C372 
Hart, A. : personal injuries, Walker st., refused c 56 
Harvey, S. B. : personal injuries, Dorchester ave., petition a 575 

C582 
Hathorne, J. H. : injuries to coach, near Fitchburg station, pe- 
tition a 477 c 481 
Hayes, H. : damage to property by Moon Island sewer, petition 

a 552 c 562 
Hayes, T. : personal injuries, Chelsea St., C, petitions a 679 c 6S2. 

686 a 695 
Hayford, I. : personal injuries, K St., petition a 415 c 428 
Heffernan, C. : personal injuries, Congress-st. bridge, petition 

a 592 c 605-refused a 669 c 675 
Herbert, S. : personal injuries, Garden court, petition a 575 

C582 
Hickey, M. : personal injuries, Back Bay, petition a 510 c 512 
Hill, J. L. : injuries to son, Trenton-st. school-house, petition 

a 204 c 212-refused a 492 c 505 
Holden, M. W. : personal injuries, Hancock St., petition a 402 

c 405-payment a 669 c 675, 6S2 
Holmes, J. : personal injuries, Washington St., petition a 119 c 131 
Holmes, M. : personal injuries, Winter St., petition a 104 
House, A. A. : personal injuries, Washington St., petition a 139 

c 150 
Hurley, M. J. : personal injuries, Kneeland St., petition a 104 
Jenney, L. : personal injuries, Broadway, petition a 281 c 2S4~re- 

fused a 370 c 372 
Jones, W. : personal injuries, Temple St., petition a 104 
Kennard, J. : to be refunded liquor license, petition a 703 c 725 
Kilbrith, D. : personal injuries, Columbus ave., petition a 679 

c 682-refused a 722 c 731 
Knox, J. : personal injuries, Geneva ave., petition a 68 c 79 
Lally, P. J., el at.: damage to business, closing Albany St., pe- 
tition a 495 c 505-refused a 722 
Larkin, A. E. : personal injuries, Windsor St., petition a 139 c 150 
Lemon, L. C. : personal injuries, Blackstone St., petition a 104 
Lombard, A. : personal injuries, Kennard ave., petition a 48 c 56- 
refused a 170 c 172 
Lougherry - , B.: personal injuries, employ of city, petition c 11 

a 14-refused c 47 a 48 
Lovett, W. : personal injuries, Lincoln St., B., petition a 223 C23S- 

refused a 418 c 428 
Lynch, J. B. : personal injuries, Washington st., petition a 119 

c 131-refused a 311 c 315 
Lynch, M. : personal injuries, Ashland st., petition c 47 a 4S 
McCarty, F. J.: personal injuries, North Margin St., petition 

c 63 a 69 
McCormick, M. : personal injuries, Minot St., petition a 104- 

payment c 4C9 a 415 
McGonigle, C. : personal injuries, Fourth St., petition a 104 
McGrath, M. : personal injuries, Essex St., petition a 641 c 646 
Mack, H. M. : injuries to wife, Sidehill St., petition a 383 c 189 
Mack, J. : injury to carriage, Washington st., petition a 511 c 520 
McKenva, J. : personal injuries, Willard St., petition a 104 
McKenzie, C. R. : personal injuries, Mount Vernon St., D., pe- 
tition a 692 c 700 
McNamee, M. : personal injuries, Madison st., petition-a 119 c 131- 

payment a 2S3 c 2S4 
Magann, A. : personal injuries, Austin St., petition a 534 c 544 
Magee, J.: personal injuries, Friend St., petition c 200 a 224- 

refused c 373 a 376 
Magner, P. : personal injuries, Commercial St., petition a 254 

c 265-refused a 472 c 475 
Mahan, J. : damage to well, Woodman St., petition c 481 a 492 
Mahf.r, A. : personal injuries, Athens St., petition a 119 c 131 
Maner, A. : personal injuries, Athens St., petition a 169 c 172 
Mason, M. F. : personal injuries, Tremont St., petition a 281 c'284 
Mearens, A. : personal injuries, Hanson St., petition a 204 c 212 
Merrill, L. H. W. : personal injuries, State St., petition 3525 

c 530-refused a 617 c 618 
Miller, J. : personal injuries, Prison Point bridge, petition c 532 

a536 
Mitchell, A. F. : personal injuries, D St., petition a 254 c 265 
Moore, C. : personal injuries, South ferry, petition a 104 
Mullaly, M. : personal injuries, Cabot St., petition a 622 c 629 
Mullane, M. : personal injuries, Cabot St., petition c 640 a 641 
Murray, M. : personal injuries, Broadway, petition c 47 a 48 
Murray, P.: losses by bad condition of Neponset ave., petition 

a 3°3 c 315-refused a 472 c 475 
O'Brien, J. : personal injuries, Clark St., petition a 363 c 372 
O'Dowd, M. P. : personal injuries, Haverhill St., petition c 175 

a 183-refused c 361 a 364 
Pearce, D. B.: personal injuries, Vernon St., petition c 734 a 730 
O'Gokman.T. : personal injuries, Washington St., petition a 119- 

c 131 
Plimpton, F. P. : personal injuries, Cambridge St., petition a 702 

C725 
Quigley, A. : injuries to husband, Henley St., petition c 272 a 282- 

refused c 490 a 492 
Quill, M. A. : personal injuries, Warren ave., petition 3402 c 405 
QuiNN, J. : personal injuries, fire boat, petition c 47 a 48 



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CLAIMS 



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Claims, continued. 

Ranney, P. : personal injuries, Meridian St., petition a 230 c 238- 

refused a 370 c 372 
Reardon, J. : compensation for services on public grounds, peti- 
tion a 139 c 150-refused a 351 c 353 
Reagan, J. : personal injuries, Purchase St., petition a 30 c 40-re- 

fused a 91 c 92 ; petition a 552 c 562-refused a 602 c 605 
Reagan, M. : personal injuries, Fleet St., petition a 119 c 131-re- 

fused a 335 c 337 
Redding, A. P.: personal injuries, Tremont St., petition a 223 

c 23S -refused a 393 c 395 
Richardson, S. S.: personal injuries, water works, petition 

a 325 c 337-refused a 4S0 c 481 
Ripley, D. S. : personal injuries, State St., petition a 188 c 1S9- 

refused a 351 c 353; second petition a 622 c 629 
Roberts, C. : personal injuries, Sullivan sq., a 14 c 19 
Robertson, A. M. : personal injuries, Columbus ave., petition 

a 139 c 150-report, no action a 376 c 3S0 
Rosnosky, Augusta: personal injuries, Appleton St., cor. 

Tremont St., petition a 6S c 79-refused a 226 c 23S; order for J. 

Donnelly & Sons to remove bill-boards from fences, taken from 

table and filed with report on case a 314; second petition a 534 

c 544-report no action a 669 c 675 
Ruggles, H. B. : personal injuries, Cornhill, petition a 104 
Ryan, P. : personal injuries, Washington St., petition a 139 c 15c- 

refused a 657 c C62 
Seyter, H. L. : personal injuries, Forest Hills St., petition a 6S 

c 79-refused a 170 c 172 
Shattuck, Janet : personal injuries, Eliot St., petition a 702 c 725 
Shea, J. : damages from urinal, Washington St., petition C409 a 415 
Sheehan, D. H. : pay for services on public grounds a 613 c 618- 

refused a 673 c 675 
Smith, F. A. : personal injuries, Main St., petition a 119 c 131 
Southward, E. A. : personal injuries, Bunker Hill St., petition 

a 702 c 725 
Sparrell, G. P.: personal injuries, Washington st., petition 

a 104-refused a 256 c 265 
Spear, J. F. : personal injuries, Avon St., petition a 223 c 238-re- 

fused a 480 c 481 
Stickney, M. J. : personal injuries, Windsor St., petition a 104 
Stinson, B. H. : work on steamer " Henry Morrison," petition 

a 30 c 40 
Sullivan, M. J. : personal injuries, South St., petition a 6S c 79 
Talbot, J. D. : personal injuries, Merrimac St., petition a 88 c 92 
Tavlor, Isabella : personal injuries, Melrose St., petition a 104 
Tetlow, H. : personal injuries, Winslow St., petition a 104 
Thayer, Z. E. : personal injuries, Hanover St., petition c 63 ado- 
refused c 114 a 1 19 
Tierney', Mary : personal injuries, D St., petition a 104 c 137 

a 140-refused a 283 c 284 
Tobin, B. : personal injuries, Austin St., C, petition a 169 c 172- 

refused a 493 c 505 
Tracy, E. : personal injuries, Longwood av., petition a 194 c 199 
Turner, J. W. : personal injuries, Knox St., petition a 3S7 c 395- 

payment a 669 c 675, 6S2 
Viles, E. W. : personal injuries, Fourth st., petition a 457 c 473- 

refused a 574 c 582 
Wales, F. H. : damage by sewer, Woodward ave., petition a 223 

c 238-refused a 492 c 505 
Walker, M. : personal injuries, London St., petition a 104 
Walker, S. L. : personal injuries, Harrison ave., petition a 613 

c6iS 
Wallace, W. W. : personal injuries, Corn court, petitions a 204 

c 212 a 363 c 372 
Wilder, H. H. : personal injuries, Columbia St., Dorchester, pe- 
tition a S34 c 544 
Williams, Andrew: personal injuries, Lawrence school-house, 

petition a 702 c 725 
Winter, C. A. : personal injuries, Washington st., petition a 119 

c 131-refused a 256 c 265 
Woodbury, F. D. : personal injuries, Sullivan st., petition a 104 
Woodman, S. E. : personal injuries, Blue Hill ave., petition a 183 

c iS9~tefused a 4S0 c 481 
Young, Ann :. personal injuries, Brattle St., petition a 477 c 481 
Zirngiebel, Louis: personal injuries, lamp department, petition 

a 620-repojt, leave to withdraw, discussed, tabled c 649, 650-ac- 

cepted c 667 a 66S-petition sent to Aldermen with request to refer 

to committee on lamps c 667-petition a 672 

Clapp, Howard, Councilman, Ward 14. 

1878, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on public buildings, police, nominate 
superintendent sewers C7; Mass. Charitable Mechanic Associa- 
tion building 57; police 581 

1879, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on city hospital, harbor, to nominate 
weighers of lighters, etc. c 12 

Clapp Place. 

1879, lamps < petition a 194-refused a 505 

Clapp street. 

1868, building : G. E. Shackley a 27 

1869, building: T. K. Daunt a 261 

1870, building: James Malone a 51 
nuisance: abated a 119 
stable : James Malone a 60, 63 



Clapp Street, continued. 

1871, stationary engine: John Broderick a 87, 115, 126 

1872, stables : John Broderick a 131, 163; John Patterson a 163, 275 
1877, stable : G. W. Tuxbury a S94, 617 

sewer : see Improved Sewerage. 
stable : Oakes Ames a 66 

Clapp street, Roxbury. 

1879, lamps : petition a 668-ordered a 705 
stable : Wm. Meade a 575, 595 

Claremont park. 

1870, name : petition a 237-named a 310 
signs, numbers : ordered a 310 
1872, grading, gravelling : ordered a 237, 239 

1876, edgestones, sidewalks : petition a 421-ordered a 449 

1877, edgestones, sidewalks : petition a 585-ordered a 596 

1878, edgestones : petition a 183, 52S-ordered a 230, 54S 
sidewalks : petition a iS3~ordered a 230; assessment abated, S.J. 

& G. Tuttle a 184 

Clarence place. 

1874, stable : H. F. Hayward a 204, 224 
1877, lamps : petition a 593, 854. 

1879, lamps : petition a 374-ordered a 705 

Clarence street, Roxbury. 

1872, name : petition a 397-named a 420, 423 

1873, stable : W. F. Porter a 149, 162 

1875, stable : B. F. Bean a 18S, 224 

Clarence street, West Roxbury. 
1879, stable : T. C. Peters a 534, 552 

Clarendon Hills. 

1876, lamps : petition a 421-ordered a 726 

Clarendon place. 

1869, sewer : petition a 202-refused a 214 

1870, laying out, etc. : petition a 206 c 215-order of notice a 240, 254- 

order passed a 25S 
name : changed to Gray st. a 258 
sewer : petition a 206 c 215 

Clarendon street. 

1868, buildings : Marten & Chesley a 20; Seth Robinson a 65 
sewer : schedule, etc. a 18 

1869, building : John McNeal a 253 
edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 140 
grading : petition a 325-refused a 339 

laying out : between Appleton st. and Columbus ave., petition 
a 101-order of notice a 109, 123 

1870, building : G. F. Meacham a 133 
cesspools : ordered a 96, 330 
crosswalks, gutters : ordered a 06 
edgestones, sidewalks: ordered a 96 
grade : established a 194 

grading : petitions a 21, 182-refused a 27-ordered a 200; settlement 
damages : J. Bird and wife, petition a 313— J. Byrne, petition a3i3 — 
S. Fitzgerald, petition a 237-refused a 247 — H. Stearns, petition 
a 237-refused a 275 — M. S.Stockwell, petition a 245-refused 8256 — 
E. S. Todd, petition a 223-refused a 275 — S. White, petition a 313 

laying out, etc. : Appleton st. to Columbus ave., petition a 37, 
70-orHer of notice a 70, 84, 100-order passed a 87-resolve to lay out 
at no expense a 194; Beacon st. to St. James ave., petition a 245- 
order of notice a 269, 286-order passed a 290 

macadamizing: ordered a 96 

repairs : ordered a 330 

sewer : order of notice a 87 

1871, grading : damages : |»hn Bird, Joseph Bynes refused a 397— E. S. 

Todd, petition a 79-refused a 397 — Simon White, payment a 10S 
laying out : Samuel & Simon White, petition damages a 43 
name : petition for change a 297 
paving: petition a 195 
repairs : ordered a 255, 261 

1872, grading : Mary Burt, payment damages a 62, 72 
naming : petition a 264 

1875, plank- walk : petition a 428-ordered a 454 

1874, name : order to consider expediency of cnanging a 85 

1876, edgestones, sidewalks : petition a 562-ordered a 651 
lamps : petition a 603 

sidewalk : petition a 464-ordered a 46S 

1877, sidewalks : petitions a 25s, 763-granted a 279 

1878, lamps: petition a 5S2-ordered a 752 ; in passageway, petition a59i- 

refused a 752 
railroads : Metropolitan a 17, 28, 67, 290, 321 ; South Boston a 479, 

627, 65S, 661 
watering : O. Nute, licensed a 230 

1879, watering : petition a 374 

Clarendon-street Baptist Church. 

1877, order to purchase one-half wall and land under said wall, adjoining 
city land a 699 c 701 



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CLARK 



CLARK 



mayor to offer reward for arrest and conviction of 
a 197-discussed a 197, 198, 205, 206-tabled, city 



Clark, Jennie P. 

1879, order authorizin 
murderers of 

clerk instructed to obtain opinion of solicitor a 206-opinion a 226, 
227-order amended and passed a 227 ; petition G. W. Chapman to 
be paid reward a 653-payment a 669 

Clark, John T., Alderman. 

1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed : com. on armories, city hospital, common, fire dept., 
printing, streets, water a 6; to nom. directors public institutions, 
engineers fire dept., overseers of poor, trustees public library, 
water board 14; new court-house 14; Franklin fund 28; peace jubi- 
lee 60; auditor's estimates 70; appropriation bill 114; 4th of July 
132; South Boston flats 140; free concert 142 ; survey and inspec- 
tion of buildings 155; Union freight R.R. 102; census 301; loan 
to sufferers by fire 346; bonds of commissioners 397; petition 
Allen & Noble 418 
remarks : Paddock-Mall trees a 13 ; appointment of commission for 
soldier's monument 22-31 ; additional appropriation for fire alarms 
31 ; sup'tof work in Suffolk-si. district 42; election of city engineer 
62,69,71,355; report on Devonslnre-st. extension 70; salary bill 
72; So. Market-st. extension 85, 95, 244; tidal basin project SS; 
Wendall-st. widening 95 ; E. Boston ferries 102; trustees city hos- 
pital 114; supt. city hospital 116, 156; opening public library on 
Sunday 153, 165, 186; site for high and Latin school-house 205, 206, 
221, 237, 238; small-pox hospital 223, 284, 2SS, 289,417; scientific 
commission on wood paving 228,235; public garden greenhouse 
234; Union freight R.R. location 239, 240; Adams express stables 
241; paving Bromfield st. 246; paving Dorchester st. 277, 285; 
Washington-st. extension 298,300; new board of health 301,343, 
367, 368; extension of W. Chester park 302 ; location of Metropoli- 
tan R.R. stable 311, 318; So. Boston flats 313; site for new court 
house 314, 332, 372, 37S; committee on relief 342; temporary build- 
ings on common 343; city loan 356, 357, 38S, 389, 390; fife-proof 
shutters for city hall 362; commission on drainage and water sup- 
ply 400; Portland st. widening 401; Portland-st. extension 402, 
403, 40S; municipal election returns 403, 407; Allen & Noble, 
Devonshire-st., damages 418; vote ol thanks to mayor 432; vote of 
thanks to chairman 433 

1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on rules and orders, state aid a 3; police, 
streets, armories, common, fire dept., city hospital, streets, water 
9; nominate trustees public library, supt. common 10; nominate 
trustees city hospital 23; army and navy monument 44; nominate 
sinking-fund commissioners, engineers fire department 89; audi- 
tor's estimates 102; conference on election of first assistant assess- 
ors 115; 4th July ic7 ; free concerts 301 
elected : committee on accounts a 3; trustee city hospital a 24 c 29 
remarks : health commissioners a 7, 12; small-pox 11, 12, lj; pre- 
cautions against fires 13; opening library on Sunday 34; additional 
room for departments 35, 67, 74, 94; refreshment expenditures 42, 
43,44,53,54, 55, 56; badges 46; personal explanation 46; appro- 
priation transfers 57; Northainpton-st. district 57; salary bill 75, 
76, 129, 130, 131 ; photographs for Vienna exposition 77; widening 
Federal st. 82, 83; widening Congress st. 84; small-pox hospital 
claims 91, 92, 94, 180, 202, 20S, 249; annexation Brookline 103; city 
physician 104; widening Arch St. ill, 112; widening Washington 
st. 112, 118, 119, 232; Parker Hill reservoir 127, 128; widening 
streets around post-office 134; widening Water st. 141, 143, 160, 
161, 179, 222; normal school accommodations 153, 172; truant-offi- 
cers 171, 172; clock on jail 191; markets 191; concrete walks on 
common 197; school loan 197, 211; baseball on common 197, 200, 
201; Providence R'y contract 209; fences on public grounds 210, 
211, 222; city clerk's vacation 211; 4th of July 218; city stables, 
Highlands 231; engine-house, Parker St. 232, 233; sale of fire- 
works 241 ; free concerts 248, 272, 295; investigation into cause of 
fire 251; purchase of fire apparatus 261, 262, 263, 278; removal 
Tremont-st. sidewalk 269, 2S3 ; Ticknor school-house 269; Halleek- 
st nuisance 270, 271 ; South Boston flats 278, 279, 280, 281 ; sewer- 
age 2S9; disposal of Swett-st. property 294, 369, 370; Newbury-st. 
school-house 294, 295; normal school salaries 300, 301,306,307,308, 
309, 315 ; curbing Orchard park 301 ; visiting engine manufactories 
301 ; feme around common 309; watering Columbus ave. 311, 312; 
Mather school-house 314, 318, 430,448; fire apparatus, City Hall 
315; purchase Fort Hill wharf 317; trading on common 323; home 
for poor 355, 387, 388, 409, 519, 520, 529; widening Essex st. 367; 
smallpox hospital 368, 369; repairing fire apparatus 373; hose 
house 12 374; Dorchester branch library 389; reorganization fire 
department 407, 413, 413,415,421; engine-house 25, 410; revision 
city charter 422, 433; water supply 431 ; ferry passes for police 431 ; 
salaries fire commissioners 45S, 459; anniversary of great fire 465, 
466; public parks 482, 504, 507, 551, 554; annexation of Brookline 
4S9; free soup 4°^, 491, 535, 53°. 537- 533,554.555! railroad cross- 
ings, Stoughton st. 495; Broadway bridge 508; public library 566; 
stationary engine license 577; thanks to chairman 578 

1874, qualified! c 1 

appointed: committee on rules and orders a 2; state aid 3; 
armories, city hospital, Faneuil hall, police, public buildings, pub- 
lic grounds, streets, water 7; mayor's address, new post office, to 
nominate supt. common, trustees city hospital 8 ; 4th of July 316; 
funeral N. B. Shurtieff 573 

elected: chairman of board of aldermen a 1; committee on ac- 
counts 2; trustee public library c 10, 14 a 18; park commissioner 
a 102 c 106 



Clark, John T., Alderman, continued. 

remarks: election as chairman a 1; Smith's riding-school 51; 
widening Atlantic ave. 64,65; Boston College petition 65; park 
commission 69; removal of Paddock elms 75, 81, 8S; salary bill 96, 
155, 156, 157; sale of land Eliot st. 123; death of Charles Sumner 
127; Metropolitan stable 139, 173; city horses 158; Water-st. exten- 
sion 168; abatement Appleton St. assessment 204; payment Rich- 
ardson claim 209; public ground expenditures 226; informal meet- 
ings 234; allowance to G.A.R. posts 266, 270; city architect 2S3; 
mutilating common 304; widening Shawmut ave. 336; interest on 
taxes 338, 339; filling South Boston flats 341, 342; sale of Boston 
Post estate 379; uniting Cochituate and Mystic water boards 396, 
399, 400; widening Brattle st. 430; ventilation City hall 44S; cellars 
below grade 495, 496; railroad tracks in State st. 546; feeding 
horses in streets 546; fast driving 561, 562; railroad tracks, Wash- 
ington st. 651, 652, 653; payment for Back Bay streets 697, 698, 
699; extension Congress st. 708; naming post-office square 714; 
extension Swett st. 714^ 719, 720, 721, 722, 723, 724; payment for 
clerical services 741 ; Citizens' Gas Light Co. 745, 746, 750; assist- 
ance in law department 748; paving sidewalk Faneuil Hall 752 

1875, qualified: c 1 

appointed: committee on new charter a 1; state aid 2; Faneuil 
Hall, police, public buildings, public grounds, streets, water, to 
nominate supt. common, supt. public buildings, trustees city hos- 
pital 7; Lexington & Concord celebration 6S; 4U1 July 349; funeral 
Henry Wilson 655 

elected: chairman committee on accounts a 9; trustee public li- 
brary c 23 a 31 

remarks : on election as chairman a 1 ; public parks 15, 64, 65, 72, 
73, 74; water 36; division of wards 3S, 58S, 589; Swett st. 148, 149, 
150, 412, 432, 734, 734ft, 774, 775; constables' salaries 226, 710, 711 ; 
Brighton betterments 241 ; Back Bay streets 398, 416, 417, 4S1, 482, 
496, 497, 516; curb and fence on Tremont st. 419, 509; Madison 
square 499; Bowdoin-st. land damages 499; widening School st. 
640, 641; resignation clerk of committees 642; swing signs 645, 
646; Marcella-st. home 661, 662, 663; J. Jeffries petition 6S2, 683, 
737, 73S; response to vote ot thanks 778, 779 

1876, qualified: c 1 

appointed : committee on common, etc., Faneuil hall and county 
buildings, police, public buildings, streets, water a 1 1 ; to nomi- 
nate trustees city hospital, city surveyor 12; new city charter 13; 
centennial celebrations 14; statue ol Josiah Quincy 14 

elected : chairman a 1 ; committee on accounts 1 ; trustee of public 
library c 29 a 32 

remarks : on election as chairman a 1 ; reduction of commissions 
15; salary bill S2-84; Congress-st. widening 116, 117,227; transfer 
of registration to board of health 181, 1S2; salaries 183,279,281, 
2S2, 301, 302, 3S7; public library building 196, 197; widening Port- 
land st. 212, 252-254; old state house 233, 234, 38S-390; appropria- 
tion bill 244; revision of laws and ordinances 338; regulation of 
cars on circuit 352-354, 368, 370-372; public parks 414, 426-428, 430, 
431; widening South st. 4S4, 4S5 ; proposed public square in 
Brighton 589; police relief association 663; soup for the poor 663- 
665 ; response to vote of thanks 750 

1877, qualified » c 1 

appointed : committee on public grounds, finance, streets, water 
a 8; to nominate superintendent of public lands, city solicitor 8; 
to nominate commissioners ot sinking funds 9; public parks 47; 
constables 6cp; visit to Philadelphia 506 

elected: chairman a 2; committee on accounts 8; trustee public 
library, c 23 a 30 

remarks : on election as chairman a 2; retrenchments in expendi- 
tures 11; annexation of Somerville 20; Union Freight R.R, 46; 
sinking-funds 80,83-86, 106-109, 146-14S, 157, 176179; retrenchments 
in salaries 100; salaries 102, 104-106; Massachusetts Charitable 
Mechanic Association building on common 111-117; '' s *- °f jurors 
157; protection of burial-grounds 157; horse-car tracks on Colum- 
bus ave. 156, 173; system of taxation 175; Marcella-st. home 210; 
play-gmunds 211-214,350; fruit-stands in streets 239,265; 4th of 
July 240; appropriation bill 242-248; boats on public garden 24S; 
East Boston ferries 259, 65S; Eastern ave. 267; Charles-river park 
268; joint rules and orders 279; vacation schools 2S2, 362, 390; 
salary of inspector of provisions 2S5 ; sealer of weights and meas- 
ures 29S, 300, 426, 436, 457, 510; new gas company 318; registrar of 
voters 316, 351 ; refreshment bills 319; salary of inspector of abat- 
toir 320, 334. 336; army and navy monument 322, 616; English 
high and Latin schools 322; dogs in public streets 323; board of 
health 323; public parks 349, 371-374, 37S, 4>7"4 2 3. 474"47 6 . 534, 821 ; 
Mystic-valley sewer 392, 424, 457 ; asphalt pavement 395, 456; build- 
ing Ninth st. 390, 449; Poland & Peabody's omnibus line 400; 
superintendent of permits for occupation of streets, 438; police 
nominations and regulations 457, 613, S40; free ferries 4S9; charges 
against police sergeant Clark 492 ; salary of superintendent of 
public library 470; Commercial-st. widening 507, 629, 839; fire- 
men's vacation 507, 552; Metropolitan R.R. locations, Marlbo- 
rough st. 511-Washington st. 728, 731, S22-Congress st. 746-mill- 
dam 837 ; salary of city engineer 533 ; proposed visit to Philadelphia 
536-53S; horse-car blockade 539, 584,644; Liberty square 551; oc- 
cupation of streets 554; Back Bay improvement 556; improved 
sewerage 577-579; limit of city indebtedness 590; constables 609, 
626; license commissioners 618,643,651; investigation of depart- 
ment of public grounds 65S; Blackstone-squart accident 667; 
wines, etc., at city entertainments 6S6; expenditures for common 
and public grounds 689; vegetable market 716; inspection of bills 
in auditor's office 717; new small-pox hospital 7S1 ; Roxbury canal 
7S7 ; claim of John Raddin S25 ; management of hor. e-railroads 
845; Congress-st. widening S53 



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CLARK AVENUE 



CLIFF STREET 



Clark avenue. 

1878, name : petition a 362 

Clark street. 

1869, building : Peter Walsh a 154 

1870, building : Peter Walsh a 116 
nuisance : abated a 225, 342 
tenement houses : order to vacate a 24S 

1871, nuisance : abated a 119 

1879, nuisance : abated a 8S 

1875, paving : petition a 507 

1876, land : J. F. Gammell a 605 c 615; order to sell lot at cor. Hanover 

st. c 199 a 207 

1877, lamps : petition a 695-refused S54 
1879, claim : John O'Brien a 363 c 372 

Clark street, Dorchester. 



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1877, lamps 
stable 



petition a 593-refused a S54 
W. C. Babcock a 448, 472 



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Clarke, Isaac P., Councilman, Wards 15, 22. 

1875, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on state aid C5; city hospital, lands 10; 
centennial celebration 11 ; Lexington and Concord celebrations 76 

remarks : rules and orders c 17; artillery firing 50; Swett st. 7S, 
86,87,88, 107, 143, 144; division of wards 109, 56S; appropriation 
bill 154; public park 180, 181, 1S2; uniting water boards 232, 233; 
street-sweeping machines 324; city registrar and board of health 
366,390; license law 401 ; vegetable market 469; curb and fence, 
Tremont St. 519; abatement of taxes 541 ; polling-places 630, 631 ; 
Yorktown memorial 713, 731, transportation of voters 716 

1876, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on public lands c 17; to nominate com- 
missioners of Cedar Grove cemetery 30; protection of works of 
art in Faneuil Hall 50; funeral of E. C. Kingsbury 627 

remarks : square on Commonwealth ave. c 72; division of ward 
22,98, in, 132; Boston water board 122, 167; appropriation bill 199, 
201, 204, 241 ; salaries 270; widening Portland st. 286, 2S8; badges 
306 ; vegetable market 332 ; personal explanation relative to badges 
for the common council 334; pay of city laborers 399; paintings in 
Faneuil Hall 416,582,58-1, 599, 600; improved sewerage 437; public 
parks 443, 444, 540; boundary line between Boston and Somerville 
457; school-house at Mt. Pleasant 472; visit to Sudbury river 533; 
tax-titles 5S1 ; Back Bay improvement 597; Standard Laundry 
Machine Company's claim 597; sinking-funds 616; reduction of 
water rates, 636; association for protection of destitute Roman 
Catholic children 643; protection of laborers 644, 645, 707-709; 
mode of decorating seats of deceased members 646 ; sale of Cooper- 
st. armory 671; Swett-st.. extension 672 673-676; assessors plans 
of estates 679, 705; safety of public halls, etc. 6S1 ; grading public 
land, Albany st. 6S9; revised ordinances 689; decoration of his- 
toric points 692,693; false fire-alarms 699; new city charter 712- 
714; additional polling-place in ward 24, 732; street-peddlers 733, 

734 

1877, qualified: c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate city registrar, superintendent 
of public lands c 6; committee on public lands, salaries 7 

remarks : retrenchment in expenditures c 13; election of trustees 
of city hospital 15; badges 23; personal explanation relative to 
salary committee 25; documents for social law library 36; salaries 
and duties of city officers 38, 164, 166, 167, 186; regulations of 
quacks 39; uniform for fire commissioners 49; work for poor citi- 
zens 62, 330; boards and commissions 75, 76, 78, 79; bills for fur- 
nishing supplies 118; Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Asso- 
ciation building on common 125; pensions for police 159; care of 
public grounds 159; new piggery at Deer Island 270; license 
commissioners 287, 352-354; Mystic-valley sewer 308, 428; ventila- 
tion of council chamber 312 ; claim of J. H. Hunneman 3S1 ; salary 
of superintendent of Dover-st. bridge 382, 403; Stony Brook im- 
provement 381, 752; firemen's vacation 3S6; Muddy Brook 3S7; 
Shawmut ave. fire, 408; visit to Sudbury river 4C9; salaries of 
water board employees 467 ; storage of gunpowder 467 ; free ferries 
523; sealer of weights and measures 545; occupation of streets for 
building purposes 547; improved sewerage 561-564,566; city so- 
licitor's rooms 669, 090; stone-cutting at Deer and Rainsford 
islands 748; new small-pox hospital 777; Commercial-st. widen- 
ing 793 ; payment for extra services in assessors' department 803 ; 
reduction of rent to T. W. Carter 803; annual dinner of council 
815; bridge to Squantum 82S, S48 

Clarke, James Freeman, Rev. 

1875, thanks for 4th July oration a 396 c 399 

Clatur, Alfred A., Councilman, Ward 4. 

1871, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee nominate superintendent health c 4; 

paving, surveyor's department 10; 4th July 141; free concert 147; 

Dorchester postal facilities 256 
remarks : engine 4 c 141 ; goods lost in fire al house of correction 

203; superintendent of printing 210; musical festival 220; free 

ferries 325 

1872, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committees to nominate superintendent of health, di- 
rectors public institutions, superintendents bridges C5; committee 
on bridges 5; common, legislative matters, paving 10 



Clatur, Alfred A., Councilman, Ward 4, co7itinued. 

municipal court districts 53 ; addi- 



elected : water board a 30 
remarks: Burrill claim C90; 
tional voting places 392 



Clay avenue. 

1877, buildings : J. Cavanagh a 759, 783 

Clay street. 

1870, stable : J. Gallagher a 93, 108, 109 

1871, tenement-bouse : owner ordered to conform to law a 169 

1878, stable : J. H. Carter a 16S, 184 

1879, stable : James Tunney a 374, 424 

Clayton street. 

1874, building : J. H. Pierce c 576 a 57S, 598 c 601 

1875, building : J. Cavanagh a 308, 323 

1876, sewer : notice of intention to take land a 195-hearinga 225-taking 

from heirs Samuel Clapp, S. B. & J. H. Pierce, G. F. Pierce a 246; 
order of notice a 355,366-order to build a 367-schedule, etc. a 701, 
729 

1877, server: damages, S. B. & J. H. Pierce, petition a 196-refused 

a 266; H. Fifield, assessment abated a 395 
stable : A. H. Holway a 569 

Clerk, City, 

1868, extra clerk-hire : allowance for c 28 

registration voters : evening sessions authorized a 31 
quarterly reports : a 13, 49 c 15, 51 

1869, elected : S. F. McClear}' c 2; payment extra services a 317 c 322 
assistant: petition, for amendment to charter providing for a 14 

c 15; request for ordinance providing for appointment a 81 c 82- 

ordinance reported c 100-passed c 113 a 116 
quarterly reports : a 28 c 32 a 10S cm a 189 c 19S a 273 c 278 
registration voters : evening sessions authorized a 295 

1870, elected : S. F. McClcary c 1 
assistant : C. R. Alley appointed a 12 

registration voters : orders relating to a 257, 25S c 260, 363 a 365 

1871, elected : S. F. McCleary c 2 
assistant : C. R. Alley appointed a 18 

quarterly reports : a 38 c 41 a 127 c 130 a 241 c 251 a 33S c 341 

1872, elected : S. F. McCleary c 2 
assistant : C. R. Alley appointed a 12 

quarterly reports : a 3S c 43 a 131 c 135 a 227 c 231 a 346 c 349 
registration voters : evening sessions, etc. a 2S4 c 290 

1873, elected : S. F. McCleary c 2 
assistant : C. R. Alley appointed c 19 

quarterly reports : a 51 c 59 a 186 c 192 a 326 c 329 a 501 c 509 
vacation : tendered to a 211 ; clerk pro tern, appointed a 2SS 

1874, elected : S. F. McCleary c 2 
assistant : J. T. Priest appointed a 222 

quarterly reports : a 36, 252 c 257 a 471 c 511 a 600 c 602 

1875, elected: S. F. McCleary'c 2 
assistant : J. T. Priest appointed a 4 

quarterly reports : a 36 c 39 a 263 c 271 a 447 c 459 a 622 c 625 

1876, elected : S. F. McCleary c 5 
assistant : J. T. Priest appointed a 12 

quarterly reports : a 62 c 70 a 275 c 283 a 46S c 472 a 603 c 615 

1877, elected : S. F. McCleary c 4 
assistant : J. T. Priest appointed a 9 

clerk-hire : additional allowance requested c 328 a 350-granted 

2363 
quarterly reports : a 64 c 72 a 296 c 308 a 5S5 c 603 a 745, 74S 

1878, elected : S. F. McCleary c 3 
assistant : J. T. Priest appointed a 1 

quarterly reports : a 53 c 57 a 274 c 277 a 490 c 520 a 601 c 612 

1879, elected : S. F. McCleary c 6 
assistant : J. T. Priest appointed a 17 
quarterly reports : a 333 c 337 a 49^ c 505 a 622 c 629 

street railways : directed to appear before legislative committee 
relative to a 696 

Clerk of Committees. {See Committees, Clerk.) 

Cleveland street 

1874, lamp : 



1874, lamp : petition a 609-report no action a 666 
1876, sidewalks : petition a 421-ordered a 449 

Cliff street. 

1869, laying-out : petition a 79 

nuisance : petition abatement a 143-refused a 224 

1870, lamps : petition a 182 

laying-out, widening, extension: petitions a 132, 263; order 
notice a 269-hearing a 2S7-order passed a 332-referred c 333-report 
c 348-order passed c 362; F. D. Osgood, payment, land, etc. a 366 

sewer: petition a 132 

stable : F. O. Clark a 148, 156, 186 

widening: order notice a 159, 171-report, no action necessary 
a 265 

1871, edgestones : ordered a 59 
grading: ordered a 153, 159 

laying-out, widening, extension : payment land, etc., Chris- 
topher Brown a 44, J. G. Calrow a 125, Samuel Hitchcock a 73, 
A. D. Hodges a 81, 89, Fanny Huggins a 29, 32, R. F. G. Lind- 
say a 35, 38, Napier Lothian a 65, D. B. McClenathan a 65, heirs 



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CLIFF STREET 



20, G. W. Stevens a 40, 43, C. B. Wilkins 

der notice a 216, 221-to build a 232, 233-schedule, etc. 

:tc. a 264 
1 . «mig, extension : payment damages, C. F. 

a 62 — J. H. Ryan a 55 ; betterments assessed, A. H. Bix- 
Bradford, J. G. Calrow, T. J. Dunbar, L. H. Holbrook, 

refused 



Cliff street, continued. 

Ellen Marston a 16 
a 292, 298 
sewer : 01 

a 373. 3S4 , , 

sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 264 

1872, laylng-out, widening, extension : payment damages, C. F 

Bradford 

by, C. F. 

heirs of G. W. Messenger, C. B. Wilkins a 400 
railroad: Highland a 177, 1S4, 197 
sewer ; A. H. Bixby, abatement assessment, petition a 77 

a 87 
stable s N. D. Rich a 210, 223 

1873, laying-ont, widening, extension : apportionment and abate- 

ment of betterments: A. H. Bixby, petition a 40-granted a 143 — 
C. F. Bradford, petition a 111-retused a 152 — Christian Brown, 
petition a 51-granted a 143 — Samuel Hit hcock, petition a 40- 
granted a 143 — M.J.Johnson, petition a 27-granteda 143 — Bridget 
Maloney, petition a 63-granted a 143 — heirs of E. M. Marston, pe- 
tition a 40-granted a 143 — B. D. Rich, petition a 51-granted a 143 — 
J. H. Ryan, petition a 27-granted a 143 — G. W. Stevens, granted 
" '43 
Clifford place. 

1870, nuisanee : abated a 221 

stables : J. W. & J. H. Cox a 206, 230; A. C. H. Laws a 229, 240 

Clifford street. 

1868, buildings: Alexander Johnson a 33; A. G. Read a 69 
1809, laying-out : order of notice a 269, 2S1 

1871, stables : A. H. Bragg a 1S4, 197; T. W. & J. H. Cox a 221, 241 ; 

J. F. Forbush a 107, 11S 

1872, edgestones : ordered a 213 
grade : established a 71 
grading: petition a 280 

1873, sewer: petition a 17S; order of notice a 181, 187-order to build 

a 210-schedule, etc. a 420, 444 

1874, sewer : Geo. Davis, petition abatement assessment a 179-refused 

256 
sidewalk : petition a 57S 

1870, edgestones, sidewalks : petition a 511-ordered a 52S 
sewer : petition a 523-order of notice a 537, 550-to build a 553- 

schedule, etc. a 724, 747 
sidewalks : petitions a 492, 523, 535, 562, 572-ordered a 508, 537, 552, 
573, 5S7~schedule a 605 
1878, sewer : S. A. Peck (trustee), et a!., petition damages a675~refused 
a 752 

Clifton place. 

1871, nuisance : abated a 255 
stable : G. P. Merrill a 327, 364 

Clifton street, Dorchester. 

1871, grade : request for establishment c 238 a 240 
stable : W. S. Burnham a 107, 11S 

1873, sewer : order of notice a 384, 39S-to build a 410-scheduIe, etc. a 532, 

547 . . 

1874, extension: communication from street commissioners referred 

a 2S6 c 290-report, order passed to purchase estate of John Haven 
a 320, 33O c 344, 368-estate placed in charge of committee on pav- 



ing c 46S a 471 
abated a 563 



sewer : M. 



G. Fuller, petition abatement assessment a 550- 



1876, extension : Lyman Titus, petition damages c 419 a 432-petition 

payment land, etc. a 421-refused a 566-payment authorized a 662 
grading : ordered a 65 
extension: payment, land, etc., S. A. G. Fuller a 5S3; L. Titus, 

petition a 41-order to pay rescinded a 279 
stables : J. Turner a 412 

1878, extension: M. A. G. Fuller, payment land, etc., order of Aug. 

13, 1S77, rescinded and new order passed a 712 

Clinch school-house. 

1879, erection, request a 263 c 270-ordered a 201 c 306, 319 

1871, erection, change in appropriation a 28 c 30, 36-contract authorized 
a 60 c 61, 70a 

Clinton place. 

1877, lamps : petition a 317, 854 

Clinton street. 




1871, 

187a, 



1874, 

1875, 



Clinton street, continued. 

drainage, grading, gutters, macadamizing, paving : 

ordered a 262 
sidewalks : petition a 476-ordered a 48S-schedule a5n-Josiah and 
Edmund Quincy, assessed a 573 

1877, crossings : petition a 703 

sidewalks : petition a 210-ordered a 226-schedule a 555 
wire rope : remonstrance a 223 

1878, building : Mercantile Wharf Corporation a 272 c 277 a 290 c 201 
crosswalk : ordered a 324 f 
sidewalks : petition a 425 

1879, grading : petition a 204 

lioisting apparatus : Paine & Cottrell a 254 

Clocks, for Signs. 

1875, Congress st. : W. Bond & Son, petition a 633-permit a 686 

Sudbury st. : C. H. Trott, et als., petition a 619-permit a 638 
1878, Devonshire st. : E. R. Frost, petition a 26-refused a 71 
187©, Brattle st. : Marston & Co., petition a 679-permit a 708 

Clocks. {See Bells and Clocks.) 

Clyde street. 

1869, grading, gravel : ordered a 246 

name : petition a 194-named a 215 

paving: petition a 194 
1871 , paving : petition a 357 
1873, paving: ordered a 103 
1878, railroad: Eastern a 447 



Coaches and Omnibuses. 



479. 49°. 7S 2 
(See Omnibuses.) 



Coal. 

1868, scales, petition for use of U. S. Standard a 12 



Coal, 

1808, 

1809, 



1870, 



hoi3ting-beam : John Brown a 2S7, 309 

culvert : petition a 152 

extension : request to report expense a 39 c 43 
1873, paving : petition a 196-ordered a 2SS 

sewer: petition a 196-report no action a 209; between Blackstone 
St. and Merchants' row, petition a 23S-order of notice a 252, 259 

lioisting beam : Bryant & Co. a 29 

grading: payment Old Colony R.R. for gravel a 561; ordered 
a 6S6 

paving : petition a 547 

sewer : order notice a 54S, 5sS-to build a 580 
1870, edgestones: ordered a 262; assessments abated, Josiah & Ed- 
mund Quincy a 573 

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1872, 



1873, 



1874, 



1875, 
7) 



Weighers of. 

appointed: E. G. Brown a 54; J. C. Crofts a 13; A. G. Curtis 
a 46; G. V. Emery a 30; Wm. Fletcher a 3; F. H. Hathaway a 13; 
Samuel Hosea, Jr. a 46; 1. A. Kelly, C. H. Pratt a 3; W. B. Tarl- 
ton a 54; J. M. Thing a 49; G. M. Winslow a 3 

appointed: E. Y. Brown a 84; A. W. Burnham a 167; S. C. 
Burnham a 84; S. S.Atwooda 161; W. H. Carron, Jr. a 121 ; G. 
N. Cook, J. C. Crafts a 84; G. S. J. Crasse a S8; A. A. Curtis, 
Charles Drew a 84; J. H. Eaton a 88; G. V. Emery, Robert Hale, 
C. W. Hartshorn a §4; James Hobson a 223; Samuel Hosea, Jr., 
Wm. Jordan, I. A. Kelly a 84; Patrick Kelly a 161; H. F. Law- 
rence a 84; Peter Morrison a 29, 273; R. G. Morse, C. A. Pratt, 
G. M. Winslow a 84 

oppointed : E. J. Attinelli a 14S; A. W. Burnham a 211; S. C. 
Burnham a 83; A.J. Buswell \ 14S; Newell Butler a 156; PI. S. 
Carbee a 195; J. A. Clark a 156; G. M. Cook a 116; A. A. Curtis 
a 170; Ebenezer Curtis a 191 ; Charles Darrow a 100; G. W. Dis- 
ney a 141 ; J. H. Eaton a 170; J. B. Gibson a 195; J. F. Goss a 93; 
F. M. Hatch a 37; G. F. Hathaway a 100; D. B. Hill a 170; Sam- 
uel Hosea a 170; W. S. Hurd a 141; L. W. Jordan a 122; Wm. 
Jordan a 116; W. M. Kidder a 122; H. T. Lawrence a 100; F. H. 
Lewis a 37; A. J. McAlevey a 122; R. G. Morse, C. H. Moseley 
a 116; Daniel O'Connor a 75 ; H. B. Peekman a 148; Edward Pen- 
dleton a 122; G. A. Poor a 132; G. H. Smith, W. B. Tarlton 
a 170; William Timmins a 156 ; J. H. Tucker a 122; A. J. Wheeler 
a 283; A. S. Wheeler a 122; E. C. Wheeler, A. T. Wilkinson 
a 156 

appointed: W. A. Barnes a 229; G. H. Bates a 268; G. H. 
Bourne a 363; H. E. Bowden a 127; Newell Butler, A. C. Curtis 
a 167; Ebenezer Curtis a 241 ; Timothy Daley a 127; C. A. Fiske 
a 213; Charles Freeman a 95 ; J. T. Goss a 127; Andrew Hall, F. 
M. Hatch a 268; John Hosea a 184; Samuel Hosea a 134; F. H. 
Lewis a 307; C. H. Moseley a 207; J. T. Plumer a 127; A. J. 
Wheeler a 87; J. C. Whitney a 357; C. E. Whittredge a 115 

appointed: G. H. Bourne a 402; E.J. Belcher a 341 ; Newell But- 
ler a 183; Joseph Callahan a 297; H. W. Crafts a 37; Ebenezer 
Curtis a 297; A. S. Dodge a 203; Daniel Driscoll a 152; G. E. 
Frost a 12; Matthew Gannett a 152; D. C. Gardner a 310; Samuel 
Hosea a 162; G. G. Joyce, Patrick Kelly a 233; C. H. Moseley 
a 239; Alfred Perkins a 139; Jonas Pierce a 20; W. H. Porter 
a 131 ; J. C. Robinson a 139; G. A. Soule a 12, 2S; Homer Wel- 
lington a 131 

appointed : D. E. Adams a 63, 72; J. B. L. Bartlett a 178; Newell 
Butler a 238; D. S. Campbell a 139; J. A. Clark a 428; G. W. 
Coneva35o; Ebenezer Curtis a 277; R. C. Fanning a 441 ; G. E. 
Frost a joi; Robert Hale a 258; G. M. Hamilton a 72; F. M. 
Hatch a 101 ; Samuel Hosea, Jr. a 160; F. H. Lewis a 101 ; John 
McNaughton a 467; G. W. Morse a 41S; C. H. Moseley a 350; 
James Regan a 277; C. H. Sawyer a 305; G. A. Soule a S9, 149; 
Joseph Thomas a 19 

appointed: Morton Alden a 426; J. D. L. Bartlett a 539; E. Y. 
Brown a 313; Wm. Bunton a 505; Newell Butler a 351; O. R. 
Cooper a 15; J. T. Dalrvmple a 426; G. P. Dodge a 236; J. S. 
Gardner a 236; W. T. Gardner a 28; A. H. Gibby a 2S2; W. A. 
Hammond a 299; J. K. Leland a 483; F. H. Lewis a 251; G. B. 
Lewis a 28; S. P. Moody a 203; C. H. Moseley a 525; Frederick 
Munroe a 203; Dennis O'Leary a 251; R. P. Paula 220; John 
Sanborn, J. C. Whitney a 251 

appointed: J. G. Abbott, jr. a m; Newell Butler a 345; J. J. 
Callahan a 527 ; ]. A. Clark a 393 ; J. E. Cousens a 451 ; J. B. Dana 
a 34s; G. P. Dodge 3451; A. H. Gibby a 292; C. A. Grant a 436; 



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Coal, Weighers of, continued. 

A. P. Greene a 507; William Jordan a 436; John Kelly a 30S; 
Frederick Munroe a 436; R. G. Morris a 345 ; R. G. Morse, C. H. 
MoseleyaS47; Gardner Prouty a 201; James Tobin a 278; O.J. 
Wood a 13 

1876, appointed: D. D. Adams a 133; Morton Alden a 447; J. B. 

Bartlett a 153 J Newell Butler a 347 ; A. D. Chandler a 404 ; C. A. 
Conant a 11; A. A. Curtis a 153; D. C. Gardner a 153; W. T. 
Gardner a 562; C. A. Grant a 464; R. D. Hall a 476; Samuel 
Hosea, Jr. a 385 ; Jeremiah Howe a 273; T. G. Joyce a 153; John 
Lewis a 347; R. G. Morris a 366; J. E. A. Mulliken a 509; F. C. 
O'Brien a 38$; W. H. Porter a 62S; Wm. Seiberlich 3385; A. H. 
Stowell a 476; W. O. Wiley a 273 ; O. T. Wood a 99 

1877, appointed: D. E. Adams a 223; Morton Alden a 296; Newell 

Butler a 411; G. P. Dodge a 80; R. C. Fanning a 569; J. S. Gard- 
ner a 146; Freeman Haskell a 505 I Samuel Hosea, Jr. a 468; Jere- 
miah Howe a 316; John Kellv a 569; John Kelly, Jr. a 80; James 
Kennedy a 781; W. K. Marsh a 432; John McNaughton'a 569; 
R. G. Morse a 223 ; C. H. Moseley a 41 ; J. E. A. Mulliken a 4S3 ; 
W. H. Porter a 483 ; Gardner Prouty a 505 ; O. J. Wood a 100 

1878, appointed : D. E. Adams a 183 ; F. F. Barron a 167 ; J. J. Callahan 

a 67, J. A. Clark a 183; J. E. Cousens a 194; J. M. Dean a 479; 
A. L. Drury 3460; F. C. Dunlap a 397; W. S. Durkee a 490; J. H. 
Eaton a 126; W. T. Gardner a 397; Samuel Hosea, jr. a 397; 
W. B. Hughes a 621 ; John Kelly, Jr. a 1S3; R. G. Morse a 145; 
C. H. Moseley a 37; F. C. O'Brien a 145; G. H. Pike a 17; G. W. 
Sherman a 621; J. P. Stewart a 37 ; A. H. Stowell a 81; C. T. 
Sylvester a 272; James Tobin a 194; J. C. Whitney a 490; A. F. 



1879, appointe 



T. Barron a 347 ; F. T. Barron a 363 ; M. Barry 



a 622, 668; J. J. Callahan a 223; H. C. Carbee a 375, 495; A. A, 
Curtis a 495; W.J. Foster 3622; A. P. Greene 3347; E. S. Harris 
a 374; S. Hosea, jr. a 303, 325; C. D. Jordan 3613; T. G.Joyce 



Williams a 167 
d: E. 

Callahan a 

r . J. Foster a 

a, jr. a 303, 32c 
a 30; P. J. Kelley a 622, 66S; J. Kelly a 592; C. P7'Lyford a 303; 
J. McGahey a 622, 668; J. McNaughton a 592; H. Mooring a 622, 
668; R. G. Morse a 68, 223; C. H. Moseley a 68; F. C. O'Brien 
a 68, 223; A. O'Connor 3613, 622; H. L. Porter a 613 ; J. R. Rooks 
a 613, 622; J. S. Sanborn a 613; J. Spane 3495; W. G. Starrett 
a 592; J. P. Stewart a 325; M. Wade a 622, 668; A. F. Williams 
a 363; P. B. Wynne a 597 

Coal, Weighing and Measuring. 

1870, more uniform system of, petition a 21 ; complaint against Batchelder 

Brothers for short weight a 237 

Coal elevators. 

1876, Causeway st. : D. Roby & Son, petition c 320-permit a 33S c 342 

Coal-holes. 

I860, Eaton st. : order passed to recover a 117 

1871, rules 3nd regulations concerning, amended a 159 

Coal oil and Petroleum. (See Petroleum.) 

Coasting in public streets. (See under names of streets.) 

Cobb, Samuel C, Alderman. 

1868, remarks : hack fares a 14; sale of ashes 59; Atlantic ave. 66; vote 
of thanks to mayor 89 

Cobb, Samuel C, Mayor. (See also Major.) 

1874, inaugurated c 1 

1875, inaugurated c 1 

1876, inaugurated c 1 

Cobb street. 

1870, laying-out, widening and extending : order of notice a 269, 

286-order passed a 331 c 333, 348; W. S. White, estate purchased 
a 359 c 360 

1871, grading : B. C. White, payment estate taken c 219 a 222 

1874, edgestones, gutters, sidewalks, macadamizing : ordered 

a 43°. 434; schedule, etc. a 491 ; petition J. J. Williams for abate- 
ment of assessment a 539-refused a 767 

Cobden street. 

1871, grade : established a 2S0, 288 

1872, Tamps : petition 3 291 

1873, cesspools: ordered 3 419, 429 

1875, sewer 1 order notice a 322, 332-to build a 422 

1877, stable : W. B. Qnigley a 44S, 472 

Cochituate Lake. (See Water.) 
Cochituate Water Board. (See Water.) 
Codman avenue. 

1868, lamps : petition a S-repart inexpedient 3 51 

1869, lamps : petition 3 219 

Codman park. 

1870, name : petition a 141-named a 151 

1873, stable : E. J. Ellingwood a 160, 169, 189, 209 

1875, sewer: order notice 3322, 332; order notice on taking land 3375, 
410-land taken, S. M. Allen a 422-to build 422 



Codman park, continued. 

1877, stable : Thomas Cary a 483, 646 

1878, edgestones, grading : petition a 287-ordered a 593 
grading : J. Swanburg, petition damages a 64S-refused a 697 

1879, edgestones: assessment changed, Morse-Wilbur a 120; A. M. 

Skinner, petition abatement a 223-abated a 256 
sidewalks : petition a 303-ordered a 335 

Codman street. 

1870, building : J. J. Burchard a 156 

land : purchased of J. & R. Hutchinson a 308 

1871, reservoir : petition c 259 a 261 
railroad : Old Colony & Newport a 349 c 363 

187.1, stable: M. M. Barry a 111, 151 

1874, railroad: Old Colony & Newport 3491 

1879, stable : H. L. Pierce a 495, 516 

Codman-street School-house. 

1872, land purchased a 244 c 247 

Coe, Henry F., Councilman, Ward 23. 

1877, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate 3uditor of accounts c 6; on 
public instruction 7; special committee on public parks 26 

elected : committee on finance c 5 a 8 

remarks: sinking-funds c 122; salaries of city officers 183; appro- 
priation bill 230, 234; second assistsnt assessors 270, 286; police 
for license commissioners 354; Stony Brook improvement 381, 
718; Adams school-house 466; public parks 47S, 524-527 ; vacstion 
of firemen 541 ; additionsl 3ppropriation for common 634; inspec- 
tor of buildings 724; new small-pox hospital 777; condition of 
school-houses 779 

1878, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on mayor's address c 2; to nominate com- 
mittee on finance 6; public instruction, public parks, nominate 
auditor of accounts 7 ; vegetable market 73-declined 8S 
elected : committee on finance c 12; trustee public library a 17 c 22 
remarks : joint rules and orders c 13 ; Mass. Charitable Mechanics' 
Association building 103, 104, 143; appropriation for schools 121; 
Back Bay park 125; superintendents of bridges 153; public parks 
166; Roxbury canal 164; appropriation bill 160; additional water- 
supply 225; errors in balloting 285; claims of W. Roxbury labor- 
ers 302,353; protection Jamaic3 pond 308; purchase Long island 
310, 31 1, 328; sewer and sidewalk 3ssessments 314, 315 ; premiums 
on loans 316, 317; summer vacation 422; committee on police de- 
partment 577, 57S; voting precincts, wards 23, 24, 25, 619, 620, 635; 
E. Chester park 631 ; Stony Brook 6SS, 6S9; annual dinner 746 

1879, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee to nominate committee on accounts C5; 
overseers of poor, public library, to nominate commissioners of 
sinking fund 12; on water income 285; pay of laborers 651 

elected : committee on finance c 7, 10 a 14 

remarks: joint rules and orders c 4,22, 23,25; rules of council 
19, 21 ; new court house 64, 65 67; city messenger 80, 81 ; city sur- 
veyor 80; public parks 116, 117; supt. of streets 159; 4th of July 
203; board of supply 219; Law dept 219; salaries of city officers 
247-251 ; pay of laborers 252; improved sewerage 274; appropriation 
bill 290, 296, 297; Kemp-st. sewer 362; adjournment without a 
quorum 401, 432, 453; removal of loam from Sudbury-river basins 
489; ward-rooms for political meetings 562; intermural interments 
587, 63S; trustees of public library 676; Eaton square 6S9; water 
sinking fund 732 

Coffee court. 

1873, stable: Baylies Sanford a 219 

1877, stables : C. Illegun 3657; C. Meg3n a 6S2 

Coffey street. 

1878, name : petition a 194 

Colby, John F., Councilman, Ward 18. 

1878, qualified: c 1 

appointed : committee on joint and common council rules and 
orders c 2 ; judiciary, nominate city solicitor, ordinances 7 ; Massa- 
chusetts Charitable Mechanics' Association building 57; investi- 
gation East Boston ferries 351 

remarks : police and fire commission c 59; Massachusetts Chari- 
table Mechanics' Association exhibition 142, 143, 175, 176; chain 
cable factory 212; non-resident employees 245, 70S, 710; directors 
ferries 312, 313; grading Huntington ave. 328; claims W. Roxbury 
lsborers 352; S. Boston branch library 392, 393; police commis- 
sioners 46S, 471, 472; Stonv Brook 663, 674, 686, 687, 688 

1879, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on survey and inspection of buildings, to 
nominate trustees of public library c 12; charter and commissions, 
ordinances 2S; water income 285 

remarks: joint rules and orders c 4, 22; tunnel to East Boston 
63,64; new court house 65 ; city messenger 80; superintendent of 
public grounds 93,94; public parks 117; superintendent of bridges 
138; deep-water wharves 173; law department 217, 219, 662; incor- 
poration of city hospital 220; salaries of city officers 244; locks 
for common council desks 323 ; Burrill claim 340, 341 , 344, 353, 356, 
632, 633, 651, 666; music on E. Boston fenies, 4th of July 42S; visit 
to Sudbury river 431 ; Moses Kimball's gift 444; Harris estate 490; 
intermural interments 5S7, 5S9; Back Bay park 648, 649; Corey 

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Cole, Albert F., Councilman, Ward 7. 

I860, qualified : c i 

appointed : committee on surveyor's department c 10 

Cole, Milford J., Councilman, Ward 5. 

1869, qualified : c i 

appointed : committee on state aid c 3; fuel 10; nominate harbor 
master 11 ; Humboldt festival 209 



•World's Peace 



Coliseum. (See National Peace Jubilee; 
Jubilee.) 

Collector, City, Department of. 

1875, collector: act to establish office (c. 176, 1875), accepted a 264, 26S 
c 2S1 ; committee to nominate a 264, 26S c 281-report a 356 c 359- 
Thomas Sherwin elected a 356-discussion c 381-J. W. Ricker 
elected c 383-Thos. Sherwin elected a 393 c 399; order to report 
salary and clerk-hire a 264, 268 c 2Si-report, salary established 
a 295, 308 c 311, 325; bond approved a 436 

deputy collectors : order passed to petition for authority to pay 
salaries to a 32, 36 c 39; examination of accounts a 94; report on 
salaries a 4^53 c 459, 472 a 517-order to pay $1,700, rejected a 527, 
52S-reconsidered, discussion, salary established at $1,600 a 563, 
c 565; bond approved a 112; petition for fees collected prior to re- 
organization c 629 a 633-report a 764-discussion, order to pay 
passed a 765, 766 c 769-vetoed a 772-discussion, order rejected a 773 

office hours : request to establish a 466 c 468-ordinance reported 
a 639-recommitted a 656 c 668-new draft (CD. 121) a 688-passed 
a 736 c 744 

ordinance : reported (C.D.80) a 336-amended (C.D.S2) a 346- 
passed a 358 c 360 

water-accounts : order relative to adjusting- a 54.9. c 551-report 

a 559> 577 c 59° 
187©, collector : Thomas Sherwin elected c 373 a 386; annual report 
referred c 318 a 322-report of examination c 401 a 405 ; order rela- 
tive to amending ordinance concerning bonds c 365 a 366 

deputy collectors : order to petition for authority to pay back 
fees tabled c o-rejected c 264; order relating to appointment of 
clerk of East Boston ferries a 77 c 86 

clerk-hire : extra allowance for a 703 c 705 

sales of land : collector to report details to assessors a 250 c 255 

1877, collector: committee to nominate c 6 a 9; Thomas Sherwin 

nominated and elected c 445 ; annual report referred c 357 a 303- 

report of examination c 445 a 449; bond approved a 745 
deputy collectors : report no further action on petition for pav- 

ment of back fees a 149 c 158; petition increase of salary a 767 

C770 
cleric-hire : extra allowance for a 280, c 286, 310, S35 a S40 
tax sales : payment distributing notices of a 617 c 620, 635 

1878, collector : committee to nominate cj ng; Thomas Sherwin nomi- 

nated and elected a 363 c 389; bond approved a 604; annual report 
c 300 a 303-report of examination c 37S a 3S4 

deputy collectors : petition for payment of back fees a 272- 
referred to committee on claims c 314 a 319-report c ^o-order to 
pay discussed, passed c 612-615-motion to reconsider rejected 
c 619-order tabled a 621-discussed, passed a 645-647; appropriation 
c 695 a 695 

appropriation : request for additional (C.D.S2) a 604 c6i2-report 
a 622-transfer authorized a 63S c 663, 667 

collection of taxes : order passed to print chap. 266, acts of 1S7S, 
c 302 a 303-report (C.D.45; a 317 c 318; committee requested to re- 
port ordinance to carry act into effect a 325 c 32S 

night duty : payment deputies and clerks for c 703 a 711 

tax sales : payment for posting notices c 703 a 711 

uncollectible taxes : order to petition for legislation referred 
a ii c 12-report, order passed a 2S c 30 

■water-rates : employment of extra clerk authorized c 25, 31 a 37 
C302, 311 3319 

1879, collector : committee to nominate c 5 a 14 c 12 a 13 ; Thomas Sher- 

win elected a 370 c 373, 3S0; annual report referred c 360 a 365-re- 
port of examination a 437 c 440 
deputy collectors : payment for horse-hire in Brighton, Dor- 
chester, and West Roxbury a 552 c 562; use of council ante-room 
allowed c 401 ; 
appropriation : request for additional (CD. 94) c 532 a 536- 

granted c 550 a 552 
night duty : payment deputies and clerks for a 670 c 675, 6S2 
real estate : taken for non-payment of taxes, sale authorized 

c 138, IS5 a 169 
uncollectible bills : cancellation authorized a 670 c 675 
■water-rates : employment of extra clerk authorized a 552 c 562 

I Collins, John W. 
1870, special committee appointed to investigate fraudulent transactions 
in treasury department c 16-referred to committee on treasury 
department a 17 c 19-report and order relative to defalcation a 45, 
46-recommitted a 46 c 4S-report a 53, 54 c 56 

Collins, Michael D., Councilman, Ward 2. 

1874, qualified : c i 

appointed: committee on state aid c 4; nominate trustees city 

hospital 6; legislative matters 13 
remarks : license for Walcott's hotel c 543 

1875, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee nominate committee on finance c 2; 
nominate weighers, etc., lighters 6; common, fire department 10 



Collins, Patrick, Councilman, Ward 2. 

187U, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate engineers fire department 
c 5; fire-alarms 10 
I87JI, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee to nominate ballast inspectors c 6; East 
Boston ferries, fire-alarms 17 

Colony place. 

1875, grading : John Corcoran refused abatement of assessment a 736 
1879, land : Union Institution for Savings a 613 c 61S a 742 c 748 

Colony street. 

I8O8, extension : petition a 6o-refused a 83 
18©9, building : Christopher Lee a 64 

laying out : order notice a 227-hearing a 242-order passed a 246; 

Daniel Deveney, payment land, etc. a 246 
sewer: order notice a 253-hearing a 25S-to build a259-schedule, etc. 
a 320 

1870, edgestones : ordered a 144 
grade : established a 202 
grading : petition a 122-ordered a 135 
nuisance : abated a 304, 310 
paving: petition a 206 c 215 

1871, edgestones : assessment abated, Old Colony & Newport R.R. 

a 292, 29S 
laying out : O. C. & N. R.R. payment land, etc. a 52 
stable : L. H. Jones a 115, 161, 167, 197 
1879, sidewalks : petition a 415, 653-ordered a 43S, 669 
stable : L. H.Jones a 310 

Columbia street. 

187-4, closed: during demolition of Columbia building a 380 
stationary engine : H. & F. L. Lee, a 429, 471, 506 

Columbia street, Dorchester. 

1870, building : A. Lowe a 237 
grading : ordered a 268 
lamps : petition a 302-referred a 309 
stable : A. Lowe a 229, 240 
stone wall : order to set back a 26S 
straightening: petition a 141 
widening : order of notice a 240, 254-order passed a 258 

1872, grading: petition a 274 

stables : J. B. O'Callahan a 375, 419; Henry Smith a 233, 236 
187:8, edgestones : petition a 186-ordered a 295 
stable : F. O. Clark a 277, 306 
widening : payment land and damages, M. P. Wilder a 250 

1874, edgestones, sidewalks: schedule, etc. a 623 

stables: George Clark, Jr. a 36, 4S, 525, 545; Wm. F. Wheeler a 299, 

317 
widening : removal of obstructions ordered a 516 

1875, building : F. W. Webster a 47S c 483, 554 a 559 
edgestones : petition a 319 

grading: C. E. Badlam, petition damages a 1S8, 345-refused 

a 222, 734c 
sewer : petition a 3iS-change of reference a 350 
stable : S. B. Pierce a 507, 533 

widening : J. C. O'Callahan, payment damages a 21 
187©, laying out and widening: payment land, etc., S. B. Pierce 
a 566 

1877, stables : A. Morse a6Si, 69S; J. C. O'Callahan a 611, 761, 781, 796 

1878, grade : established a 252, 324 
grading : petition a 303 

relocation : payment damages, A. Morse, H. Smith a 305 

1879, claim : H. H. Wilder a 534 c 544 

edgestones : petition a 402-ordered a 525-schedule, etc. a 661 
grade : established a 708 

railroad: Highland a 18S, 223, 256, 2S1, 305, 334 
relocation: payment land, etc., S. Atherton a 643, O. P. Coe 
a 681, R. S. Lowe a 657, M. P. Wilder a 643 

Columbus avenue. 

1868, building : James McNeal a 49 

extension: Feidinand to Church St., order of notice a 23, 27- 
order passed a 28-referred c 28, 32-report, order passed c 36 

1869, buildings : James McNiel a 134, 267; Tolman & Hunting a 88 
cesspools : petition a 267-ordered a 282 

crossings : ordered a 282 

lamps : petition a 241 

laying out and extension: Northampton to Ferdinand St., 
order of notice a 165, 174-order passed a 264; order to assume bet- 
terments in settlement with B. & P. R.R. for extension to Park 
square a 193; W. Chester park to Dartmouth st. petition, a 41; 
petition, acceptance of certain streets crossing ave. a 219 

1870, buildings : M. M. Allen a 326; J. L. Ellingwood a 245 ; H. Flood 

a 156; R. McKay a 245; T. S. Manahan 3217; G. VV. Meserve 

a 302,326; G. W. Pope, S. M. & J. W. Shapleigh, S. Stubbs a 211 ; 

W. F. Wentworth a 30S 
cesspools, crossings : ordered a 109 
edgestones: ordered a 109, 118 
extension : petition a 17-committee to inquire and report expedif. 

ency of a 159, 160-report a 340, 341 ; communication from Pres. o- 

B. & P. R.R. a 340, 341 
fences : ordered a 213, 268 



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Columbus avenue, continued. 

grade : established a 22 

grading: ordered c 203 a 208, 213 

gravel : ordered a 213, 26S 
, laying out : cor. Chandler st. petition a 182 

paving : petitions a 75, 116, 211c 215, 295-ordered a IC9, 213 

plank walk : petition a 163-ordered a 213, 268 

railroad : for filling Suffolk-st. district, remonstrance a 237 c 242 

repairs : ordered c 203 a 208 

sewers : abutters to connect a m-schedule, etc. a 63; assessments, 
order to pay to Water Power Co. a8S; assessments abated: un- 
named persons a 96, E. W. Cobb a 134, M. H. Crowell a 209, C. 

F. Geist a 160, Minerva Knight, R. B. Leuchars a 134, J. J. Mc- 
Nutt a 145, M. F. Smith a 134, T. F. Temple a 14;, Richard 
Tucker a 317, J. F. Wilson a 145; assessments changed, Crowell- 
Tuttle a 209; postponement, collection, Richard Leeds, petition 
a 163-refused a 195 

1871, claim : G. H. Gay a 79 c 82 a 100 c 103 

edgestones : ordered a 152 

extension : to Park square, order to confer with B. & P. R.R. 
Company relative to purchasing property a 60 c 61-report a 143- 
order to purchase discussed, passed a 150-assigned c 171, 182-dis- 
cussed, passed c 203-contract with B. & P. R.R. authorized 
(CD. 78) a 272-amended c 286 a 28S; resolve and order, remon- 
strance a 387-hearing a 395-order passed a 396 c 405; to Tremont 
St., request to consider expediency c 343, 353 a 35S; to Parker St., 
request to consider expediency c 35s, 366 a 373 

land : John Simmons c 276, 2S3 a 288 

nuisance : abated a 152 

sewer : assessments abated : E. W. Cobb a 128, C. F. Austin, Mar- 
tin Beatty, J. H. Fowler, F. A. Hawley, E. W. Hayden, A. L. 
Holman, Catherine Lord, Granville Perry, M. A. T. Plummer, 

G. D. Vaughan, H. H. & N. O. Whitcomb a 137 
sidewalk : schedule, etc. a 45, 144, 217 

1873, extension: to Ruggies St., request for estimate referred c 279 
a 281 
grade : petition a 20; established a 62 
land : Boynton Bros, c 295 a 363 c 365 
railroad : Metropolitan a 341, 363, 3S4, 399 
stable : Richard Twiss a 113, 123 

1873, discontinuance : between Providence st. and Park square 

petition, a 247 c 253-report a 372 c 375 

extension : petition B. & P. R.R. for second instalment payment 
land a 17S c iS2-order to pay c 185-discussed, tabled c 192, 193- 
discussed, rejected c 204, 205-proposal withdrawn a 20S c 212; 
notices to quit a 201 ; request for additional appropriations a 249 
c 253-granted a 259 c 274; removal of obstructions a 3S3 ; payment 
land, etc., B. & P. R.R. a 25S c 264, N. A. Thompson a 465, 467 

grading, gravelling : ordered a 263 

land : uoynton Bros, c 485 a 4S9, 516 c 521 

paving : ordered a 179 

railroad : Metropolitan a 11 1, 137, 161 

sidewalks : petition a 42S-schedule, etc. a 513, 535 

watering : petition a 300-ordered a 312 

1874, extension : to Park square, payment land, etc., F. S. W. Browne 

a 20, E. L. Francis a 666, 677, 694, 751 ; to Tremont and Parker 
streets, order to report cost c 135 a 136 

land: at junction of Pleasant and Eliot streets, set apart for pub- 
lic ground c 217 a 222, 241 c 245 ; Boynton Brothers a 567 c 575 
a 613 c 616 

paving : ordered a 342, 352 

plank -walk : petition a6S7 

railroad : Metropolitan a 460, 56S, 608, 622, 642 

sidewalks : schedule, etc. 349s 

watering: petition a 220-ordered a 270; order for increased 
allowance, assigned a 450-passed a 457 

1875, cellar : A. Avery, petition a 203 
claim : Mary Lynch a 558 c 565 a 764 
closed : temporarily a 351 

edgestones : petitions a 145, 346-ordered a 357, 517-schedule, etc. 

a6S7 
extension : payment land, etc., Jeffrey Richardson, L. H. Spooner 

a 94, in ; request for additional appropriation referred c 105 a 1 11— 

report, transfer authorized c 119 a 122; betterment abated, C. 

Nowell a 597 
land : Boynton Brothers a 680 c 691 a 723 c 726 
lantern : J. W. Bartlett a 574 
paving : petition a 145-ordered a 517 
railroad : Metropolitan a 239, 264, 307, 433, 436 
sidewalk : petitions a 574, 596-ordered a 597, 622 
"watering : ordered a 280 

1876, claims : J. A. Black a 483 c 499, 552 a 554; Lewis Hall c 673 a 6S3 

728 c 732 
edgestones, gutters : ordered a 262 
land : Boynton Brothers a 603 c 615 a 702 c 705 
macadamizing : ordered a 262 

railroads: Highland a 62S, 651, 683, 701 ; Metropolitan a 6S3 
sidewalks : petition a 464-ordered a 468 
sign : E. Steimle a 562, 5S8 c 597 

1877, bridge : petition, adoption of " deck pattern " a 223-report inex- 

pedient a 265; closing ordered a 536; rebuilding ordered a 536 

claim : W. H. Farley c 5S a 64 

crossings : petition a sS5-refused a 596 

edgestones : ordered a 5S7 

grade : petition a 223-ordered a 265 

paving: petitions a 100, 223; order to use granite or asphalt, dis- 
cussed, recommitted a 395 -39S; order to pave with asphalt a 437- 



Columbus avenue, continued. 

communication from asphalt paving companies, discussion, order 

passed a 451-456; order to report cause of delay c 701 
railroads : Highland a 19, 52. 54, 65, 69, 134, 135, 149, 155, 157, 172, 

>74> 594. 651 ! Metropolitan a 19. 52, 54, 135, 210, 226, 277, 321 
sidewalks : petition a 725 ; ordered a 580, 5S7, 761 ; schedule, etc. 

a 682 

1878, claim : G. M. King c SS a 95 c 329 a 338 
improvements : petition a 273 

lamps : petitions a 81, 591, 648-ordered a 752 

land : Boynton Brothers a 194, 251 c 258; Mass. Char. Mech. Asso. 

a 97 c 104, 140, 142, 144 a 145, 146, 275 
paving : ordered a 4S8 
railroads : Highland a 129, 145, 250, 429, 447, 449, 479, 483, 492, 495, 

493, 499. 513. 5 ! 7> S!8; Metropolitan a 129, 145,318,343,397,401, 

426, 427, 428, 429, 447, 449, 479, 4S3, 492, 495, 49S, 499; South Boston 

a56S, 627, 65S, 661, 753, 757 
sidewalks : petition a 273, 601-ordered a 605 
watering: petitions a 145, 148, iS3, 194-refused a 229; licenses 

granted a 230 

1879, building: S. Cabot, et at. a 223 c 238 

claims : D. Killrith a 679 c 6S2 a 722 c 731 ; A. M. Robertson a 139 
c 150 a 376 c 3S0 

guy-rope : W. S. Cogswell a 672, 699 

hitching-post : M. L. Keith a 622 

lamps : ordered a 705 

land : cor. Eliot and Pleasant sts., sale authorized a 370, 376 c 380; 
cor. Park sqr. and Pleasant st,, report and order to put in order 
for emancipation statue a 501, 502; Mass. Charitable Mech. Asso- 
ciation, notice to remove buildings, etc. a 230 

railroads: Highland a 183, 592, 615, 669, 692-695, 703, 704; Metro- 
politan a8S, 145, 193, 194, 256, 2S1, 3°5"3°7> 334. S9 2 > 6l S» °&» 692- 
695, 703, 704; South Boston a 493 

stable : Metropolitan R.R. a 672, 681 

Columbus-avenue Bridge. 

1877, rebuilding: petition, adoption " deck pattern " bridge a 223-report 
inexpedient a 265; rebuilding ordered a 536 

Columbus court. 

1877, lamps : petition a 703 

Columbus place. 

1809, named : a 215 

Columbus square. 

1871, name : petition a 71-named a 90 
1875, closed: temporarily a 351 

Columbus street, Dorchester. 

1873, surface-water : J. C. O'Callahan, petition damages a 249 
1873, surface-water : J. C. O'Callahan, report, no action, on petition 
a 270 

Comins School District. 

1878, additional primary accommodations, request c 203 a 207-ordered 

a 295 c 296 

1875, additional primary accommodations, request a 59-ordered c 276, 281 

a 293, 310; request primary school a 637 c 648-ordered a 702, 713; 
retaining wall, order to build a 44S, 717 

Comins School-house. 

1868, repairs, order to procure plans and estimates c 12 a 12 

1869, grading, paving, furniture, appropriation c 297, 308 a 313 
privies, petition relocation a 147 c 151-refused c 160 a 164 
repairs, authorized c 171, 177 a 180 

1873, new building, request a 389 c 393-report, plans, etc., ordered a 399, 
492 c 41 1 

1876, privies, relocation ordered c 403, 417 a 432 

Commerce street. 

1871, extension: resolve and order referred (C.D.42) a 148, c' 154-report, 
order rejected a 168 c 170 

1873, extension: request for estimate referred c 27 a 20-report, order 

passed a 39 c 43-resolve and order (CD. 29) referred a 68 c 74-peti- 
tion speedy action a 68 c 74, 75 a 77-report, resolve and order passed 
c 83-tabled a S5-rejected a 103 

1874, extension: resolve and order assigned a 695-passed a 7080725; 

betterments assumed a 708 c 725, 761 

1875, extension : payment land, etc., proprietors T wharf a 438 
boisting-beams : S. G. Bowdlear & Co., Eustis & Darling, Gard- 
ner Stone & Co a 452, 467; Wright & Whitcomb a 447 

sewer : order notice a 263, 278-order to build a 297-schedule, etc., 
a 752, 763 

1876, edgestones, sidewalk: petition a 294-ordered a 311 
paving, cesspools : ordered a 311 

sewers : assessment changed, proprietors T-wharf-proprietors 

Long wharf a 195; petition 243-order to build 277 
sidewalks : assessments a 511 

Commercial court. 

1879, grading: M. E. Parks, payment land, etc. a 574 

Commercial Point. 

1871, stable : W. H. Floyd a 125, 136 

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Commercial-Point Bridge. 

1873, repairs : closed for a 30, 103 
1875, rebuilding : ordered a 582 

Commercial Point and Squantum. 

1877, new bridge between, petition a 611-order passed requesting' street 
commissioners to consider expediency a 61 i-amended, passed C621 
a 626, 627-report a 69S c 701 ; order passed to petition for authority 
to build a S24-referred to next city council c 82S-tabled a 84S 

Commercial street. 

1868, railroad: Marginal freight a 31 

1869, buildings : Frederick Balch a 13S ; D. H. Jacobs a 143 ; H. Snelling 

& Co. a 167 
claim : John Pierce a 267 
sewer : order notice a 165, i6S-to build a 175-payment expense a 193 



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stable : Howard Snelling & Co. a 1 

1870, buildings : Adams & Barstow a 

Boyd a 156; A. H. Glover a 5S 
claim : Augustus Barrett c 16 a 17 
nuisance: abated a 214, 221, 2S9 
railroad : Metropolitan a 256 
widening : petition a 43 

1871, nuisance : abated a 102 

stationary engine : Swan, Earle, & Co. a 345,363, 374 

1872, building : Butler & Co. a 384 c 392, 407 a 413 
nuisance : abated a 224 

railroads: Marginal Freight a 6, 20,45,51,55; Union Freight 

a 239 
stationary engine : W. G. Bell & Co. a 203, 222, 228 

1873, stable : John Barry a 9, 33 
paving : ordered a 221 

1874, lioisting-beam : Cowen & Chessman a 29; J. L. Mills & Son 

a 189; J. L. Wells a 208; Wiggin & Robinson a 30 
paving : ordered a 342, 352 
stable : W. Burnett & Co. a 115, 136, 153. 

1876, claim : E. T. Jordan a 572 c 5S1 a 6S7 c 6S9 
sign : Hinckley Bros. & Co. a 385 
stable : G. W. Carter a 572, 5S7 

1877, claim : M. McNamee a 100 c 118 
crossings : petition a 703 

railroads : Metropolitan a 80, 101, 171, 338, 363, S20; Union Freight 
a 695, 70S, 744, 7S3, S21 

stable ; J. H. Carter a 594, 617 

widening: communication from street commissioners (CD. 24) 
a 93-referred a 149 c i5S-request for report c 446 a 449 c 482-report, 
order for loan referred to finance committee c 497-discussed, re- 
ferred to street commissioners a 507, 508 c 513-report a 557-order 
for finance committee to provide means discussed, passed a 557, 
SSS-referred to finance committee c 56S a 579-report, order for loan 
a 618-discussed, passed a 629, 632-petitions and remonstrances 
a 629 c 635-order for loan tabled c 653-assigned c 692, 701, 721, 741- 
discussed c 750, 758-assigned c 773-discussion, order rejected c 792, 
793-reconsidered, assigned c 794 -assigned c So4-discussed, rejected 
c S29, S30-reconsidered, amended, passed c 830, S3i-discussed, 
passed a 839, S40; order for visit of common council c 656 

1878, building: Mercantile Wharf Corporation a 750, 75S 
x-ailroad : Union Freight a 95, 250, 2S9 

'widening: report of street commissioners (CD. 76) a 52S-referred 
to committee on streets a 554 c 561-report a 569-recommitted a 570 
c 575-discussion a 602, 603-report a 624-order rescinding portion of 
order of Dec. 31, 1877 a 624-discussed, tabled a 63S, 640-motion to 
take from table discussed, rejected a653-655-indefinitelypostponed 
a 764 

1879, building : Boston Gas Light Co. a 183 c 189 a 210 c 212 
grade : established a 580 

widening : order to rescind portion of appropriation order re- 
ferred a 36 c 40-report a 72-assigned aSS-order to rescind discussed, 
passed a 104, ioS-tabled c 11 [-remonstrances c i6S-opinion city 
solicitor c 137-assigned c 321-order discussed, passed c 357,359; 
city to assume betterments, contract authorized a 377 c 3S0, 395 ; 
resolve and order (CD. 93) referred a 53S c 544-report, order 
passed a 553 c 562; notice to quit a 595; payment land, etc., Hawes 
Atwood a 600, heirs George Ballard, Wm. Ballard, et al., trustees 
a 699, B. G. Boardman a 705, Boston Gas Light Co. a 596, A. R. 
& W. Burnett a 600, C H. Cordner a 657, S. C Cummings a 624, 
Wm. Deveny, A. A. Earl a 615, E. J. Emmes a 586, M. A. Finn 
a 600, F. A. Goodrich, heirs a 673, heirs of Margaret Gough 
a 600, L. R. Guild a 624, W. J. Hallett a 580, E. R. Hayes a 657, 
B. T. Jacobs a 600, John Kelley a 596, Christopher Leonard, Julia 
Leonard a 624, John Malony a 600, John McCoy a 657, Patrick 
McManus a 624, Sarah McNeil, Wm. Morton a 596, J. P. Ober 
a 64}, Francis Parkman a 657, M. E. Parks a 574, Wendell Phillips 
a 580, W. A. Prescott a 615, C D. Presho, Francis Raynes a 580, 
S. O. Richardson a 596, W. A. Richardson a 699, J. M. Robbins 
a 669, Nathan Robbins a6i5, S. P. Ruggles a 624, F. H. Tremere, 
heirs J. B. Tremere a 600, J. A. Turner a 699, Catherine Watts 
a 600, W. B. Wildes a 681, Samuel Wingersky a 580, John Worster 
a 600 

Commercial street, Dorchester. 

1871, grade : established a 349, 363 
grading : ordered a 292, 298 
sewer : order to build a 216 

widening : resolve and order (C.D.6S) referred a 248 c 251-report 
a 262-order amended and passed a 26S-rejected c 274-reconsidered, 



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passed C2S2; payment land, etc., Ellen Dolan a 349, 357, Alex. 
Glover a 301, 307, Keron Hart a 312, 319, Richard Wallace a 300, 307 
1873, building : C. A. Shepard c 199 a 200 c 20S a 212 

edgestones : ordered a 1S4 

sewer : order notice a 253, 256-to build a 2S4 

stables : John Murphy a 192, 198; Richard Wallace a 264, 275 

tenement-bouse : order to vacate a 109 

widening : request additional appropriation (C.D.99) loan author- 
ized a 2S2 c 290, 295 ; removal obstructions ordered a 125 ; payment 
land, etc., Hannah Glover, a 221, Wm. Pope a 9, 13 

1873, grading: settlement damages: John Haggerty, petition a 325- 

refused a 420 — E. V. Munroe, petition a 325 . 

sewer : schedule, etc., a 39S, 410; John Haggerty, petition, abate- 
ment assessment a 483 

sidewalk : schedule, etc. a 513, 535 

1874, grading: payment damages, J. Haggerty a 210 
railroad : Old Colony a 15 

sewer : order notice a 194., 203-schedule, etc. a 751 

1875, building : J. Cavanagh a 30S, 323 

sewer v Dorchester Gas Light Co., assessment abated a 495 

1876, stiver : petition a 294-remonstrance a 310-order of notice a 355, 

366-to build a 367-schedule, etc. a 701, 729 

1877, sewer : petition a 4S3-remonstrance a 505-report, no action a 597 

1878, improvements : petition a 26 

sewer : order of notice a 325, 336-to build a400-schedule, etc. a 712, 

752 
■watering : petition a 303-ordered a 42S 

1879, sewer : assessments abated : M. W. Dill a 335, Andrew Glover 

a 594, Richard Wallace a 335, 393 
stable : Bridget Lally a 2S0, 310 
watering : petition a 303-ordered a 379 

Commercial street, Roxbury. 

1879, building: Margaret Donovan a 303 c 315 

Commercial- street Bridge. 

1871, repairs : authorized a 234 

seawall, etc. : contract authorized a 309 

1873, retaining- wall : order to build a 30 

Commercial Wharf. 

1879, claim : Patrick Magner a 254 c 265 a 472 c 475 
Commercial-street Wharf. 

1874, building : Boston gas-light company c 25 a 29 a 39 c 42 
Commissioners. {See under names of subjects.) 
Commissions. 

1875, appointment of, discussion a 135 

1876, membership, order relative to reducing a 14-discussed, referred a 15- 

motion to reconsider discussed, rejected a 26, 27-referred c 28 

1877, creation and abolition by city council, order passed to consider ex- 

pediency of obtaining power c 26 a 29; order to petition for act as- 
signed c 63-discussed, passed c 74-79 a 8S 
1879, unpaid, order relating to passed a 2S3-tabled c 299-rejected c 432 

abolition of police, water, health and street commissions discussed, 
referred c 398 a 402 

Commit, motion to. 

1877, takes precedence of motion to indefinitely postpone c 194 

Committees. 

1868, sale of property : opinion city solicitor requested a 28 
unfinished business : referred, aldermanic a S9, joint a S3 c S4 

1869, appointed: standing a 5 c 2, 10-joint standing a 5 c 10 a 18 c 19 

[For nominating and special see under subjects.] 
clerk : J. M. Bugbee elected a 31 c 33 
assistant: office established (C.D.99) c 258 a 262; J. L. Hillard 

appointed a 273 c 27S-salary fixed a 277 c 27S; payment extra 

services preparing digest of ordinances a 317 c 322 
unfinislied business : aldeimen, order to resume a 14-referred 

to next board a 342; joint standing, order to resume c 11 a 13- 

referred to next city council c 337 a 339 
visiting otlier cities : order relative to a 95 

1870, appointed : standing a 5 c 10-joint standing a 5 c 10 
cleric : J. M. Bugbee elected a 27 c 30 

' assistant clerk : salary established a 71 

joint standing : order to consider expediency of appointing on 
certain departments c 20 a 22-report (C.D.22) a 33-ordinances re- 
lative to fire department, public grounds, and joint rules, referred 
a 34 c 35 
unfinislied business : aldermen, order to resume a 9-referred 
to next board a 366; joint standing, order to resume a 9 c 10- 
referred to next city council c 362 a 365 

1871, appointed : standing a 5 c 10-joint standing a 5 c 10 
clerk : J. M. Bugbee elected a 40 c 41 

unfinished business : aldermen, order to resume a 8-referred 

to next board a 412 ; joint standing, order to resume c 2 a 5-referred 

to next city council c 409 a 411 
1873, appointed : standing a 6 c 10-joint standing a 6 c 10 

clerk : J. M. Bugbee elected a 40 c 43; request for vacation granted 

a 139 c 146 
unfinished business : aldermen, order to resume a 9-referred 

to next board a 432 ; joint standing, order to resume c 2 a 8-referred 

to next city council c 426 a 431 



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Committees, continued. 

1873, appointed : standing- a 9 c 17-joint standing a 9 c 17 
clerk : J. M. Bugbee elected a 45 c 48 
assistant clerk: W. W. Clapp appointed c 214a 218 
appropriation : transfer to contingent fund a 34 c 36 

order, decisions on points of: order appointing may be re- 
ferred c 244; having discharged all duties, and report having been 
disposed of, ceases to exist c 451 

unfinished business : aldermen, referred to next board a 575 ; joint 
standing, order to resume c 2-referred to next city council C571 3575 

1874, appointed : standing a 7 c 13-joint standing a 7 c 13 
clerk : J. M. Bugbee elected a 37 c 42 

unfinished business : aldermen, order to resume a 9-referred 
to next board a 767 ; joint standing, order to resume c 3 a 8-referred 
to next city council c 764 a 767 

1875, appointed : standing a 7 c 10-joiut standing a 7 c 10 

clerk: J. M. Bugbee elected a 31 c 39-resignation referred a 596 
c 612-report, remarks, resolution adopted, resignation accepted 
a 641, 642-order passed continuing salary to Jan. 1, 1876 a 642- 
declinedc64Q; W. H. Lee nominated a 642 c 649-elected a 647 C649; 
salary established a 642 c 649 
assistant clerk : W. W. Clapp appointed a 683 c 691 
unfinished business : aldermen, order to resume a 8-referred 
to next board a 777 ; joint standing, order to resume c 3 a 4-referred 
to next city council c 769 a 773 

1876, appointed : standing a n c 16-joint standing a 11 c 16 
appointment, resolve relative to c 3-discussed and passed c 4, 5 
clerk : committee to nominate c 30- W. H. Lee nominated C5S a 59- 

elected a 67 c 71 
assistant clerk : W. W. Clapp appointed c 463 a 464 
laborers : to report on employment of c 651 a 684 c 689 
list of: to be prepared c 5 a 12 
nominating : resolve relative to appointment of c 7-reconsidered 

c 7-rejected c 8 
retrenchment of appropriations : to cooperate with com. 

on finance c 20 a 23 
unfinished business : aldermen, order to resume a 14-referred 

to next board a 748; joint standing, order to resume c 3-referred 

to next city council c 741 a 747 

1877, appointed : standing c 7 a S-joint standing c 6 a 8 

clerk : committee to nominate c 6 a S-W. H. Lee nominated c 51 

a 54-elected c 97-tabled a 100-elected a 202 
assistant clerk : W. W. Clapp appointed c 274 a 277 
investigating committee : may be appointed on matters within 

control of board of aldermen c 622 
refreshment bills : order to prepare monthly report for public 

inspection, with names, etc., discussed, tabled c 531 a 532 
standing : order to petition for act changing standing committees 

of aldermen to joint referred c 9S-rejected a 100 
unfinished business : aldermen, order to resume a 12-referred 

to next board a S56 ; joint order to resume c 4 a S-referred to next 

city council c S50 a 853 

1878, appointed : standing c 7 a S-joint standing c 7 a 8 
appointment : motion to indefinitely postpone cannot be applied 

to c 395 

clerk : committee to nominate c 7 a 9-nominated c 33-W. H. Lee 
elected a 37 c 44 

assistant clerk : W. W. Clapp appointed a 168 c 172 

meetings : order to keep proceedings secret referred c 5 a S-report 
inexpedient c 23 a 26 

unfinished business : aldermen, order to resume a 21-referred 
to next board a 7S1 ; joint standing, order to resume c 3 a S-re- 
ferred to next city council c 773 a 7S0 

1879, appointed : standing c 12 a 13-joint standing c 12 a 13 c 28 
clerk: committee to nominate c 5, 11 a 13, 14-nominated c 63-dis- 

cussed, W. H. Lee elected c 68, 69-specially assigned c 81- 

tlected c 97; directed to prepare index to proceedings of city 

council c 533-passed c 544 a 552 
assistant clerk : W. w. Clapp, appointed a 223 c 23S; J. L. Hil- 

lard, appointed a 527 C530; payment services rendered committee 

on election returns a 724 c 731 
appropriation : transfer from reserved fund to contingent fund 

a 741, 742 c 748 
hearings : clerk ordered to notify each member in writing of pub- 
lic hearings c 737 a 739 
meetings : L. D. Welby, et al., petition hearing relative to illegal 

practices at a 14-report, further action inexpedient a 72 c 79 
order, decisions on points of: members not allowed to state 

what transpires in meetings of c 138; criticisms on ought not to 

appear on records c 200 
unfinished business: aldermen, order to resume a 17-referred 

to next board a 757; joint special, referred to next city council 

c 751 a 755; joint standing, order to resume c 5 a 14-referred to 

next city council c 75 1 <i 755 

Common, Boston. (See also Grounds, Public.) 

1868, sidewalk: Tremont st., petition for relaying a 3; report on re- 

moval a 82 

1869, appropriations: additional, for filling near Frog Pond a 175; 

transfer from reserved fund, a 2S6 c 2SS a 306 c 308 
booths: petition, Charles. st. mall a 121-Tremont-st. mall a 121 
burial-ground : order to repair tombs a 97 
claim : John Lennon a 232 c 238 a 304 c 308 
concerts : see Concerts. 
expenditures: order to purchase settees a 87; order to fill and 

grade portion a 96; order for teaming, purchase of tools, etc. 

a 96; order for mason work, repairs of fountains a 96 



Common, Boston, continued. 

laborers : superintendent authorized to employ a 96 
parade-ground: petition be put in order for play-ground a 12S- 

refused a 132 
preaching: petition, a 143-refused a 243 

pla.uk- walk : Charles to West st. petition, a 304-ordered a 314 
velocipedes : petition, leave to exhibit a S4-refused a 181 ; petition 

that riding be allowed a 174-refused a 1S1 

1870, fence : J. Murphy, payment repairs a 134 c 138, 146 
parade-ground : petition use of a 132 c 138 

public meetings : report inexpedient to grant use of a 1S7 c 188 

1871, claim : Timothy Kelley a 174 c 182, 238 a 240 
exhibition: petition a 148 

parade-ground : order to keep open, etc., referred c 141 a 143-re- 
port, order rejected a 161 ; petitions for use of, Ancient and Honora- 
ble Artillery Co. a 127 c 130 — Odd Fellows a 14S — Ninth Regiment 
New York N. G. a 167; order passed to allow Ninth Regiment 
New York N. G. to hold religious services c 172-remonstrance 
a 177-referred a 177-report a 180-order rejected a 181 
1873, buildings : petitions for erection a 338, 339 c 345; order granting 
permission discussed, referred, opinion city solicitor a 33S, 339- 
remonstrances a 346 c 347, 34S, 350 c 353-report, order in new draft 
discussed, passed a 342 c 345 

claim : D. H. Sampson a 362 c 365, 373 a 375 

fence : petition for opening opposite Temple place a 162 c 167-re- 
port inexpedient a 175c 179; removal of portions ordered a 230 c 231 

grade : order passed to raise portion a 56, 59 c 64, 75 

grass : request for ordinance to protect c 160 a 163-ordinance re- 
ported and passed c 216 a 21S 

sidewalk : order to consider expediency of removing on Tremont 
st. a 38S c 392 

1873, base-ball : remonstrances against playing on a 139 c 144 a 147 C151 

a 1S8 c 192-petition, Beacon Base-Ball Club, for leave to play a 178- 

hearing a i87-iS9-referred a 189-majority and minority reports 

a 198-discussed, majority report accepted a 199-201-tabled c 203- 

accepted c 216 
cannon : order to report ordinance prohibiting discharge of a 230 

c 234 a 240-report (C.D.93) a 282-ordinance passed a 293-tabled 

c 296-rejected c 347-non-concurred, amended, passed a 352- 

amended, passed c 357 a 371 
claim : D. H. Sampson a 19 c 29, 38 a 44 
concrete: petition removal a 217 c 224-report a 249 c 253-removal 

ordered a 303 c 329 
exhibition: petition Mass. Horticultural Society, leave to exhibit 

plants a 160 
fence : on Tremont st., removal ordered c 287 a 289; sale authorized 

a 309; order to transfer to Mt. Hope Cemetery c 329-amended, 

passed a 341 c 346 
fireworks : remonstrance against exhibition c 236 a 240 
tool-house : order to build tabled c 175 -recommitted c 183 a 1S7- 

report, order passed c 193 a 197-additional appropriation a 353 c 356, 

376, 49S a 501 
use : petition Howe & French, refused a 323 

1874, asphalt walks : order to consider expediency of removing c 261 

a 264-petition for removal a 299 c 307 
camion : permission granted 10 fire a 239 c 244 
curb : Tremont-st. mall, report on a 462 c 464-order to contract for 

tabled c 465 
fence : petition restoration of a 313 c 323 
plank- walks : request appropriation for a 30 c 32 
sale : order to consider expediency of indefinitely postponed c 466 
Tremont-st. mall : order to consider expediency of taking por- 
tion for widening Tremont St., tabled c 465-motion to take from 
table rejected c 548 
urinals : order passed to obtain authority to locate a 463 c 464 

1875, claim : C. W. Mudge, personal injuries c 325 a 332 c 546 a 547 
curb: Tremont-st. mall: appropriation c 219, 237 a 240; remon- 
strance c 238 a 240; report (C.D.59) c 276-recommitted c 289 a 293- 
majority and minority reports (C.D.S3) c 353-discussion, special- 
ly assigned c 366, 36S-discussion c 3S0, 3S9-order passed to erect 
curb and fence c 399-discussion a 418-order passed to advertise for 
plans a 420-non-concurred c 425-order passed in concurrence 
a 432-report a 49S-discussed a 507, 50S, 509-order passed to erect 
curb and fence a 510-discussed c 519, 520-passed c 521-additional 
appropriation granted a 531-refused c 540-reconsidered c 553— 
granted c 614 

parade-ground : petition use of a 261-granted a 2S0 
plunk-walk : petition a 596 c 612 
stand : petition leave to occupy c 299 a 308 
trees : order relative to preservation of a 622 c 625 

1876, Charles-st. mall : expenditures authorized a 52S c 530 
claim : John Halleck (Hallahan?) c 549 a 550 c 600 a 603 
old elm : Methodist preachers assoc. petition, piece of a 133 

1877, claim : Isabella Jordan c 36 a 41 c 124 a 130 c 430 a 432 
meetings: N. E. Huggins, et al. petition a44Sc4S9; Young 

Men's Christian Association, refused a 616 c 620 
parade-ground: Mass. Charitable Mech. Asso. petition for use 
of, and petition in aid of same 841 c 48-petitions and remon- 
strances a 57-report, discussed, recommitted a 57 c sS-report 
(CD. 26) discussion, opinion city solicitor, order granting permis- 
sion passed a m-117-discussion, order to set apart for play-ground 
substituted and passed c i2S-i29-discussion, non-concurrence a 130- 
134-discussion, subject indefinitely postponed c 137-139; order to 
prepare for play-ground discussed, passed c 20S, 209-discussed, 
rejected a 211-213-petilion in favor of a 223 c 228 
sewer : payment for work on a 279 c 2S6, 310 
soda fountain : Charles Gordon et at., petition c 445 a 449 



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Common, Boston, continued. 

1878, army and navy monument : M. Hayes, petition payment for 
loam furnished for grading- around c 314 a 319; order passed to 
fence and grade lot a 3SS c 389, 421 ; petitions leave to decorate 064 
a 6S c 1 22 a 1 26 

buildings : order to erect temporary building for use of supt. 
discussed, passed a 253, 254 c 25S, 282; order passed to paint 
superintendent's office a 4SS c 522, 523 

parade-ground : Mass. Char. Mechanics' Asso. petition leave to 
build 011, referred to special committee a 56 c 57-report, inexpedi- 
ent a 96; order to allow bail-playing referred c 1S2 a iS3-report 
called for c 443-order to allow tabled c 444-motions to take from 
table rejected c 459, 477 
1870, army and navy monument : petition leave to decorate a 2S1 

ball-playing : order to consider expediency of allowing c 47 a 4S- 
report inexpedient c 138 a 140 

fence : appropriation tor painting a 657 c 665 

old elm : order passed to place new tablet on enclosure a 574 c 582, 
605 

parade-ground : order passed to consider expediency of re- 
moving lamp-posts and other obstructions c 47 a 4S 

pond : petition to keep in order for skating c 733 a 739-ordered 
a 742 c 74S 

pugilistic city officers : order to fence off ring for, ruled out c 400 

iiihials : petition leave to locate a 204 c 312-granted a 256, 257 
c 265; order directing opening at certain hours, referred to board 
of health c 409 a 415-call for report c 470 

Common Council. 

18G8, clerk : payment extra services c 74 a 76 

journal : payment for preparing c 74 a 76 

members: discussion relative to elegibility c 74; resignation 

H. B. Phelps c 77 
president: vote of thanks to and response (CD. 155) c 87 
Anal proceedings : closing proceedings, adjournment sine die 

CS7 
18G», organization : called to order by Joel Richards, president and 

clerk elected c 1 
clerk : W. P. Gregg elected c 1 ; payment extra service c 337 a 339 
contested election: ward 12, A. J. Wright et at., petition 

c 2-report c 3 
directory : order to furnish members with copies, rejected c 172 
invitation : to attend Memorial day services c 126, 132 ; excursion 

on steamer Massasoit c 133 
journal : clerk directed to print transcript of c 2-order to print 100 

copies c 93-payment for preparing c 337 a 339 
meetings : time fixed c 2 
members : G. H. Rich, Ward 14, qualified c 3 ; mayor requested to 

appoint special police c 16, 19 a 23-certificate of appointment re- 
ceived c 27 
president : W. G. Harris elected c i-address c 1 ; F. A. Osborn 

elected pro tern, c 141 ; vote of thanks to and response (CD. 124) 

c 337 
rules : of 186S adopted, committee appointed to revise c i-report, 

rules for 1S69 adopted c 3 
final proceedings : vote of thanks to president and response 

c 337 ; adjournment sine die c 338 

1870, organization : called to order by S. Talbot, Jr., president and 

clerk elected c 1 

badges : order passed to procure c n a 12 

clerk : W. P. Gregg elected c 1 ; payment extra services c 363 a 365 

contested elections : ward 3, McGaragle vs. Wells, petition 
c 2-report C3; ward 4, Daniels vs. Bicknell, petition c 4-report 
c 10; ward 7, G. A. Paine, petition c 2-report c 3; ward 10, 
Williams & Dyer vs. Smith, petition c 10-report c 16; ward 13, 
H. G. Morse et at., petition c 2-report c 3; ward 15, Briggs & 
Alwood vs. Devine & Rogers, petition c 10-report c 16 

invitations: to attend Memorial day services c 113-escort ten- 
dered c 121 

journal : order to print c 1 ; payment for preparing, C 363 a 365 

meetings : time fixed c 2 ; changed c 106 

members : mayor requested to appoint special police c 1 i-appointed 
a 12 

president : M. E. Ingalls elected c i-address c 1 ; vote of thanks 
to and response (CD. 121) C353; T. F. Temple elected pro tern. 
c 291, 346 

rules: of 1S69 adopted, committee to revise c i-report, rules for 
1S70 adopted c 3 ; amended c 50, 51 

summer vacation : time fixed c 169, 180 

final proceedings : vote of thanks to president and response 
c 363 ; adjournment sine die c 364 

1871, organization: called to order by Prescott Barker, president 

elected c 1, clerk elected c 2 

badges : order to procure discussed and tabled c 4-discussed, 
passed, committee appointed c 11-rejected a 14-motionto reconsider 
rejected a 21 ; order passed to procure c 23-reconsidered, tabled 
c 31 ; order passed to procure c 140-committee enlarged c 155-re- 
quest for report c 219; order to procure for clerk and assistant, 
messenger and assistant messenger c 237 

clerk : W. P. Gregg elected c 2; payment for extra services c 409 
a 411 

contested elections : ward 2, J. O. Hollis et at., petition c 4- 
report c 10; ward 5, J, A. Holland et at., H. W Foley, petition 
c 2-report c 3; ward 6, C. O. Burrill, petition c 4-report c 10; ward 
13, David Dowd, petition c 4-report c 10; ward 15, C D. Bickford, 
petition c 2-report c 3 

invitations : to attend Memorial day services c 139, 155 



Common Council, continued. 

journal: order passed to print c 2; payment for preparing c 409 

a 41 1 
members : order requesting appointment as special police-officers 

tabled c 4-passed c u-appointed a u 
meetings : time fixed c 2; hour changed c 140 
president : Matthias Rich, elected c 1 ; address c 1 ; authorized 

to approve bills c 172; vote of thanks to and response (CD. 103) 

C4C9; pro tern, elected c 139, 146, 165, 170, 182, 190, 217, 21S, 225, 

336 
rooms: order to exclude visitors from coat-room c 94 
rules: of 1870 adopted, committee appointed to revise c 2-report, 

rules for 1S71 adopted c 3 
final proceedings : vote of thanks to president and response 

c 409; adjournment sine die c 410 

1872, organization : called to order by W. E. Bicknell, president 

elected, clerk elected c 1 

badges: order passed to procure c 5-tabled a 14-rejected a 24; 
order passed to procure c 18; order passed to furnish assistant 
messenger, and assistant clerk c 120 

cliairs : request for change in c 130, 1 35-referred a 153 

clerk : W. P. Gregg, elected c 1 j'payment for extra service c 426 
a 43i 

contested elections : ward 5, Watson vs. Hughes, petition 
c 10-report c 16; ward 6, Barker vs. Holmes, petition c 10-report 
c 16; ward 7, Flynn, Supple, Fitzgerald, Webber vs Flynn, 
Carey, Martin, Lamb, petition c 4-report c 16; ward 10, Brackett 
vs. Risteen, petition c 2-report c 16-petition c io-majority and 
minority reports (CD. iS) c 20-discussed c 33-35-J. Q^ A. Brackett 
unseated c 36; ward 15, Edwards vs. Bickford & Wright, petition 
c 4-report c 10 

contingent fund : expenditures from c 13S 

invitations : to attend Memorial day services c 150 

journal: order passed to print c 2; payment for preparing c 426 
a 43i 

meetings : hour fixed c 2 

members : mayor requested to appoint special police c 5-appointed 
a 12; resignation H. E. Walker, ward 3 c 261 ; death of Daniel 
Dowd a 269 

president : M. F. Dickinson, Jr. elected c 1 ; address c 1 ; author- 
ized to approve bills c 138; vote ot thanks to and response c 428, 
429; pro tern, elected c 167, 179, 231, 323, 411, 413 

quorum: order to petition for legislation relative to c 11 a 13 

rooms : regulation of coat-room C5; portion of anteroom assigned 
to superintendent of printing a 79 

rules : of 1S71 adopted c 2, committee appointed to revise c 5- 
report, rules for 1S72 adopted c n 

summer vacation : c 217 

final proceedings : vote of thanks to president c 428-response 
(CD. 1 31 ) c 429; adjournment sine die c 430 

1873, organization : called to order by George A. Shaw, president 

elected, clerk elected c 1 

badges : order to procure discussed, passed c 31 

clerk : W. P. Gregg, elected c 1 ; payment for extra services c 571 
a 575 

contested elections : ward 2, Patrick Dohertv et at., petition 
c 4-report c 17; ward 3, N. C. A. Preble, petition c 2-report c 5; 
ward 5, Theodore Parsons et at., petition c 2-report c 5— Flan- 
ders, Small, et at. vs. Shaw, Mahan, petition c 17-committee 
authorized to report in print c 38-report (CD 20) c 49-discussed, 
accepted c 61, 70, 71; ward 15, Putnam, Hobbs vs. Thacher, 
Bleiler, Edwards, Kelley, petition c 30-report c 37 

contingent fund : transfer to a 34 c 36; expenditures from a 34 
c 36 

invitations : to attend Memorial day services c 184 

journal : order passed to print c 2; payment for preparing c 571 
a 575 

meetings : time fixed c 2; hour changed c 177; adjournment for 
Thanksgiving day c 4S7 

members : mayor requested to appoint special police c 31-appointed 
a 40; proceedings on death of Thomas H. Doherty, ward 2 c 234 

president. : Edward O. Shepard, elected c 1 ; address c 1 ; author- 
ized to approve bills c 39; vote of thanks to and response c 571, 

S7 2 
rooms: visitors excluded from coat-room c 124; new furniture and 

carpets ordered c 450, 462 a 46S c 570 a 57C 
rules: of 1S72 adopted, committee appointed to revise c 2-report, 

rales for 1873-adopted c 4 
- summer vacation : c 299 
final proceedings : vote of thanks to president c 571-response 

(CD. 139) c 572, 573 ; adjournment sine die c 574 

1874, organization: called to order by George A. Shaw, president 

elected c 1 ; clerk elected c 2 

badges : order to procure c 14-discussed, tabled c 23, 24-amended, 
passed c 34, 35-motion to reconsider, rejected c 35 

clerk : W. P. Gregg, elected c 2; payment for extra services c 764 
a 767 

contested elections: ward 5, W. F. Watson, petition c 3- 
report c 4-McCue, Mahan vs. Jennings, McCarthy, petition c 3- 
report c 4; ward 13, W. F. Farrington el at., petition c 3-report 
c 4; ward 15, G. W. Sherman el at., petition c 10-report c 25; 
ward 21, John Sanborn et at., petition c 3-report c 4 

Invitations : to attend Memorial day services c 216 

journal : order passed to prepare and print c 3; payment for pre- 
paring c 754 a 767 

members : mayor requested to appoint special police c 26-ap- 
pointed a 28 c 33 ; proceedings on death of Hillman B. Barnes 



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c 504-request for special election to fill vacancy c 524-warrant 

issued a 525-A. H. Caton qualified c 547 
meetings: time fixed c 3; hour changed c 217 
president : E. O. Shepard, elected c 1 ; address c 2 ; authorized to 

approve bills c 11; vote of thanks to and response c 764, 765; pro 

tern, elected c 10, 363, 381, 404 
rules: ofiS73 adopted, committee appointed to revise c 3-report 

c n-rules for 1S74 adopted c 12; amended c 261 
summer vacation : c 545 

final proceedings : date of final adjournment fixed c 734; vote of 
thanks to president c 764-response c 765; adjournment sine die c 766 

1875, organization : called to order by N. M. Morrison, president 

elected, clerk elected c 2 

badges : order to procure c 16-discussed, rejected c 23-26-order to 
procure tabled c 26-order to dispense with use of, discussed, re- 
jected c 27-order to procure, discussed, rejected c 41-44-motion to 
reconsider assigned c 55-discussion, amended order passed c 77- 
order to furnish messenger with c 140-rejected c 161 

clerk : W. P. Gregg, elected c 2 

contested elections: ward 1, Leighton vs. Pease, petition c 5- 
report c 10; ward 7, Haney vs. Barry, petition c 3-report c 11; 
ward 12, Ham vs. Lappen, petition c 5-report c 11; ward 13, 
Shunk vs. Wilbur, petition c 3-report c 6; ward 20, H. A. Sievers 
et al., petition c 3-report c 5; ward 21, Pray vs. Kelley, petition 
c 3-report c 6 

contingent fund : exhausted c 16 a 19-transfer to c 27, 40 a 46 

excursion : committee of arrangements c 409 

invitations : to attend Memorial day services c 175 

journal : order to print tabled c 3-referred c 16 a 19-report c 57 a 59 

members: mayor requested to appoint special police c 17-ap- 
pointed a 19; absentees c 545 

meetings : time fixed c 3; order to change rejected c 327; debate 
on adjournment for Thanksgiving day 0653 

president : H. J. Boardman elected c 1 ; address c 1 ; vote of 
thanks to and response c 769, 770; authorized to approve bills c 11 ; 
pro tern, elected c 352 

rooms: order relative to anteroom c 6; petition International 
Typographical Union for use of chamber c 259 a262-refused c 276- 
reconsidered, leave granted c 2S2 a 294-vote oi thanks a 452 c 459 

rules : of 1S74 adopted, committee appointed to revise c 2-report 
(C.D.11) c 11-rules for 1S75 adopted c 17; order to report on 
changes c 505-report (CD. 125) assigned c 727, 72S-adopted c 749 

summer vacation : c 400, 429. 

final proceedings : date of final adjournment fixed c 651 ; vote 
of thanks to president c 769-response (CD. 131) c 770; adjourn- 
ment sine die c 771 

1876, organization : called to order by N. M. Morrison, president 

elected c 1 ; clerk elected c 3 

badges : order to furnish, tabled c 132-motion to take from table 
lost c iSS, 199-discussed c 305, 306-passed c 307 

clerk : W. P. Gregg, elected c 3 

contested elections : ward 6, John Drynan, petition c 18-report 
c 30; ward 7, T. L. Mercer et al., petition c 5-report c 6; ward 
12, Casey vs. Shaw, petition c 6-majority and minority reports 
(CD. 16) c 127-opinion city solicitor c 129-discussion, majority 
report accepted c 144, 149, 150-motion to reconsider discussed, re- 
jected c 169-1 73-payment for phonographic report c 9S, 104 a 115; 
ward 14, A. H. Lauten et al., petition c 6-report c 19; ward 19, 
John McBarron, petition c 6-report c iS; ward 20, D. C Bates 
et al., petition c 5-report c 6 

contingent fund : transfer from reserved fund authorized c 19, 
28 a 32 

excursion : order to arrange for, discussed and withdrawn c 320; 
committee of arrangements appointed c 463 

invitations : Memorial day services c 218, 255 

meetings: time fixed c 5, final meetings c 715; adjourned for 
want oi quorum C247; record criticised c 255 

members : mayor requested to appoint special police, tabled c 132- 
motion to take from table lost c 18S, 199-discussed c 305, 306-order 
passed c 307-appointed a 347 c 362; resignation of S. G. Jones, 
Ward 4 c iS8-notice of vacancy c iSS a IQ3-F. O. Reed elected 
c 235; proceedings on death of T. J. Fitzgerald, Ward 13 c 190- 
notice of vacancy c 242-order for special election a 244-J. W. Fox, 
qualified c 255; proceedings on death of E. C. Kingsbury c 627- 
order to drape seat c 627 -order to substitute flowers, discussed 
c 645, 646-passed c 647-reconsidered, tabled c 660 

president: J. Q^. A. Brackctt, elected c 1; address c 1; order 
authorizing approval of bills tabled c S-considered, rejected c 22- 
discussed c 39-41-indefinitely postponed c 42-substitute adopted 
c 57 ; pro tern, elected c 5S1 ; vote of thanks to and response c 742, 
743. 744 

rooms : regulation of anteroom c 98-order excluding strangers, 
amended, passed c 22-rejected c 264; order to consider expediency 
of lighting council chamber by electricity c 224 a 226-report and 
order to light c 420-tabled c 445-rejected c 742 

rules and ortlers : of 1S75 adopted, committee appointed c 5- 
rules for 1876 adopted c 22 

summer vacation: time fixed c 420 

final proceedings: dale of final adjournment fixed c 715 ; vote 
of thanks to president c 742-discussion c 743-response (CD. 121) 
c 744; adjournment sine die c 746 

1877, organization : called to order by Benjamin Pope, president and 

clerk elected c 3 
annual dinner : resolve to omit discussed, assigned c 815, S16- 

rejected c S33 
badges : order to procure c 15-discussed, passed c 23-25-report c 140 



Common Council, conti7iued. 

carriages : order not to provide after adjournment c 532-rejected 

c 544 

clerk : W. P. Gregg, elected c 4 

contested elections : ward 3, G. F. Doyle et al., petition c 3- 
report c 5; ward 4, S. G. Stone et al., petition c 4-report c 5; 
ward 6, C Blanchard et al., petition c 4-report c 5; ward 7, 
James Kelley et al., petition c 5-report c 14; ward 15, Peter 
Allen et al., petition c 4-report c 5; ward 16, G. E. Filkins et al., 
petition c 4-report c 5; ward 19, James Teevans et al., petition 
c 4-report c 5 ; ward 20, F. H. Bisch petition c 4-report c 5 

contingent fund : order authorizing expenditures from dis- 
cussed, tabled c 9S-discussed, passed c 142, 143; payment of sun- 
dry bills a 842 c S46 

Cushing's manual : order to furnish members with referred 
c 332-reconsidered, rejected c 356 

excursions : order to arrange for visit to park locations c 315- 
rejected c 4S2-reconsidered c 504-passed c 530; order passed to visit 
Commercial-st. widening c 656 

invitations: to exhibition Fire Ex. Liquid Co. c 207; to attend 
memorial day services c 260, 324-escort tendered c 270 

meetings : time fixed c 4; motions to change hour rejected c 295, 

387 

members : mayor requested to appoint special police c 15, 23- 
appointed a 41 ; ordinance providing for payment of expenses 
(C.D.94), assigned c 743, 775-referred to next city council c 834 
a S40 

president: Benjamin Pope, elected c 3; address c 3, 4; order 
relative to approving bills discussed, tabled c 9S-discussed, passed 
c 142, 143; vote of thanks to and response c S50-852 

refreshments : see " Contingent fund" 

rooms: orders relative to admission to anteroom c 6, 208; order 
passed to consider expediency of providing better ventilation for 
council chamber c 51 a 54-majority and minority reports c 312-dis- 
cussion, order to provide ventilation referred to finance committee 
c 312-314-motion to reconsider rejected c 325-order tabled a 350- 
recommitted 3438 c 440-report, order to introduce Tudor system 
referred to committee on finance a 472 c 478-report, appropriation 
granted a 491 c 494 

rules : of 1876 adopted c 4; committee appointed to prepare c 6- 
report, rules for 1877 adopted c 14 

salaries : order to petition for authority to pay assigned c 702, 723- 
rejected c 775 

summer vacation : c 4S2, 550 

final proceedings : date of final adjournment fixed c 835; vote 
of thanks to president and response (CD. 107) c 850, 852; adjourn 
ment sine die c 852 

1878, organization : called to order by Benjamin Pope, president 

elected c 1 ; clerk elected c 2 

annual dinner: order to arrange for c 711-amended, passed 
c 746-motion to reconsider rejected c 749 

badges : order to procure rejected c 6 

clerk : W. P. Gregg, elected a 1 c 2 

contested elections : ward 3, G. A. Sanderson et al., petition 
c 3-report c 4 — petition a 69S-report a 714; ward 7, James Golden 
et al., petition c 3-report c 4— petition a 698-report a 714; ward 8, 
J. F. Murphy et al., petition c 3-report c 4— petition a CKpS-report 
a 714; ward 10, J. W. Sawtelle et al. vs. Charles Wheeler, peti- 
tion c 300-report, opinion city solicitor c 314; ward 13, Dudley 
Pray et al., petition c 4-report c 14; ward 14, petition a 69S-report 
a 714; ward 16, C M. Winch et al., petition c 4-report c 14; 
ward 20, Wilson vs. Adams, petition c 3-report c 4; ward 24, 
petition a 698-report a 714; ward 25, J. H. Lee et al. petition c 3- 
report c 4 — petition c 69S-report a 714 

excursions : order to arrange for visit to Sudbury-river conduit 
c 356-discussed, passed c 369, 370-motion to reconsider rejected 
c 379 1 order passed for visit to Roxbury canal c 445 

invitation : to attend Memorial day services c 152 

meetings: time fixed c 2-motion to change time rejected c 459; 
adjourned over Fast day c 182; adjourned over Memorial day 
c 315 

members : order to petition for term of three years, etc. c 15- 
tabled c 16-discussed, rejected c 91-93; order to furnish with 
copies of army and navy memorial c i65-discussed, referred c 174, 
175 a 183-report inexpedient c 226 a 227 ; resignation J. H. Danforth 
c 191-special election ordered a i9S-(Jharles Wheeler, qualified 
c 25S-election contested, petition referred c 300-report, opinion 
city solictor c 314 

president : Benjamin Pope, elected c 1 ; address c 1 ; authorized 
to approve bills c 15, 1S2; vote of thanks to and response c 777- 
779 

rooms : order relative to admittance of strangers, referred c 3 

rules : of 1877 adopted and committee appointed to revise c 2- 
report (C.D.S) c 5-rules for 1S7S adopted c 16; order relative to 
amendment c 2S5 

summer vacation : c 422, 441, 454, 477, 524, 562, 5S0, 600, 636 

final proceedings: date of final adjournment fixed c 749; vote 
of thanks to president and response (CD. 109) c 777; adjournment 
sine die c 779 

1879, organization : called to order by D. J. Sweeney c 1 ; president 

elected c 3 ; clerk elected c 4 
adjournments : see meetings 
annual dinner : order to arrange for c 690-discussed, rejected 

c 701 ; order to arrange for discussed, passed c 737, 73S 
badges : order to procure c 64-discussed, amended, passed c 83, 84 
carriages : order reiative to providing, discussed, tabled c 176, 

177-rejected c 432 



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cted c 4; room assigned to a 379 c 3S3 
wards 3, 4, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, petition 



28; transfer to a 741 
city messenger to 



clerk : W. P. Gregg, el 
contested elections : 

a 6gS-report a 706 

contingent fund: expenditures from c 11 
c 74 8 

desks : order passed to furnish keys c 323 a 326 
have duplicates c 361 

excursions : order to arrange for annual excursion c 386-passed 
committee appointed c 395 ; to water works, order to arrange for 
c 414-discussed, amended, passed c 431 ; to Mystic reservoir, order 
to arrange for c 506 

invitations : to attend Memorial day services c 265, 34s, 353 

meetings : time fixed c 5; hoar changed c 361, 456, 700; adjourn- 
ment for Fast day c 201 ; proceedings on death of alderman Pope 
c 569; meetings omitted c 533, 56S, 591, 662; adjournment for want 
of quorum c 253, 264, 263, 386, 431, 524, 351, 591, 701-statement 
of president relative to c 61S 

members : qualified c 1, 19, 5S2, 603; resignation F. J. Ward, re- 
ferred c 481-reconsidered, resignation accepted c 508, 5C9-notice 
to aldermen c 532, 333 a 536-warrant issued for election a 540-com- 
mittee on returns a 574-report a 581-C. E. Pratt qualified C5S2; 
resignation J. P. Brawley, accepted, notice to aldermen c 550 
a5S2-warrant for election issued a 552-committee on returns a5§i- 
report a 594-J. A. Slattery qualified c 605 

portraits : in council chamber, labels ordered c 67 a 69 

president: W. H. Whitmore elected c y, address c 3, 4; author 
ized to approve bills c 11, 2S; farewell address c 752-754 

proceedings: correction ordered c 219 

refreshments : approval of bills for c II, 2S, 506; order for mes- 
senger to provide rejected c 251 ; vote of thanks for c 302 

resignations : of F.J.Ward and J. P. Brawley, see members 

rooms : order passed relative to use of for public hearings c 345 
a 349; request for ordinance regulating use of c 346 a349-ordinance 
reported and passed 0360 a 364; committee appointed to prepare 
rules for use of c 373-report, rules adopted c 383; remarks of 
president relative to use of c 646; request for use of by dooming 
board c 397-g ranted c 401 ; use granted for public hearing C346; 
use granted for dedication Quincy statue c 591 ; messenger directed 
to open on election evenings c 621 

rules : of 1S7S (excepting rule 66) adopted, committee appointed 
c 4-report (CD. 7) c 7-assigned c S-discussed, amended, adopted 
(excepting rule 70) c 19, 20, 21, 22-rule 70 recommitted c 21-report 
discussion, rule 70 adopted c 41 ; order to amend rule relative to 
adjournments discussed, referred c 401-report inexpedient, dis- 
cussed, assigned c 431, 432-discussed, substitute order rejected, 
report accepted c 449-455-motion to reconsider c 456-rejected c 465 ; 
amendment discussed, rejected c 46S, 469 

summer vacation : time fixed c 456 

final proceedings: date of final meeting fixed c 700; closing 
proceedings c 752; adjournment sine die c 754 

Common street. 

1879, claim : J. Donovan a 311 c 315 

Common street, Charlestown. 

1877, lying-in hospital : L. E. Brackett a 223, 320 

Commonwealth (newspaper). 

I860, contract with for advertising c 78 a 80 

Commonwealth avenue. 

1868, building : N.J. Bradlee a 22 
laying out, etc.: Berkeley to Clarendon St., petition a 45-order 

of notice a 61, 69-conveyance to city a 65-order passed a 70 

1869, buildings : I. & H. M." Harmon a 71 ; Ware & Van Brunt a 192 
edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 118 
fences : petition extension a 138-contract authorized a 254-dis- 

cussed, rejected c 257-1 econsidered, order passed c 267 

f;rading : ordered a 2S6 c 2SS a 293, 306 c 30S 
aying out: petition, Clarendon to Dartmouth st. a 253 
passage-way : petition acceptance a 56 

square : order to build fence around a 254-rejected c 257-recon- 
sidered, passed c 266 

1870, buildings : Bryant & Rogers a 171 ; Webster & Dixon a 253; C. 

A. Wood a 62 

cesspools, crossings, grading, gutters, macadamizing: 
ordered a 109 

extension : to West Chester park, petitions a 122-report a 331 

laying out, etc. : between Clarendon and Dartmouth sts., peti- 
tions a 37, 156 

passage-way : to Newbury St., petition acceptance a 313 

1871, laying out and grading : to Chester park, order to report 

cost, tabled a 216-discussea, passed a 224 c 225-report (CD. 70) 
a 247-referred a 264 c 265-report and order (C.D.So) a 291-assigned 
a 29S- substitute order authorizing agreements with N. C. Munson 
(C.D.83) a 322-discussed, passed a333-assigned c 336-passed c 343 

sidewalk : petition a 338 

stables : J. B. Case a 49, 72 ; Fred Pope a 25, 35 

statue : of John Glover, petition leave to erect a 241 
1873, squares: between Clarendon and Dartmouth sts., fence ordered 
c 138 a 142; grading ordered c 170 a 175 

stables : J. B. Case a 152, 176; H. L. Daggett a 162, 234 
1873, edgestones, macadamizing: ordered a 179 

fence : order to erect rejected a 210-reconsidered a 211-passed a 221 
c 224, 235 

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Commonwealth avenue, continued. 

plank walks : petitions a 42S, 467, 501 

1874, cellars below grade : order to alter a 47S-motion to reconsider 
tabled a 479-discussed a 493, 494 -passed a 5S4 

lamps : petition a 454-report no action a 666 
Sidewalks : ordered a 287, 299; schedule, etc. a 431 
squares : between Dartmouth and Exeter sts., additional appro- 
priation c 311, 325 a 339; between Exeter and Fairfield sts., 
fencing, grading, etc., ordered a 500 c 511, 522 

1875, squares: unexpended balance set apart a 206 c 211; foundation 
for Glover statue ordered c 459 a 465 c 468, 4S3; between Fairfield 
and Gloucester streets, request appropriation for grading, curb- 
ing and fencing a 597 c 612 

1876, grading : from Hereford st. to West Chester park, contract au- 
thorized a 310, 321 c 330, 34S ; petition a 321 

sewers : assessment abated W. P. Mason a 295; petition a 347 

sidewalks : petition a 5S6 

squares : between Fairfield and Gloucester sts., appropriation 
granted for grading, curbing, and fencing a 46-discussed c 50, 71- 
rejected c 73-reconsidered and assigned c 92-recommitted c 111 
a 115-report, order passed for grading and curbing a 158 c 164, 18S, 
19S, 199 a 206; between Gloucester and Hereford sts., order passed 
to grade, put in order and place curb a 313-amended, passed 
c 3H> 334 a 336-additional appropiiation a 475 c 477; between 
Hereford st. and W. Chester park-grading and putting in order 
authorized a 52S c 530; between Gloucester st. and W. Chester 
park, appropriation tor curb a 528 c 530 

1877, edgestones : ordered a 337-petition a 725-schedule a 726 
extension : request additional appropriation referred c 142 a 146- 

granted c 160 a 171 
grading : B. & A. R.R. petition for tracks granted a 172 
gutters, crossings, macadamizing : ordered a 337 
land : payment for use by paving department a 135 
sidewalk : petitions a 505, 551, 744-ordered a 555, 761 
Squares : west of Gloucester st. additional expenditures autho- 
rized a 297 c 228, 255 a 413 c 427, 440; order passed to erect fence 
between Fairfield St. and W. Chester park c 386 a 3S9 
stables: E. G. Emmons a 472; N. H. Emmons, Jr. a 432; A. P. 
Potter a 611, 632 

1878, edgestones, sidewalks : petitions a 250, 287-ordered a 274, 324 
land : payment for use by paving department a 148 
sewer : petition a 37 

sidewalks : petition a 460, 525-ordered a 48S, 531 
watering : ordered a 230 

1879, arch of triumph : plan referred a 613 c 618 
extension : W. Chester park to Beacon st., resolve and order re- 
ferred a 402 c 405-report, order passed a 436-remonstrance c 440 
a 450-recommitted c 440 a 459-report, order passed c 46S a 472; to 
Beacon entrance Back Bay park, order to report cost, etc. c 667 
a 668-report, remonstrance c 6S2, 6S3 a 695-report a 703 c 726; pay- 
ment land, etc., G. T. W. Braman, H. D. Hyde, trustee, D. N. 
Skillings, trustee, H. M. Whitney, trustee a 47S 

filling and grading: petitions a 534-change of reference a 573 
c sS2-report (CD. 113) a 623 c 629-order for loan a 6Si-discussed, 
passed a 702, 703 c 727-731 

land : payment for use by paving department a 1S4 

plank walk : petition a 8S 

sidewalks : petitions a 495, 525, 534-ordered a 517, 540, 558 

watering : ordered a 311 

Commonwealth flats. 

See New York and New England Railroad." 

Communications. 

1C75, reading of private letters not allowable c 56 

1878, may be read and incorporated in a speech c 90 

Conant, Nathan D., Councilman, Ward 15. 

1869, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate engineers fire departmentc 3; 
on printing 10 

Conant street. 

1869, building : Joseph Reidel a 179 

1879, buildings :" A. Bowker a 17; G, W. Hobby & Co. a 75 
laying out : petition a iS2-order of notice a 230, 246-order passed 

a 249 
sewer : petition a 141-order of notice a 25S, 264-order to build 

a 2S7-schedules, etc. a 336, 343 
stable : G. W. Hobbs & Co. (Hobby?) a 75, S7, 94, 101 

1871, edgestones : ordered a 67 
stables : Almon Perry a 79, S9; Frank Von Euw a 205, 242 

1872, stable : Frank Von Euw a 197, 212 
sewer: order of notice a 2S4, 291-order to build a 319-schedule, 

etc. a 41S, 423 

1873, claim : J. D. Meiritt c 203 a 207 
sewer : assessments abated a 240; collection postponed, Patrick 

Tobin a 342 

1874, stables: George Billing a 497; C. G. Rost a 539, 563 

1875, building : M. Drinan & Co. a III 

1878, edgestones : petition a 3iS-ordered a 343 

1879, stable : Francis Galligan a 597, 615 




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Concert Gardens. {See Forest Garden.) 
Concerts. {See Amusements.) 



CONCERTS 



CONGRESS STREET 







Concerts, Free. 

1868, petition a57 c 63-ordered c 68 a 69 

1869, to soldiers' families in Coliseum, petition a 167 c 171-report c 238 

on common and public grounds, ordered and committee appointed 
c 113, 119 a 123 ■, ', 

in Music hall, committee appointed age 10-request additional ap- 
propriation a 50-granted a 51 c 52 

1870, order to consider expediency en a 12-report. order passed to furnish 

a 143 c 146, 153 

1872, order relative to rejected c 18; order passed to furnish c 130, 135 

1873, order to furnish c 216-tabled c 226-assigned c 237-passed c 243-re- 

jected a 248; order to furnish a 272-rejected a273-reconsidered and 
tabled a 2S4~rejected a 295-passed c 299 a 301 ; petition leave to 
furnish seats at a 244 c 251 

1874, order to furnish tabled c 113-passed c 350-discussed, rejected a 352, 

353-notice of non-concurrence c 364 

1875, order passed to furnish c 409 a 431 

1876, order to furnish c 320-passed c 334 a 337; remonstrance against Sun- 

day concerts a 476 c 499 
music stands placed in charge of city messenger c 561 a 562 

1877, order to furnish c 446-passe'd, committee appointed c 460 a 472; ad- 

ditional appropriation a 6S9 c 690, 701 

1878, order to make arrangements for a 307-passed a 318 c 328, 35S-recon- 

sidered, discussed, rejected c 376, 377; order passed to consider 
expediency of providing on Common c 390 a 397-motion to recon- 
sider rejected c 396-report, order for appropriation C456 a 460-mo- 
tion to reconsider rejected c 459-report, order for transfer rejected 
c 476-reconsidered, amended, passed c 478 a 4S3 

1879, order to furnish c 345-passed c 360 a 364 

Concord, Town of. 

1875, invitation to attend centennial celebrations a 67 c 76-accepted a 68 
c 76; police detailed a 207; payment services a 355 c 359 

Concord street. 

1868, paving: ordered a 38 

1869, land: Association Protection Destitute Roman Catholic Children 

a 293 c 296 

laying out : order of notice, a 227-hearing a 242-order passed 
to lay out a 300 

sewer : order notice a 75, 79-to build age-petition that work be sus- 
pended a 232 

1870, buildings : J. A. Bell a 237 ; P. Duffy a 2S5 ; F. Hussey a 229 
division wall : petition that city pay for a 217 c 222-refused a 230 

c 234 
edgestones : petition a 294-ordered a 149, 301 
grade : established a 22; petition lowering a 122 

flitters, macadamizing, sidewalks: ordered a 149 
and : John Mack c 146 a 149, 165 c 10S a 172 c 178, 204; N.E. Fe- 
male Medical College a 93 c 98 a 1 17 c 121 ; H. T. Rockwell c 204 
a 208 

name : Columbus ave. to B. & P. R.R. petition for change to Leb- 
anon park a 51-named Greenwich Park a 71 

paving : petition a 132, 141-report no action a 141 

sewer : schedule a 63 ; assessments paid to Water Power Co. a SS; 
abated a 96 

stables : F. F. Gerrish a 191 ; R. H. Waters a 182, 200 

1871, coal-hole : permit revoked a 206 
edgestones : ordered a 24S 
sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 45 
stable : N. P. Duty a 3S2 

1872, stable : P. E. Murray a 12, 58 

1873, land : Massachusetts Homoeopathic Hospital a 428 c 435, 557 a 564 
187-4, land : S. B. Smith a 6S7 C700 a 741 c 755 

1875, edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 467 ; schedule a 763 
grading, macadamizing : order referred a59S-report no action 

a 622 
improvements : petition a 452 
land : Boston University a 239 c 251 a 336 c 33S a 423 c 425 ; T. E. 

& T. P. Mosely a 220 c 227 a 309 c 311 
lantern : C. L. Smith a 68c, 705 

1876, land : taxes remitted on Lot No. 3 a 393 c 395, 417; Association 

Relief Destitute Roman Catholic' Children a 563, 572 c 581, 643 
a 650 
stable : Michael Dolan a 4S3, 493 

1877, sidewalks : abatement assessment, Association Protection Desti- 

tute Catholic Children petition a 146-abated a 172 

1878, land : S. B. & M. J. Smith a 656 c 663 

1879, sewer : petition leave to connect drain a 402 

Concord street, Charlestown. 

1878, sewer: petition a 601-order of notice a 641, 648-to build a 653- 

schedule, etc. a 712, 752 

1879, sewer : Sarah Brooks assessment abated a 335 

Condor street. 

1868, building: J. P. Russell a 8 

1869, buildings : W. A. Kendrick, C. H. Taggart 171 
1876, building : W. W. & J. T. Bennett a 75^ 

grading : petition a 37, 263 
1873, claim : |ohn Hums c 147 a 151 c 266 a 269 
grading: petition a 316 
gravelling : ordered a 372, 382 



Condor street, continued. 

sewer : petition a 316 

stable : D. W. Parmenter a 247, 258, 270 

1874, bulkbead: rebuilding ordered a 139 
macadamizing : petition a 622 

sewer : petition a 262-order of notice a 287, 299-to build a 321- 
schedule. etc , a 623, 647 

1875, sewer : Elizabeth Davis, M. A. Pierce, assessments abated a 495 

1877, buildings : M. Ellis a 277, 321, 505, 555 
stable : G. W. Farwel; a 601, 617 

1878, stable : J. McDermott a 600, 752 

1879, buildings : J. Laley a 303 ; J. Soley a 335 
poles : Telephone Dispatcii Co. a 699, 743 

stables: B. F. Clowes a 3S7; J. McDermott a 553, 642; J. McDer- 
mott, Jr. a 119, 225, 227; E. Rice a 223, 282 

Conductors, Rain-water. 

1874, alteration, etc., order passed directing superintendent of streets to 
notify owners a 435-rescinded a 452 ; order for chief of police to 
notify, assigned a 453; communication from chief a 525 

Conduit (See Water.) 

Coney's Wharf. 

1879, palm oil, A. B. Gove, petition to melt a540-permit a540-indefmitely 
postponed a 555 

Confectionery. 

1869, licenses to sell granted a 50, 66, 136, 263, 294 
1879, license to sell granted a iS 

Conference. 

1879, papers must be in possession of branch asking for c 168 

1871, vote to adhere must be passed before appointment of committee c 112 

Confirmation of City Officer. 

1877, decision on motion to reconsider c 310 

Congress square. 

1869, grade : established a 2S3 
paving : ordered a 285 

1870, grading: ordered a no 
paving: petition a 83-orclered a no 

1879, paving : petition a 374 

Congress street. 

1868, widening : payment land, etc. James Carbrey a 67, 77, J. P. 

Thorndike, heirs a 67; widening corner of Milk st., refused a 70; 
report further action on assessment of betterments inexpedient 
a 83 

1869, buildings : T. J. Whidden a 88; Chas. Woodberry & Son 94 
grading : petition a 219 

widening: cor. of Milk St., order of notice a 59, 71-order passed 
a 85 c 92; payment land, etc., L. B. Tower a 96; J. B. Moors, 
petition abatement of assessment a 121 

1870, building : C. L. Haley a 37 
claim : Wm. Fortune a 100 c 104 
nuisance : abated a 202 

1871, widening: report, no action necessary on J. B. Moor's petition 

a 50; Henry Willis, payment land, etc. a 179, 1S5 
stationary engine : Spaulding & Co. a 264, 299 

1872, paving: petition a 122-ordered a 134, 141 
sign : \V. H. Prentice & Son a 222 

widening : cor. Milk st., resolve and order referred c 207 a 212- 
report, order passed a 212 c 215; settlement damages, H. A. Whit- 
ney, petition a 21S — heirs Joseph Whitney, payment a 236; removal 
obstructions ordered a 224 

1873, grade : established between Congress and Pearl a 565 
grading : ordered a 327 

stationary engine : W. L. Deland a 273, 300, 306 
widening : between Water and Broad sts., resolve and order 
(CD. 33) passed a S3 c 168; between Water and State sts. , first 
resolve and order (CD. 53), referred a 132 c 135-report, non- 
concurrence a \\o-second resolve and order (CD. 63) passed a 187 
c 192, 203; petition widening on easterly side c 147 a 151 ; estate 
purchased, New England Mutual Life Insurance Co., a 293 c 295, 
297; removal of obstructions ordered a 295, 306, 494; order to 
make terms with J. L. Gardner for temporary occupancy of 
estate a 314; payment land and damages : B. G. Boardman a 221, 
4S3, Carruth heirs, T. M. Coffin a 181, J. M. Cook a 201, J. W. 
Fenno heirs a 470, J. N. Fiske a 431, L. L. Fuller a 171, J. L. 
Gardner, a 314, H. L. Hallett a 565, H. H. Hunnewell a 196, 
J. Hyndman a 181, F. M. Johnson a 250, G. H. & W. P. Kuhn 
a 221, J. Leeds a 210, 575, Samuel May heirs a 171, E. C. 
Millikin a 221, J. B. Moors a 210, A. J. Morse a 306, Morse, 
Denny, & Co. a 575, H. F. Nevins a 548, 562, New England Mu- 
tual Life Insurance Co. a 470, R. G. Norris a 210, J. Parker 
a 171, Henry and Jacob Pfaff a 54S, 562, E. B. Phillips a 1S1, H. 
Poor & Son a 272, J. S. Potter a 171, J. P. Preston a 293, T. E. 
Proctor a 171, W. L. Putnam a 431, J. G. Russell a 139 c 144, 155 
a 242, J. O. Safford a 1S1, Sampson & Davenport a 221, 295, F. R. 
Sears a 575, S. R. Spaulding a 221, W. B. Spooner a 181, F. H. 
Stimpson a 2S4, Albert Thompson a 250, J. Tuttle a 342, H. M. 
Whitney a 171, heirs Benjamin Willis a 171 



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CONSTABLES 



Congress street, continued. 

1874, cellar: alteration ordered a 262 
grading : notice of raising- a 101 
Hoisting-beam : Harding, Gray, & Dewey a 29 
projecting sign: Harding, Gray, & Dewey a 36, 151 
widening: payment land, etc., Win. Deshon a 666, 677, E. A., 

II. E. & G. F. "Parkman a 120, 136, W. F. Weld a 213 

1875, clock : W. Bond & Son a 633, 6S6 
building : R. A. Dinin a 436, 665 

widening : payment land, etc. : G. D. Howe, et als. a 532, 547, F. 
M. Johnson a 623 
187©, grading, paving, clearing : ordered a 552 

widening: building, cor. State St., order relative to occupancy 
by city departments a 78 c S6-report, discussion a 115 c 121-order to 
sell land and building a 212, 213-discussed, amended, passed 
c 218, 219-non-concurred a 227-discussed, passed c 235 to 237- 
motion to reconsider lost c 258-personal explanation of Mr. 
Shaw, Ward 12 c 258-order to close, to remove building a 50S; 
betterment assessments abated, heirs of Thomas Cordis a 729, L. 
L. Fuller a 117, R. C. Waterston a 729 

1877, land : petitions use of a 146 c 158 a 202 c 206 a 611 c 620; sale 

ordered c S49 a S53, S54 
railroads: Metropolitan a 643,695,707, 728, 732, 747, 760; South 

Boston a 7S1 
widening: S. H. Russell, petition abatement of betterment c 25 

a 29; order to sell land to Tremont Nat. Bank c 849-discussed 

a Ss3~passed a 845 

1878, railroads : Highland a 250, 324, 3S1, 384, 425, 426, 492; Middlesex 

a 722; South Boston a 26, 39, Si, S2, 128, 129, 149, 658, 661, 722 
■widening : New England Mutual Life Insurance Co., assessment 
cancelled a 305; report no action on petition S.H.Russell for ap- 
portionment of betterments a 697 

1879, crossing: petition a 2S1, 303, 702-ordered a 352 

railroads : Cambridge a 204, 311, 363, 364, 43S, 457, 45S; Highland 
a 597' n S3' 656, 704, 70S; Metropolitan a 374, 425, 471 ; South Bos- 
ton a 197 

Congress-street Bridge. [Formerly Eastern-avenue Bridge.] 

187S, location : approved a 493 c 496; soundings for a 431 c 435, 450 

1874, construction : contract authorized a 403, 40S c 418 
draw : petition relative to location a 334 c 344 

grade : petition for reduction a 559 c 565-order passed to modify 
contract to admit of reduction a 574 c 575 

1875, superintendent: office established a 705 c 713; committee to 

nominate c 715-reconsidered c 727 
ordinance : establishing office of superintendent, naming bridge, 
etc. (CD. 120), passed a 705 c 713 
187G, superintendent : M. J. Callahan, elected a 67 C71 ; annual report 

a 33 c 37 

care and superintendence: transferred from joint committee 
on streets to committee on bridges a 45 c 50 

1877, superintendent: nominated a 197-M. J. Callahan elected c 206 

a 215 ; assistants appointed a 323 ; annual report a 9 c 13 
closing : ordered a 297 
water-tank : M. Clark, petition a 317 

1878, superintendent: nominated c 122-M. J 

assigned c 137-discussion c 152-elected c 
c 12 
repairs : closed for a 6S2 

1879, supei-intentlent : nominated c 137 a 140-report discussed, recom- 

mitted a 140, 141 c 151 ; M. J. Callahan elected c 201 a 20S; report 
of balloting corrected c 219; annual report a34 C40; assistants ap- 
pointed a 424 
claim : C. Heffernan a 592 c 605 a 669 c 675 

Connor, Christopher A., Alderman. 

1870, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on Church-st. district, to obtain opinion of 
city solicitor relative to contested election of Alderman Richard- 
son, rules of board, state aid a 2 ; assessors' department, petition of 
Charles Richardson, public instruction, public lands, streets, Suf- 
folk-st. district, to nominate engineers fire department, trustees 
of city hospital 5; commons, 45; to nominate superintendent of 
sewers 12; free concerts 12, 144; salaries 17; report of treasurer 
of Franklin fund 62; conference on salary bill 101 ; fourth of July 
117; annual harbor excursion 158; dangerous buildings 207; site 
for engine 15, 233 

elected : committee on accounts a 2 

remarks: free books for public schools a 39; Roxbury Latin 
school 55; order to examine police station 6, 7S; appropriation 
bill 89; Broadway extension 90; Museum of Fine Arts 95, 112; 
order for assessors to report change of residence no; Burrill 
claim 127; parade-ground 133; Broadway damages 142,143; Dear- 
born school-house 143; removal of tracks, Dorchester ave.,_ 145; 
fourth of July regatta 152; employment of persons to estimate 
street damages 158; police force 159, 163, 164; enlargement of 
Madison square 166; loan for completion of Chestnut Hill reser- 
voir 174, 177; bills of city government 176; list of persons evading 
taxes 176; assessment lists 185; Mount Washington-ave. bridge 
192, 193, 197; police nominations 193, 232,311 ; engine 15, 194, 21S; 
abatement of Tremont-st. betterments 19S; release of land, Tre- 
mont st. 20S; extension of Middlesex st. and Carney pi. 221; 
steamer Henry Morrison 225, 232, 233; temporary steam tracks 
238; South Boston railroad fares' 241 ; Suffolk st. district 246; free 
tolls for police 248; South Boston sts. 249, 27S, 357 ; list of non- 
tax-payers 258; excursions by fire engine companies 26S; vacancy 



. Callahan elected a 127- 
154; annual report a 10 



Connor, Christopher A.,, Alderman, continued. 

in board of dublic institutions 267, 26S; Guild st. extension 286; 
Humphrey pi. 323, 35S; Washington-st. widening 323 ; establish- 
ment of board of street commissioners 332; home for poor 351 

Constable of the Commonwealth. 

1868, petition E. J. Jones, that duties under section 14 license law be con- 
ferred on him and deputies a 36-report a 55 

Constables. 

1868, appointed : F. M. Adams, W. C. Allen, A. F. Anderson, G. M. 

Atwood, J. R. Barry, M. P. Berry, W. W. Blake, C. S. Blood, 
Samuel Brackett, F. V. Bulfinch, A. O. Butinan, Derastus Clapp, 
Lemuel Clark, J. D. Coburn a 27; J. D. Collins 60; W. P. Cook, 

D. B. Curtis, James Curtis 27; S. A. Cushing 64; E. M. Davis, 
A. G. Dawes, A. P. Dearborn, D. M. R. Dow, A. .->. Drew 27; 
J. W. Dudley 69; W. E. Easterbrook, C. S. Emery, R. J. Fen- 
nelly 27; John Flynn 54; Thomas Folger 27; E. D. Foss 49; E. 
F. Gay, W. T. Gibbons, Thomas Hall 27; J. G. Hanington 54; 
J. C. Harrington 27; J. C. Harrington, Jr. 46; Zacheus Holmes, 
M. S. Holway, Alexander Hopkins, S. N. Howe, John Huston, 
F. P. Ingalls, P. D. Ladd, J. T. Lawton 27; A. M. Leavitt }o; H. 
A. Marsh 57; W. D. Martin, Wm. McCarthy, C. J. Merrill, J. E. 
Munroe, Wm. Munroe, J. B. Neale, I. F. Nelson 27; J. B. O'Brien 
30; James O'Learv, David Patterson, E. S. Phelps, Joseph Pierce, 
A. W. Rice, Edwin Rice 27; J. C. Robinson 43; G. A. Rogers 
17; J. W. Rose, Burnham Royce, Charles Smith, T. M. Smith, 
Asa Southworth, O. H. Spurr 27; J. B. Stackpole3o; H. C. Strat- 
ton 27; W. B. Tarleton 49; Henrv Taylor 27; J. M. Thing- 54; G. 
W. Tuckerman, W. G. Tyler, S. S. Vialle, J. C. Warren, Johnson 
Warren, J. B Weeks, Wm. Whitwell, John Williams, T. P. Wil- 
liams, W*. W. Williams, John Wilson, Isaac Worsley 27 

1869, appointed: Francis M.Adams, A. F. Anderson, Lionel Ayers, 

James Ball, J. R. Barry, F. J. Baxter, M. P. Berry, W. W. Blake, 
C. S. Blood, Samuel Brackett, F. V. Bulfinch, A. O. Butman, 
Derastus Clapp, Lemuel Clark, J. W. Coburn, D. J. Collins, D. B. 
Curtis, O. J. Curtis, S. A. Cushing, E. M. Davis a 223 ; G. W. De- 
catur 285; D. M. R. Dow, A. S* Drew 223; G. G. Drew 291 ; W. 

E. Easterbrook 223; C. S. Emery, R. J. Fennelly, Thomas Fol- 
ger 223; E. D. Foss 232; E. O. Frederick, E. F. Gay 223; J. F. 
Goodwin 64, 223; Thomas Hall, J. G. Harrington, J. C. Har- 
rington, J. C. Harrington, Jr., Zacheus Holmes, M. S. Holway, 
Alexander Hopkins, S. N. Howe 223; John Huston 267 ; C. L. 
Hutchins 154; F. P. Ingalls 223; A. L. Knowles 267; J. T. Law- 
ton, W. D. Martin, C. J. Merrill, J. E. Munroe, Wm. Munroe 223 ; 
J. B. Neale 267; A. F. Neals 241; I. F. Nelson, John O'Brien, 
James O'Leaty, H. B. Paige, David Patterson, vV. S. Peabody, 
E. S. Phelps, Joseph Pierce, E. B. Proctor 223; John D. Reed 
232; A. M. Rice, Edwin Rice, J. C. Robinson 223; W. D. Rock- 
wood 241 ; Ai Roe 94, 225; Joseph Rowes 223; Burnham Royce 
267; J. W. Savery P4; Charles Smith, T. M. Smith, Asa South- 
worth, O. H. Spurr, ]. B. Stackpole, F. R. Stoddard, H. C. Strat- 
ton, Henry Taylor, G. W. Tuckerman, W. G. Tyler, S. S. Vialle, 
J. C. Warren, Johnson Warren, Wm. Whitwell, John Williams, 
W. W. Williams, John Wilson, Isaac Worsley 223 

bonds approved : a 147, 151, 243 

reappointment : J. M. Thing, petition a 2Si-refu?ed a 326 

1870, appointed: F. M. Adams, A. F. Anderson, James Ball a 245; 

VV. H. Bancroft 255; J. R. Barry, Phineas Bates 245; F. J. Bax- 
ter 253; M. P. Berrv, W. W. Blake 245; C. L. Blood 253; Samuel 
Brackett, F. V. Buifinch 245; Wm. Calder 253; Derastus Clapp, 
Lemuel Clark, J. D. Coburn, Chase Cole, D.J. Collins 245; T. R. 
Cooper 12; D. B. Curtis, O.J. Curtis, S. A. Cushing 245; C. R. 
Cutter 132, 24.5; E. M. Davis, G. W. Decatur, D. M. R. Dow, A. 
S. Drew, G. G. Drew, W. E. Easterbrook 245 ; B. P. Eldridge 12 ; 
C. S. Emery, E. W. Farr 245; Ephraim Fan- 43; G. M. Felch 
245; R.J. Fennelly 253; G. P. Fenno 12; Thomas Folger, E. D. 
Foss, E. O. Frederick, E. F. Gay 245; Sarell Gleason 62, 245; R. 
T. Glidden 12; J. F. Goodwin 245; Abel Goss 12; Thomas Hall, 
James G. Harrington, J. C. Harrington 245; C. W. Hebard 32, 
245; S. H. Hebard 12, 245; Theodore Mersey 12; Z. Holmes, M. 
S. Holway, Alex. Hopkins, John Huston 245; S. N. Howe, F. P. 
Ingalls, R. R. Knapp 245; A. L. Knowles 253; J. T. Lawton, A. 
MTLeavitt, J. P. Leeds, Samuel Mcintosh, W. D. Martin, John 
May, E. F. Mecueu 245; Benjamin Meriam 122, 245; C. J. Mer- 
rill,']. E. Munroe, Wm. Munroe, A. F. Neale, J. B. Neale, I. F. 
Nelson, John O'Brien 245; H. P. Page 253; David Patterson, W. 
S. Peabody, E. S. Phelps, Joseph Pierce, G. B. Proctor, J. D. 
Reed, A. M. Rice, Edwin Rice, E. G. Richardson 245; Edward 
Riley 294; B. F. Roberts 245; John Robie 5, 245; J. C. Robinson, 
253; W\ D. Rockwood 245; Ai Roe, Joseph Rowe, Burnham 
Royce, Charles Smith, L. W. Smith, T. M. Smith 245; A. C. 
Southworth 12, 245; O. H. Spurr, F. R. Stoddard, W. H. Stone, 
H. C. Stratton 245; T. W. Stratton 2^3; J M. Swett 58, 245; W. 
H. Swift 245; B. F. Taylor 12; Henry Taylor, G. W. Tucker- 
man, C. E. Turner 245; J. B. Tuttle 253; W. G. Tyler, S. S. 
Vialle, J. C. Warren, Johnson Warren, J. B. Weeks, Wm. Whit- 
well, W. W. Williams, Isaac Worsley 245 ; J. H. Wyeth 7.. 

bonds : approved a 256, 265, 275, 2S7 ; M. Lomasney, petition re- 
lease from bond of J. C. Robinson a 26 

removal : M. Anderson, petition removal E. W. Farr a 199 

1871, appointed: F. M. Adams, A. F. Anderson, lames Ball, J. K. 

Barry, F. J. Baxter, M. P. Berry, W. W. Blake a 2.^2; G. li. 
Blasland 107, 252; C. S. Blood, Samuel Brackett, F. V. Bulfinch 
252; Win. Burns 287; A. O. Butman 252; II. M. Campbell 3S7 ; 
R. S. Carroll 319; Derastus Clapp, Lemuel Clark, J. D. Coburn, 



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Henry Crane, Jr., D. B. Curtis, O. J. Curtis, S. A. Gushing-, C. R. 
Cutter 252; H. R. Darling- 261; W. G. Davies 244; E. M. Davis 
252; G. W. Decatur 2S7; D. M. R. Dow, A. S- Drew, G. G. Drew 
252 ; Alpheus Dunbar 241 ; W. E. Easterbrook, C. S. Emery, E. W. 
Farr, R. J. Fennellv, E. D. Foss 252; E. M. Fox 387; E. F. Gay, 
Sarell Gleason, J. F. Goodwin 252; E. W. Griggs 3S7; Charles 

A. Hackett 107, 252; Thomas Hall, J. G. Harrington, J. C. Har- 
rington, C. W. Hebard, S. H. Hebard, \V. B. Hewes, Zaccheus 
Holmes, M. S. Holway, Alexander Hopkins, S. N. Howe 252; 
Joseph Hubbard 229, 252; H. M. Hunter 60, 252; John Huston, 
F. P. Ingalls 252; T. A. Jackson 195, 252; J. S. Jacobs 338; R. R. 
Knapp 261 ; A. L. Knowles, J. T. Lawton 252; W. H. Mcintosh 
357; W. D. Martin 252; W. H. Matthews 107; E. F. McCuen, 
Benjamin Meriam, J. E. Munroe, S. T. Munroe, A. F. Neale, J. 

B. Neale, I. F. Nelson, John O'Brien, H. B. Paige, Jonah Paine, 
Jr., David Paterson, W. S. Peabody 252; A. P. Perry 49; E. S. 
Phelps, Joseph Pierce, G. B. Proctor, J. D. Reed, A. M. Rice, 
Edwin Rice, E. G. Richardson, George Richardson, Edward 
Riley, J. C. Robinson, W. D. Rock wood, Ai Roe, Joseph Rowe, 
Burnham Royce, J. E. Ryder, Charles Smith, L. W. Smith 252; 
S. H. Smith 49, 261 ; T. M. Smith, A. C. Southworth, Asa South- 
worth 252; E. 15. Spinney 2S7; O. H. Spurr, F. R. Stoddard 252; 
W. H. Stone 26S; H. C. Stratton 252; T. W. Stratton 261; T. P. 
Sweat 3?S; J. M. Swett, Heniv Taylor, G. T. Tuckerman, C. E. 
Turner, 'W.'G. Tyler, S. S. Vialle, Johnson Warren 252; W. H. 
Warren, Jr. 272; C. B. Watts 115, 252; J B. Weeks 252; Leonard 
Wesson 2S7; J. G. S. White, W. W. Williams, Isaac Worsley, J. 
H. Wyeth, A. G. Wyman 252 

bonds : approved a 2S0 

1872, appointed : W. V. Abbott a 2S0; F. M. Adams, A. F. Anderson, 

[nines Ball, J. R. Barry 264; Phineas Bates 249; F. J. Baxter, M. 
P. Berry, W. W. Blake, Gideon B. Blasland, C.S. Blood, Samuel 
Brackett, S. J. Bradlee 264; F. V. Bulfinch, William Burns, A. 
O. Butnam 249; H. A. Campbell 264; Samuel Canning 2S0; 
Derastus Clapp, Lemuel Clark, J. D. Coburn 264; Chase Cole 249; 
W. P. Cook, Henry Crane, Jr., W. C. Culver 264; D. B. Curtis 
249; S. A. Cushing, C. R. Cutter, H. R. Darling, E. M. Davis 
264; W. G. Davies 249; G. W. Decatur, D. M. R. Dow 264; T- F. 
Downing 2S0; A. S Drew, G. G. Drew, Alpheus Dunbar, W. E. 
Easterbrook, C. S. Emery, E. W. Farr 264; G. M. Felch, Thomas 
B'olger 249; E. D. Foss, E. M. Foss 264; E. F. Gay 249; Sarell 
Gleason, J. F. Goodwin, William Gordon, E. F. Griggs, C. A. 
Hackett, Thomas Hall, J. G. Harrington, J. C. Harrington, C. 
W. Hebard 264; S. H. Hebard 249; M. S. Holway, S. N. Howe, 
Joseph Hubbard, W. B. Hughes, H. M. Hunter, John Huston, 
F. P. Ingalls, T. A.Jackson, R. R. Knapp, A. L. Knowles 264; 
A. M. Leavitt 249; j. T. Lawton 264; J. P. Leeds 249; A. R. 
Lewis 139, 264; G. D. Lund 264; G. D. Lunt 2S; W. D. Martin, 
[ohn May 264; Benjamin Meriam 249; G. B. Munroe 264; G. D. 
Munroe 37; J. E. Murroe, S. T. Munroe, A. F. Neal 264; J. B. 
Neal 264, 275, 291; I. F. Nelson 249; J. B. O'Brien 264; Samuel 
Mcintosh 249; H. P. Paige, Isaiah Paine, Jr., David Patterson 
264; W. S. Peabody 249; G. H. Phillips 51, 264; Jonas Pierce 264; 
Joseph Pierce 249; G. B. Proctor, J. D. Reed 264; A. M. Rice 
249; Edwin Rice 264; E. G. Richardson 249; Edward Riley, B. 

F. Roberts, John Robie, J. C. Robinson, W. D. Rockwood 264; 
Ai Roe 249; Joseph Rowe, Burnham Royce, G. H. Royce, Charles 
Smith, L. W. Smith, S. H. Smith, T. M. Smith, A. C. South- 
Worth, Asa Southworth 264; F. R. Stoddard 249; J. R. Stone 45, 
51, 264; W. H. Stone, H. C. Stratton 264; T W. Stratton 264, 2S0; 
T. P. Sweat 264; J- M. Swett 249; Henry Taylor, G. W. Tucker- 
man 264; C. E. Turner 249; W. G. Tyler, S. S. Vialle, Johnson 
Warren, W. H. Warren, Jr., C. B. Watts 264; D. L. Wentworth 
1S3, 264; Leonard Wesson, J. G. S. White 245; Nathaniel Whittier 
1S3; W. W. Williams 264; A. G. Wyman 249 

bonds : petition bondsmen of R. S. Carroll to be dischaiged a 239 
reappointment : R. S. Carroll, ^petition a 329-charges against 

a 346-refused a 376 
salnries : bills for extra services, Henry Taylor, approved a 241 

c 247, 254 

1873, appointed : F. M. Adams, A. F. Anderson a 367, 383; R. F. 

Andrews 418; James Ball, J. R. Barry, F. J. Baxter '167, iSj; 
J. T. Beers 101 ; M. P. Berry, W. W. Blake, G. B. Blasland, 

C. S. Blood, C. A. Booth, Samuel Brackett, S. J. Bradlee, F. V. 
Bulfinch, Wm. Burns, H. A. Campbell, Samuel Canning, Jr., J.' 
M. Carter, Derastus' Clapp, Lemuel Clark, J. D. Coburn, W. P. 
Cook, Henry Crane, Jr., 367,383; M F. Curley 42S; D. B. Cur 
tis, S. A. Cushing, C. R. Cutter, H. R. Darling, W. G. Davies 

G. W. Decatur, D. M. R. Dow, A. S. Drew, G. G. Drew, 367! 
383; J- V. Dudlev 160; W. V. Dudley, J. A. Duggan, Alpheus 
Dunbar, W. E. Easterbrook, C. S. Emery, E. W. Farr, Thomas 
Folger, 367,383; II. M. Forristall 217,367,383; E. D. Farr, E. 







B. Hughes 367, 3S3; II. M. Hunter 367; John Huston, F 
I'. Ingalls, T. A. Jackson, J. S. Jacobs, F. P. Knapp, R. R. Knapp, 
Abbott Knowles, J. T. Lawton 367 3S3 ; H. D. Littlefield 19, 
3"7. 383; G- D. Lund 367, 383; JohnMcConnell 453; W. D. 




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383; W. T. Pindell 2S8, 367, 3S3, G. B. Proctor, J. D. Reed, A. 
M. Rice, Edwin Rice, George Richardson, Edward Riley, John 
Robie, J. C. Robinson, W. D. Rockwood 367, 383; F. T. Rose 
in" F. T. Ross, Joseph Rowe, Burnham Royce, G. H. Royce, 
Charles Smith, L. W. Smith, S. H. Smith, T. M. Smith, E. R. 
Smyth, A. C. Southworth, Asa Southworth, E. B. Spring, F. R. 
Stoddard 367, 3S3; G. P. Stone 41S; J. R. Stone, W. H. Stone, 
H. C. Stratton 367, 383; T. W. Stratton 39S ; Barry Sullivan 
488; T. P. Sweat, J- M. Swett, W. H. Swift, Henry Taylor 
367, 3S3; C. E. Townsend 441, G. W. Tuckerman, W. G. Tyler, 
367, 383; E. G. Wallis 382; Johnson Warren, W. H. Warren, 
Jr., C. B. Watts 367, 3S3; J. W. Wayland 453: D. L. Went- 
worth 238, 367, 3S3; Leonard Wesson 367, 383; Nathaniel 
Whittier a 217; W. W. Williams, A. G. Wyman a 367, 3S3 

bonds approved : a 418, 429, 442, 453, 465, 474, 4S1, 4SS, 499, 501, 
513, 532 

removal s Nathaniel Whittier a 305 
1874, appointed : F. M.Adams, A. F. Anderson, R. F.Andrews, James 
Ball, J. R. Barry, F. J. Baxter, M. T. Berry a 539; C. L. Black 
552; W. W. Blake, C. A. Booth, Samuel Brackett, S.J. Bradlee 
539; M. P. Brown 369, 3A1, 539; F. V. Bulfinch 539; Charles 
Burcham 2, 539; Wm. BuBs, H. A. Campbell, Samuel Canning, 
Jr., J. M. Carter, Derastusttlapp, Lemuel Chirk, J. D. Coburn, 



VV. P. Cook 539; J. F. 
Curtis 539; S. A. Cushii] 
552; W. G. Davies 539; 1 
D. M. R. Dow, A. S. Dil 
Duncklee, W. E. Eastern 
Farr 608; R. F. Files $9% 
539; W. A. Foot 578; E. 
n er 7. 539; E. F. Gay 
Gleason, J. F. Goodwin, 
Griggs, Thomas Hall, J. 



Itton, 7, 539; M. F. Curley, D. B. 
567; G. E. Cutter 7; C. R. Cutter 
IW. Derby 57S; H. W. Dickefman, 
', G. G. Drew, J. A. Duggan, J. S. 
>ok 539; C. S. Emery 552; E. W. 
11 Thomas Folger, H. "M. Forristall 
1. Foss 371, 387, 539; W. T. Gard- 
(9; Edward Glafling 7, 539; Sarell 
"m. Gordon, D. J. Gorman, E. W. 
Harrington, J. G. Harrington 539; 
G. E7 Haynes, 7; S. H~ Hebard, W. L. Hicks, 539; J. M. Hod- 
gate 552; Joseph Hubbard, John Huston, F. P. Ingalls, T. A. 
Jackson 539; Isaac Jacobs 7, 371, 3S7, 539; P. R. Jacobs 7; C.P. 
Johnson 351, 371, 387, 539! S. P. Kelley 539; S. P. Kellogg 2; 
H. P. Kennedy 408, S39J F. P. Knapp, R. R. Knapp 539; J. H. 
Knox 2; J. T. Lawton, A. J. Locke 539; Nicholas Lynch 74S; 
N. G. Lynch 7, 371; W. D. Martin 539; John May 552; W. 
H. McCausland 369, 539; John McConnell 559; Henry Mc- 
Donald, Jr. 100, 539; Samuel Mcintosh, W. H Mcintosh, 
Benjamin Merriam 539; Michael Merrick, Jr. 387, 539; James 
Miskelly 7, 539! G. B. Munroe, J. E. Munroe, S. T. Munroe, A. 
F. Neale, I. F. Nelson, A. F. Nettleton, J. B. O'Brien, Isaiah 
Paine, Jr., David Patterson, W. S. Peabody, Joseph Pierce, G. B. 
Proctor, J. D. Reed, A. M. Rice, Edwin Rice 539; George 
Richardson '552; H. F. Ripley 100; John Robie 539; J. C. 
Robinson 552; W. D. Rockwood, John Rogers 371, 387, 539; 

F. T. Rose, Joseph Rowe, Burnham Royce, G. H. Royce 539; 
Charles Smith 532; T. M. Smith, E. R." Smythe, A. C. South- 
worth, Asa Southworth, E. B. Spinney, F. R. Stoddard, G. P. 
Stone, J. R. Stone, W. H. Stone 539; H. C. Stratton 552; Barry 
Sullivan, J. M., Swett, W. H. Swift, Henry Tavlor 539; C. E. 
Townsend 567 ; G. W. Tuckerman, C. E. Turner, W. G. Tvler 539; 

G. A. Walker 7; E. G. Wallis, Johnson Warren, W. H. Warren, 
Jr., Leonard Wesson 539; S P. White 100, 539; G. R. Williams 
334; 539! w - w - Williams 539; C. F. Wootiindale 100; A. G. 
Wyman 539 

bonds! approved a 7, 15, 29, 36, 115, 139, 150, 167, 2S6, 339, 371, 
387, 410, 434, 556, 563, 567, 5S5, 596, 600, 623, 641, 664,678, 6S7, 706, 
739; B. F. Bean et a/., petition release from bonds of W. T. Pin- 
dell 427 

removal : petition removal of H. R. Darling a 351 

salaries s see Municipal courts and Salaries. 
1875, appointed: F. M. Adams, A. F. Anderson a 490, 507; R. F. An- 
drews 527; James Ball 490, 1507; J. A. Barry, Phineas Bates, F.J. 
Baxter, J. T. Beers, M. P. Berry, W. W. Blake, C. S. Blood, C. 
A. Booth, Samuel Bracket 490, 507; S.J. Bnidlee 490-tabled 507- 
discussed 642, 643; F. B. Brown 490, 507; M. P. Brown, F. V. 
Bulfinch, Charles Burcham, H. A. Campbell, Samuel Canning, 
Jr., J. M. Carter, Lemuel Clark, J. D. Coburn, Chase Cole, G. W. 
Conant, W. P. Cook, J. F. Cotton, W. F. Curley, D. B. Curtis, S. 
A. Cushing, C. R. Cutter 490, 507 ; H. R. Darling 7, 490, 1507 ; W. 
G. Davies, I. W. Derby, H. W. Dickerman, A. S. Drew, G. G. 
Drew, J. A. Duggan 490,507; J. S. Duncklee 527; W. E. Easter- 
brook, C. S. Emery, E. W. Farr, G. M. Felch, Thos. Folger, H. 
M. Forristall, W. A. Frost, E. D. Foss, W. T. Gardner, Sarell 
Gleason, Edward Glufling, J. F. Goodwin, Wm. Gordon, D. J. 
Gorman 400, 507 ; Augustus Grant 39^, 490, 507; E. W. Griggs, 
Thos. Hall, J.E. Harrington, J. C. Harrington, S. H. Heblird, 
W. L. Hicks, J. W. Hodgate, Joseph Hubbard, John Huston, F. 
P. Ingalls, J. A. Jackson, Isaac Jacobs, C. P. Johnson, W. K. 
Jones, S. P. Kelley, H. P. Kennedy, G. P. Kingslev, F. P. Knapp, 
R. R. Knapp, J. T. Lawton, A. Mi Lenvitt, J. P. Leeds 490, 507; 
N. G. Lynch 490, 507, 536, 549; Tohn MacConnell, W. D. Martin, 
John May, Henry McDonald, Jr., Samuel Mcintosh, W. H. Mc- 
intosh, E. F. Mecuen, Benjamin Meriam, Michael Merrick, Jr., 
James Miskelly, G. B. Munroe, J. E. Munroe, S. T. Munroe, 
Samuel Nash, A. F. Neale, A. F. Nettleton, J. B. O'Brien, Isaiah 
Paine, Jr., David Patterson, W. S. Peabody, A. H. Peters, Henry 
Prentiss, J. E. Priest, J. B. Proctor, John D. Reed, A. M. Rice, 
Edwin Rice, H. F. Ripley, John Robie, N. G. Robinson, W. D. 
Rockwood, John Rogers, F. T. Rose, Joseph Rowe, Burnham 
Royce, G. H. Royce, Wm. Sherburne; Charles Smith, E. R. 
Smith, L. W. Smith 490, 507; Lorenzo Smith 527; T. M. Smith, 



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Asa Southworth, A. C. Southworth 490, 507; H. F. Spach 201; 

E. B. Spinney, G. P. Stone, J. R. Stone, W. H. Stone, Barry Sul- 
livan 490, 507; D. A. Sullivan 36, 490, 507; J. VV. Sweet, W. H. 
Swift 490, 507 ; C. S. Tasker 66, 490, 507; Henry Taylor, Joseph 
Tolman, C. E. Townsend, G. W. Tuckerman, C. E. Turner, W. 
G. Tyler, E. G. Wallis, Morris Walsh, M. J. Walsh, Johnson 
Warren, W. H. Warren, Jr., S. P. White, G. R. Williams, W. W. 
Williams, C. S. Wooffindale 490, 507 

bonds approved: a 13, 46, Si, 112,394,421,436,536,549,551,562, 

5S3, 622, 637, 644, 665, 6S4, 752 
salaries : see Municipal courts and Salaries, 
resigned : J. C. Robinson a 166 

1876, appointed: F. M. Adams, A. F. Anderson, R. F. Andrews, 

James Ball, W. P. Bangs, J. R. Barry, Phineas Bates, F. J. Bax- 
ter, J. T. Beers, M. P. Berry, W. W. Blake, C. S. Blood, Charles 
Booth, C. A. Booth, Samuel Brackett, F. B. Brown, M. P. 
Brown, F. V. Bulfinch, Charles Burcham, H. A. Campbell, Samu- 
el Canning, Jr., J. M. Carter, Lemuel Clark, J. D. Coburn, Chase 
Cole, G. W". Conant, W. P. Cook, D. B. Curtis, S. A. Cushing, 

C. R. Cutter, H. R. Darling, W. G. Davies, I. W. Derby, H. W. 
Dickerman, A. S. Drew, G. G. Drew, J. A. Duggan, J. S. Dunck- 
lee, W. E. Easterbrook, C. S. Emery, E. W. Farr, G. M. Felch, 
Thomas Folger, H. M. Forristall, W. A. Fort, E. D. Foss, W. 
T. Gardner, Sarell Gleason, Edward Glufling, J F. Goodwin, 
Wm. Gordon, D. J. Gorman, Augustus Grant, Thomas Hall, J. 
G. Harrington, J. C. Harrington, S. H. Hebard, W. L. Hicks, 
J. M. Hodgate, Joseph Hubbard, John Huston, F. P. Ingalls, T. 
A. Jackson, Isaac Jacobs, C. P.Johnson a 509; W. K. Jones 535; 
S. P. Kelley 509; N. P. Kemp 6S3; H. P. Kennedy, G. P. Kingsley, 

F. P. Knapp, R. R. Knapp, J. T. Lawton, A. M. Leavitt, J. P. 
Leeds, N. G. Lynch, W. D. Martin, John May, John McConnell, 
Samuel Mcintosh, W. H. Mcintosh, E. F^ Mecuen, Benjamin 
Meriam, Michael Merrick, Jr., James Miskelly509; A. B. Mun- 
roe 523; G. B. Munroe, J. E. Munroe, Samuel Nash, A. F.Neale, 
A. F. Ncttleton, J. B. O'Brien, Isaiah Paine, Jr., David Patterson, 
W. S. Peabody, A. H. Peters, Joseph Pierce, Henry Prentiss, J. 

E. Priest, G. B. Proctor, J. D. Reed, C. B. Rice, Edwin Rice, F. 

F. Ricketson, H. F. Ripley, John Robie, W. D. Rockwood, John 
Rogers, F. T. Rose, Joseph Rowe, Burnham Royce, G H. Royce, 
William Sherburne, Charles Smith, L. W. Smith, Lorenzo Smith, 
T. M. Smith, E. R. Smyth, Asa Southworth, E. B. Spinney 509; 
W. J. Stokes, 523; G. P. Stone, J. R. Stone, W. H. Stone, "Barry 
Sullivan, D. A. Sullivan, J. M. Swett, W. H. Swift, C. S. Tasker, 
Henry Taylor, C. E. Townsend, G. W. Tuckerman, C. E. Turner, 
W. G. Tyler, E. G. Wallis, M. J. Walsh, Johnson Warren, W. 
H. Warren, S. P. White, G. R. Williams, W. W. Williams, C. 
S. Wooffindale, A. G. Wyman 509 

bonds: approved a 77, 529, 535, 551, 562, 572, 586, 603, 632, 651, 661, 
6S6, 701 ; petition J. Dunham and J. D. Dodge, release from bond 
of C. S. Blood a 59 

salaries : order to petition for legislation relative to a 76, 77-tabled 
c S6-new order passed a 101 

1877, appointed: F. M. Adams a 593 ; A. F. Anderson 593. 626; R. 

F. Andrews 593, 612; E. L. Ayer 29, 593, 612; W. H. Badlam 
624; James Ball, W. S. Bangs 593, 612; J. R. Barry 593, 609; 
Patrick Barry 277, 593; Phineas Bates 593, 609; F.J. Baxter 
593, 612; J. T. Beers 593, 609; M. P. Berry 593, 624; W. W. 
Biake 593, 609; C. S. Blood, Charles Booth, C. A. Booth 593, 
612; Samuel Brackett 593, 609; James Bragdon 763; F. B. 
Brown, M. P. Brown 593; F. V. Bulfinch, Charles Burcham 
593,609; F. H. Butler 612; Hiram Campbell 593, 624; Samuel 
Canning, Jr., J. M. Carter 593, Lemuel Clark 593, 612; J. D. 
Coburn 593, '626; Chase Cole 593, 609; G. W. Conant 593, 
626; W. P. Cook 593, 609; W. M. H. Copeland 612; S. W. 
Cunningham 468; D. B. Curtis 593, 609; S. A. Cushing 593; 
H. R. Darling 593, 612; W. G. Davies 593, 639; G. C. Davis 
837; I. W. Derby 593, 609; D. R. M. Dow, 334, 593, 626; A. S. 
Drew 593, 612; G. G. Drew 593, 624; J. A. Duggan 763; 
Wm. Easterbrook 593; C. S. Emery 593, 624; D. L. Fagin 
612; E. W. Farr 593, 612; G. W. Farr 593, 763; Norman Farr 
593, 703; Thos. Fee' 52, 612, 626; G. M. Felch, Thos. Folger, H. 
M. Forristall 593, 609; W. A. Fort 593; E. D. Foss 593, 626; 
W. T. Gardner, Sarell Gleason 593, 612; J. F. Goodwin 593; 

D. J. Gorman 593, 609; Augustus Grant, Thos. Hall 593, 626; 
J. 6. Harrington 593, 624; J. C. Harrington 593, 612; S. H. 
Hebard, W. L. Hicks 593, 609; J. M. Hodgate 593, 612; D. J. 
Holland 624; Solomon Hovey, Jr. 52, 593, 609; Joseph Hebard 
593; F. P. Ingalls 593; T. A. Jackson, Isaac Jacobs 593, 624; 
C. P. Johnson 593, 609; W. K.Jones 593, 703; S. P. Kelly, N. P. 
Kemp, H. P. Kennedy, G. P. Kingsley 593, 609; F. P. Knapp, 
R. R. Knapp 593, 612; A. M. Leavitt, J. P. Leeds 593, 609; N. G. 
Lynch 593, 612;' F. X. Macdonald 316, 593, 611 ; W. D. Martin 593, 
609; JoJin May 593, 612; C. A. McCaffrey 593, 763 ; Tohn McCon- 
nell, J. S. MacCorry, Samuel Mcintosh, W. H. Mcintosh, E. F. 
Mecuen, Benjamin Meriam, Michael Merrick, Jr. 593, 609; 
James Miskelley 593, 624; A. B. Munroe 593; G. B. Munroe 593, 
609; J. E. Munroe, Samuel Nash, A. F. Neale 593, 612; A. F. 
Nettleton 593, 609; John Newhall 316, 593, 609; J. B. O'Brien 593, 
609; G. E. Orrok 44S, 593; Isaiah Paine, Jr., David Patterson, A. 
H. Peters 593, 609; G. H. Phillips S19; Henry Prentiss, J. E. 
Priest 593, 609; G. B. Proctor 593, 612; J. D. Reed 593, 624; A. 
M. Rice 593,609; Edwin Rice 593; George Richardson 593, 703; 
F. T. Ricketson 593; H. F. Ripley 593, 609; John Robie 593, 626; 
W. D. Rockwood 593, 624 ; John Rogers ; 593, 609 ; F. T. Rose 593, 
703; Joseph Rowe 593, 795; J. R. Rowe 41, 595, 612; Burnham 
Royce, G. H. Royce 593, 703; Wm. Shelburne 593, 612; Charles 



Constables, continued. 

Smith 593; L. W. Smith 593, 624; Lorenzo Smith, T. M. Smith 
593; E. R.. Smyth 593, 609; Asa Southworth 593, 612; H. F. Spach 
8, 593; E. B. Spinney, W.J. Stokes 593, 609; C. E. Stone 763; G. 
P. Stone 593; Barry Sullivan 593, 612 ; D. A. Sullivan 593,609; C. 
F. Sweeney 795; J. M. Swett 593, 609; W. H. Swift 593, 612; C. 
S. Tasker, Henry Taylor 593; W. O. Thomas 593, 609; W. G. 
Thomas 296; C. E. Townsend 593; G. W. Tuckerman 593, 612; 

C. E. Turner 593, 609; W. G. Tyler 593; E. G. Wallis 593, 6C9; 
M. J. Walsh, Johnson Warren 593; W. H. Warren 593, 612; S. 
P. White 593, 609; G. R. Williams ^93, 609; W. W. Williams 503, 
612; C. S. Woothndale 593, 609; W. A. Wright 612; A. G. Wy- 
man 593, 609 

bonds approved : a 17, t,^, 55, 64, 611, 626, 641, 65S, 6S2, 697, 704, 

7 2 5> 745> 7 6l > 7 6 3> 7S2. S20, 839 
maximum number, etc.: order relative to c 9S a ioc-discus- 

sion a 609, 624, 626-report a 612 c 620 
salaries : in municipal courts, order relative to equalizing a 157 

1878, appointed 1 F. M. Adams a 545 ; C. D. Annable 26, 545; K. F. 

Andrews, E. S. Aver, W. H. Badlam, James Ball, W. S. Bangs, 
J. R. Barry, Patrick Barry, F. J. Baxter, M. P. Berry 545; W. 

F. Berry 675; W. W. Blake, C. S. Blood 545; W. A. Blossom 
547; Charles Booth 380, 545; Samuel Brackett, James Brag- 
don, F. B. Brown, M. P. Brown, F. V. Bulfinch, Charles 
Burcham 545; F. H. Butler 547; H. A. Campbell, S. Canning, 
Jr., Lemuel Clark, J. D. Coburn, Chase Cole 545; M. C. Collins 
460, 545; E. W. Coleman 47, 545; G. W. Conant 545; Lewis 
Congdon 63S; C. P. Cook 591; W. P. Cook, W. M. H. Cope- 
land', D. B. Curtis 545; H. R. Darling 564; W. G. Davies, I. 
W. Derby 545; J. T. Doherty638; D. M. R. Dow, A. S. Drew, 

G. G. Drew, J. A. Duggan, C. S. Emery, E. W. Farr, G. W. 
Farr, Newman Farr, Thos. Fee, Jr., G. M. Felch 545; J. B. Fitz- 
patrick 303 545 Thos. Folger, W. H. Fort, H. M. Forristall, E. 

D. Foss, F. D. Galloupe, W. T. Gardner, Sarell Gleason, J. F. 
Goodwin, D. J. Gorman, Augustus Grant, Thomas Hall. J. C. 
Harrington, J. G. Harrington, S. H. Hebard 545; Robt. Herter 
547; W. L. Hicks, J. M. Hodgate, D. J. Holland, Solomon 
Hovey, Jr., Joseph Hubbard, F. P. Ingalls, F. A. Jackson, Isaac 
Jacobs, C. P. Johnson, W. K. Jones, S. P. Kelley, N. P. Kemp 
545; C. C. Kendall 47, 545; H. P. Kennedy, F. P. Knapp, 
R. R. Knapp, A. M. Leavitt, J. P. Leeds, E. G. Locke, N. 
G. Lynch, J. S MacCorry, F. X. Macdonald 545; I. W. Mc- 
Donald 303, 545; Samuel Mcintosh, W. H. Mcintosh, W. D. 
Martin, G. R. Matthews, John May, E. F. Mecuen, Benjamin 
Meriam, Michael Merrick, Jr., James Miskelley, A. B. Munroe, 
G. B. Munroe, J. E. Munroe, George Murphy, A. F. Neale, A. F. 
Nettleton, John Newell, J. B. O'Brien, Isaiah Paine, Jr., David 
Patterson, A. H. Peters 545; W. S. Post 47, 545; Henry Pren- 
tiss, J. E Priest, G. B. Proctor, J. D. R<ed, A. M. Rice, Geo. 
Richardson, H. F. Ripley, John Robie, W. D. Rockwood, John 
Rogers, F. T. Rose, Joseph Rowe, J. R. Rowe, Burnham Royce, 
G. H. Royce, Wm. Sherburne 545; Simon Simmons, A. R. 
Smith 547; Chas. Smith, E. R. Smyth, L. W. Smith, Lorenzo 
Smith, T. M. Smith, Asa Southworth, H. F. Spach, W. I. Stokes, 
C. E. Stone, E. B Spinney, Barry Sullivan, D. A. Sullivan, C. 
J. Sweeney, J. M. Swett, W. H. Swift 545; C. S. Tasker a 547; 
Henry Taylor, W. C. Thomas, G. W. Tuckerman, C. E. Turner, 
W. G. Tyler, E. G. Wallis, M. J. Walsh 545; Michael Whalen 
272, 545 ; S. P. White, W. W. Williams, C. S. Wooffindale, W. 
A. Wright, A. G. Wyman 545 

attendance at elections : order relative to abolition of practice 
c 2S5-passed c 2S6 a 2S7-request for report c 563-report, no action 
necessary c 703, 747 a 711, 750 ' 

bonds approved : a iS, 38, 70, 2S7, 322, 39S, 490, 547, 556, 565, 568, 
582, 592, 600, 601, 604, 650, 675, 712 

bondsmen : petitions for discharge a 397, 604 

1879, appointed: F. M. Adams a 525,534; A. F. Anderson 30, 525,534; 

R. F. Andrews, C. D. Annable, E. S. Ayer, W. H. Badlam, J. 
W. Baker, James Ball, J. R. Barry, Patrick Barry 525 534; A. S. 
Bartlett66S; F. J. Baxter 525, 534; J. T. Beers 592; W. A. Blos- 
som, Charles Booth, Samuel Brackett, James Bragdon 525, 534; 
Joshua Brothers 30, 525, 534; F. B. Brown, M. P. Brown, F. V. 
Bulfinch, Charles Burcham 525, 534; J. B. Burgess 471,525, 534 J 
J. E. Butler 68, 525,534; Samuel Canning, Jr., Lemuel Clark, J.D. 
Colburn, Chase Cole, M. C. Collins, G W. Conant, Louis Cong- 
don, C. P. Cook, W. P. Cook, W. M. H. Copeland 525, 534; 
Thomas Crawford 471 ; T. A. Crawford, D. B. Curtis 525, 534; J. 

E. S. Damrell 597; H. R. Darling 525,534; A. B.Davis 575; A. 
P. Deal born 65*; I. W. Derby, J. F. Doherty, D. M. R. Dow, A. 
S. Drew, G. G. Drew 525, 534; J. A. Duddy 471 ; J. A. Duggan, 

E. W. Farr, G. W. Farr, Newman Farr, Thomas Fee, Jr., G. M. 
Felch, J. B. Fitzpatrick, Thomas Folger, H. M. Forristall, W. A. 
Fort, E. D. Foss, J. J. Franey, F. D. Gallupe, W. T. Gardner, J. 

F. Goodwin, D. J. Gorman, Augustus Grant, Thomas Hall 525, 
534: E. A. Hallet" 511 ; J. C. Harrington, J. G. Harrington, S. H. 
Hebard, Robert Herter, W. L. Hicks, J. M. Hodgate, D. A. J. 
Horgan, Solomon Hovev, Jr., Joseph Hubbard 525, 534; P. J. 
Hughes 679; F. B. Ingalls, T. A. Tackson, C. P.Johnson, W. K. 
Tones 525, 534; Marcus Kallmar66S; S. P. Kelley, C. C. Kendall, 
J. Y. Kendall, H. P. Kennedy, F. P. Knapp, R. R. Knapp, A. M. 
Leavitt, T. P. Leeds, E. G. Locke 525, 534; G. Loving; 3°; N. G. 
Lynch, J. S. MacCorry, F. X. Macdonald, I. W. McDonald, 
Samuel Mcintosh, W. H. Mcintosh, W. D. Martin, G R. 
Matthews, John May, E. T. Mecuen, Benjamin Meriam, Michael 
Merrick, Jr., James Miskelly, Dennis Moore, J. E. Munroe, A. B. 
Munroe, G. B. Munroe, G.'Murphv, Samuel Nash, A. F. Neale, 
A. F. Nettleton, John Newell, J. B. O'Brien, Isaiah Paine, Jr., 



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Constables, continued. 

David Patterson, A. H. Peters, W. S. Post, Henry Prentiss, J. E. 
Priest, G. B. Proctor, A. M. Rice, H. F. Ripley, "John Robie, W. 

D. Rockwood, John Rogers 525, 534; F. T. Rose 613; J. R. Rowe, 
Burnham Royce, G. H. Royce 525, 534; W. S. Sampson, Jr., 433; 
J. S. Sheparci 325,525, 534; S. Sherman 679; S. S. Sherman 6S; 
Simon Simmons 525, 534; D. C. Sisson 534; A. R. Smith, Charles 
Smith, L. W. Smith, T. M. Smith 525, 534; E. R. Smyth 552; A. 
Southworth, H. F. Spach, E. B. Spinney, W. J. Stokes, C. E. 
Stone, Barry Sullivan, D. A. Sullivan, C. F. Sweeney, J. M. 
Swett, W. H. Swift, Henry Taylor, W. C. Thomas, C. E. Turner, 
\V. G. Taylor, E. G. Wall'is, J. M. Walsh 525, 534; M. R. Walsh 
303, 525, 534; M. J. Walsh, F. T. Ware, W. H. Warren 325, 525, 
534; Michael Whalen, S. P. White 525, 534; J. H. Whiteside 534; 

E. D. Wiggin 692: Wright W. Williams 525, 534; G. L. Wilson 
672; J. R. Wood 692; C. S. Wooffindale, W. A. Wright, A. G. 
Wyman 525, 534 

bonds approved : a 48, 90, 119, 18S, 195, 230, 333, 369, 392, 47S, 
S°4> 5 2 7> 55 2 > 57 2 > SSo, 597, 614, 625, 657, 66S, 672, 679, 695, 704 

Constitution Wharf. 

1878, buildings : Fitchburg R.R. Co. a 109 c 1 16 a 147 c 152 a 604 c 612 
a 624 c 62S 
railroad : Union Freight a 321 

Consulting Physicians. 

1869, committee appointed to nominate a 5S c 60-resignation of board a S4, 

c 92 

1870, committee to nominate c 16-Henry Bartlett, Geo. Derby, S. A. 

Green, P. P. Ingalls, Wm. Read, J. C.White elected a 27 c 30; 
communication relative to sanitary condition of citv (CD. 43) a 93- 
referred a 112; communication tendering resignation a 320 c 324- 
accepted a 321 c 324 

1871, committee to nominate a 60 c 61; S. L. Abbott, Henry Bartlett, 

George Fabyan, W. C. Greene, Wm. Read elected a 80 c 91 ; 
declination S. L. Abbott c 82 a S8-J. W. Foye elected a 97; organ, 
ization of board a 158 
1873, committee to nominate a 52 c 53-Geo. Fabyan, J. W. Foye, M. C. 
Greene, Thos. Hall, Jr., Wm. Read elected a S7 c 89 ; resignation 
of J. W. Foye a 152 c 158-time assigned for election to fill vacancy 
a 164; resignation of Wm. Read a 171 c 179; committee to nomi- 
nate candidates to fill vacancies a 178 c 179-report, P. M. Crane, 
John Flint elected a 201 c 207. 

Consuls. 

1873, petition relative to protection of foreign shipmasters a 325. 

Contested Elections. (See Elections, Contested.) 
Contingent Fund. (See Aldermen. — Common Council.) 
Contract System on Public Works. 

187©, petition, L. D. Welby et a/., for abolition c 11 a 14-report, inexpedi- 
ent c 87 a S8; petition, P. P. Lsirkin et a/., for hearing c 271 a 282- 
use of council chamber allowed for hearing c 346-majority and 
minority reports (C.D.S7) tabled a 479-majority report accepted 
a 517-assigned c 520-discussed, accepted c 545-548-motion to re- 
consider rejected c 562 

Contracts. (See also under subjects.) 

1870, with members of city government, order authorizing referred c 104; 
ordinance relative to (C.D.57) reported c 139-passed c 146-tabled 
a 150-discussed, tabled a 166, 167; order to report ordinance pro- 
hibiting rejected c 252 

1872, collation probate papers, order to terminate contract made in 1869 

with Edwin Wright a 62-petition for hearing a 68-notice relative 
to a 92 
1875, protection of laborers under, order to provide for referred a 611 
c 612-report recommitted a 623 c 625-majority report (CD. 127) 
a 706-minority report, with ordinance (C D.127) a 736-discussion, 
majority report, ought not to pass, accepted a 756, 757 

1870, repairing streets by, petition a 310 

with legal voters only, order discussed, referred c 504, 505 
protection of laborers Under, order to consider expediency a 525, 
c 530-ordinance reported, discussed c 644, 645-discussed, assigned, 
opinion city^ solicitor requested, substitute ordinance referred 
c 676-city solicitor's opinion c 696-ordinance discussed, amended, 
assigned c 696-69S-discussed, passed c 707, 7C9-discussed, passed 
a 721-724 

1877, award to non-taxpayers, order prohibiting discussed c 332-dis- 

Cussed, resolve that preference be given to citizens passed c 354, 
355 a 3 6 3 

1878, involving employment of laborers, order relative to repealing ordi- 

nance a 39-passed a 40-discussed, passed c 42-44-report, inexpe- 
dient, discussion, substitute order, subject recommitted a 227, 22S 
c 23S-report, inexpedient a 275 c 277 
discontinuance of contract system, petition for a 47 c £7 

Converse street. 

1871, name : North St. from Dock sq. to Richmond St., so-called a 374- 

order reconsidered and recommitted a 376-report a 396-order'dis- 
cussed, 1 ejected a 412 



Conveyancer, City. (See Law Department.) 



3 2 7> 34'- to build a 353- 
petition a 28-refused 



Convict Labor. (See Institutions.) 

Cook street. 

1877, fence : petition removal a 668-referred a 699 

Cook's court. 

1879, stable : H. A Lovejoy a 204, 225 

Coolidge avenue. 

1869, paving : petition a 107-refused a 116 

Cooper street. 

1868, building : I. B. Quimby a 33 

1869, building : James Gibson a 281 
nuisance : abated a 236 

1870, building : W. E. Donnell a 37 
nuisance : abated a 202, 342 

1876, paving: petition a 225 

1877, paving: petition a 317 
1879, lamps : petition a 571-ordered a 705 

paving : petition a 525-ordered a 540 

Cooper-st. Armory. 

1873, petition leave to purchase a 55 c 57-refused c 76 a 77 

1876, sale authorized a 662 c 671, 742 

1877, sale authorized a 34, 41 c 48 

Cooper-st. Primary School-house. 

1870, repairs authorized c 236 a 239 

Copeland street. 

1869, grading : petition a 143-ordered a 187 
laying out: ordered a 145; S. Wells, payment land, etc. a 270 
stables : C. G. Bird and S. B. Krogman a 253, 263, 26S, 274 

1870, buildings : G. H. Drew a 30S; F. Rose a. 100 
edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 257 
stable : G. H. Drew a 294, 303 

1871, sidewalk : schedule a 264 
stable : Cath. McConnell a 252, 262 

1873, sidewalks : petition a i7i-ordered a 185 

1873, grade: established a 454 
sewer : petition a 310-order of notice a 

schedule, etc. a 501, 516, 533 

1874, sewer : abatement assessment, J. M. Way 

a 48; abated, C. A. B. Drew a 416 
sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 6S1 ; assessment abated, J. M. Way 
a 706 

1875, edgestones : petition a 619 

1876, sidewalk: ordered a 508 

1877, stable : W. F. McConnell a 196, 214 

Copley square. (Named, 18S3.) 

1874, laying out, order to report on a 562 c 565-report, referred to next 

city council a 742 c 755 

1876, conveyance to city, committee authorized to confer with governor 

and council a 66 c 70; petition for laying out a 648 

1877, conveyance to city, order relating to a 47 c 48; petition, laying out 

a 93 c 95-report no action a 240 c 253 

1878, conveyance to city, committee authorized to confer with governor 

and council a 70 c 73-report no action necessary a 3S5 c 389 ; laying 
out, petition in favor a 109 
site for Sumner statue, order tabled a 429-rejected a 4S9 

Copp's Hill Burial-ground. 

1879, tablet : order to place on gate a 626, 627-discussed, amended and 

passed c 629 a 641 

Corbett street. 

1878, stable: Elijah Mclntire a 26, 39 

Corey court. 

1879, name : petition for change to Weston place a 455 c 45S 

Corey place. 

1879, name : petition change c 455 a 459-report called for C591, 667 

Corey street, Charlestown. 

1876, sewer : petition a 535, 550-order of notice a 563, 572-order to build 

a 587-schedule, etc. a 724, 747 

1877, sewer : P. Madden, assessment abated a 321 
stable : F. Bemis a 739, 823 

Corey street, West Roxbury. 

1875, extension: payment, land, etc., S. H. Draper a 263, F. T. Dwinell 

a 438, G. W. Mann a 279, 292, 377 
grading : petition a 7, 633-ordered a 431 
grading, paving, fences : ordered a 423 

1876, grading, gravel : ordered a 372 
improvements: petition a 59 

stables : N. L. Chamberlain, J. A. Whittemore a 261, 277 

1878, lamps: petition a i6S-ordered a 752 



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CORN COURT 



COTTAGE STREET, DORCHESTER 



W. W. Wallace a 204 c 212 a 363 c 372 



Corn Court. 
1879, claim: 

Cornhill. 

I860, awning : removal ordered a 125 
1876, awning: removal ordered a 102 

1871, stationary engine : Wright & Moody a 2J4, 2SS, 299 

1872, grade: established a 400, 402 

1873, sign : E. B. Bridgman a 453, 470 

1874, crowds : petition relief from a 313, 357 

grading: ordered a 169; petition that work be hastened a 3S7; 

petition for damages, G. S. Hillard & S. S. Shaw, trustees a 610, 

Henry Hoyt a 567, G. H. Lane a 706 
railroad: Highland a 100, 11S, 165, 190, 473 

1875, grading: settlement damages : C. W. Eaton, petition, a 345 — D. 

Eckley,Jr., petition a 307 — A. Lawrence, petition a7-payment a 704 
— J. W. Ol instead, payment a 220 — F. O. Prince, trustee, petition 
a 203-payment a 241 — H. W. Smith, petition a 220-refused a 240 
signs : removal ordered a 333 

1876, grading: report, no action necessary, on petitions Henry Hoyt 

and D. Eckley a 262 

1877, railroad : Highland a 363 

1878, railroads : Highland a 250, 324, 381-3S4, 425, 426, 449, 492; Metro- 

politan a 449; Middlesex a 449; South Boston a 449, 753 

1879, claim : H. B. Ruggles a 104 

railroads: Cambridge a 471, 502, 526, 527, 554. 555- 57' > S77 5 High- 
land a 325 ; Middlesex a 194, 336; South Boston a 197 

Cornhill Court. 

1869, paving : ordered a 109 

1875, signs : petition removal a 436-ordered a 467 

1879, paving : petition a 374-ordered a 553 

Coroners for Suffolk County. 

1873, petition payment of fees for inquest of Richard Sullivan a 274-re- 

fused a 377 
187©, order relative to applying for appointment of single coroner, etc., 

referred a 4S2-discussed, amended, referred c 499, 500 a 506-report, 

order passed to petition for act a 727-discussed, amended, passed 

c 732, 733 a 747 

Corporations. 

1879, investigation of legislation relating to, order of inquiry a 379 c 3S0 

Correction, House of. 

1868 



inspectors: report (CD. 146) a So 

new workshop : request additional appropriation a 75 c 77-order 
passed a S2 c 84 
1869, inspectors: appointed a 44-first report (C.D.56) a 190-second 

report (CD. 121 J a 339 
1879, claim : P. Furlong a 302 c 306 a 327 c 333 

inspectors : appointed a i25-report (C.D.77) a 212 
additional accommodations : plans ordered a 213 c 215, 222 

1871, claims : goods destroyed by fire, Freeland, Beard, & Co. a 79 c 82 

a 151, 159, 160, 163, 164 c 1S2, 193, 194, 201, 203 a 205, 377, 3S2, 3S8, 
3S9C392; Hawley, Folsom, & Martin a 79 c S2 a 151 c 1S2, 193, 
194, 201, 203 a 205, 377, 3S2, 3S9; March Bros., Pierce, & Co. a 79 
c S2 a 151 c 1S2, 193, 194, 201, 203 a 205, 377, 3S2, 3S9; Simon Bros. 
& Co. a 79 c 82 a 151 c 182, 193, 194, 201, 203 a 205, 377, 382, 389 

enlarging, remodelling : order to procureplans referred c 62 
a 85-report, order passed c 71 a 79-majority and minority reports 
of directors (CD. 54) c 191-referred c 204 a 205-report (C.D.62) 
c 226-assigned c 266-order authorizing alterations rejected, dis- 
cussed, substitute order, subject tabled c 275-discussed, assigned 
c 294-296, 306, 313, 315-discussed, order rejected c 343, 344 

inspectors : appointed a 35-first report (CD. 72) a 254-second 
report (CD. 101) a 412 

repairs, alterations : order to select site and prepare plans, 
tabled c 237-discussed, passed c 354, 355 a 35S; directors autho- 
rized to make repairs and erect workshop and chapel a 364 c 366 

removal: order to consider expediency c 55 a 58; petitions in 
favor c 71 a 71, 79 c 82, 313 a 319 c 325 a 32S; order rejected c 355 

1872, inspectors : appointed a 143-first report (CD. 71) a 203 
removal : petitions a 122 c 127 a 131 c 135-report (CD. 106) a 306; 

directors requested to report on location at Deer Island a3i4C323- 
report a 375-referred c 379 a 387-report a 399-referred to next city 
council c 411 a 418 
repairs, etc. : order of inquiry relative to a 52 c 53-report a 60 
c 64; directors ordered to stay proceedings a 60 c 64 

1873, inspectors : appointed a 152-first report (CD. 102) a 319-second 

report (C.D.137) a 567 
removal : subject referred to next city council a 567 

1874, appropriation: request for additional a 41 c 42-granted a 47 

c 57, 80 
inspectors : appointed a 115-firsl report (CD. 71) a 460-second 

report (CD. 113) a 767 
water supply : request, order passed to furnish a 256 c 257 

1875, clothing: communication relative to manufacture c 154; remon- 

strance against convict labor c i75-discus;>iori, committee of inves- 
tigation appointed c 175 a iS9~report (CD. 71) c 314 
inspectors : appointed a 323-first report (C.IJ.95) a 44S-second re- 
port (CD. 129) a 776 

1876, ajjpropriatlon : transfer ordered a 726 c 732 
inspectors: appointed a 367-first report (CD. 77) a 466-second re- 
port (CD. 106) a 748 

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Correction, House of, continued. 

1877, inspectors : appointed a 412-first report (CD. 76) a 5S6-second 

report (CD. 105) a 855 

1878, chain-cable factory : request for appropriation to erect referred 

a in c 116-report, referred to committee on finance a 129 c 135- 
report, appropriation order passed a 151-discussed, assigned C155, 
156-discussed, rejected c 176-181-reconsidered, discussed, assigned 
c 190, 191-reconsidered, discussed tabled c 210, 212-discussed c 286- 
discussed, rejected c 292-297; special committee appointed to in- 
vestigate charges of bribery c 213 a 227-report c 246 a 250; order to 
consider expediency of leasing old state prison, assigned c 302- 
discussed, referred to special committee C310, 311-referred to joint 
standing committee a 319-vote to adhere c 328-concurred a 33S 

inspectors : appointed a S5-first report (C.D.64) a 462-second 
report (CD. 106) a 780 

removal : order to consider expediency of selling buildings at 
South Boston and purchasing old state prison referred c 24S-re- 
jected a 251 ; order relative to purchasing Long Island assigned 
c 302-discuesed, referred to special committee C310, 311-referred 
to standing committee a 319-vote to adhere c 328-concurred a 338; 
petitions in favor c 356 a 357, 747 ; order to consider expediency of 
leasing state prison c 379-rejectcd a 385 

1879, inspectors : appointed a 74-first report (C.D.84) a 47S-second re- 

port (CD. 1 28) a 757 
removal : petition for purchase of Long Island referred a 54 c 56- 
report called for c 568 

Cortes street. 

1869, building : H. O. Wheeler a 232 

1875, edgestones, gutters, macadamizing, sidewalks : ordered 

a 549 
1877, claim : M. D. Fielding a 41 c 48 

Cosmorama. 

1872, license granted to exhibit a 8 

Costello, Michael W., Councilman, Ward 22. 

1879, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee to nominate overseers of the poor en; 
public lands 12; treatment of poor 28; counterfeit regatta tickets 

474 
remarks : joint rules and orders c 25; badges 83; overseers of 

poor 191, 192; assessment of taxes 242; pay of laborers 252; 

improved sewerage 275; salary bill 276; labor on public grounds 

345 ; contract vs. day-labor 546, 547 

Cottage avenue. 

1876, lamps : petition a 225-ordered a 727 
name : petition change a66i-changed to Everton street a 747 



(See, also, Essex-st. Bridge.) 

Francis Caverly appointed a 431-salary fixed 



Cottage Farm Bridge. 

1874, superintendent : 

a 432 c 439 

1875, superintendent: Francis Caverly appointed a 37 

1876, superintendent : Francis Caverly appointed a 79 
repairs : ordered a 470 

1877, superintendent : J. E. Pickell appointed a 252 

Cottage place. 

1871, laylng-out: Sampson Mason, payment land, etc. a 81, 89 

Cottage-place Primary school. 

1873, request to abandon referred c 521 a 534-referred to next city council 

c 544 a 545 
Cottage-place school. (See Comins District.) 

Cottage street, Charlestown. 

1'878, edgestones: ordered a 641 

sewer : petition a 66-order of notice a 130, 145-to build a 148- 

schedule, etc. a 697, 752 
sidewalks : petition a 621, 696-ordered a 641 

Cottage street, Dorchester. 

1869, extension : to Woodville square, petitions a 167, 188-refused a 254 

1870, buildings : A. D. Collins a 30S; D. H. McKay a 21 ; G. F. Moore 
a 245 ; W. H. Parker a 163 

highway : petition a 75 

railroad : Metropolitan a 253, 257, 264 

■widening and straightening : petition a 21 

1871, stable: G. F., Moore a 134, 143, ' 

1872, railroad: Metropolitan a 213 



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stables : E. L. Allen a 212 ; John Lynch a 203 

widening : resolve and order (CD. 105) referred a 310 c 323-re- 
port, order passed a 407 c 413-removal of obstructions a 432 
1873, edgestones: petition a 428 

grade : established a 217,303 _ 

grading : ordered a2io; removal of obstruction ordered a 210; pay- 
ment damages estate R. C. Hooper a 327 

retaining wall, macadamising: ordered a 210 

sewer: order of notice a 163, 169-to build a 170; order of notice 
a 384, 39$-order to build a 410-schedulc, etc. a 453,532, 547 ; assess- 
ments changed, Brown-Carroll a 565 

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Cottage street, Dorchester, continued. 

widening : payment land, etc., J. L. Bird a 7S, 81, M. A. Brewer, 
a 171. J. Brigham a 306, G. M. Browne a 169, L. Clapp's heirs 
a 149, 202, B. B. Converse a 126, L. A. G. Ellison a 213, E. Hol- 
den a 196, R. C. Hooper estate a 454, M. M. Jenkins a 272, P. H. 
Kendricken a 565, R. S. Mcintosh a 26, 27, W. B. Mendum 
a 169, S. Pattee a 181, A. J. Phillips a 465, 470, J. Richardson 
a 316, Catherine Kiddle a 151, M. M. Rogers a 527. J. H. Sears 
391, 102, E. D. Sohier a 64, Chns. Stimpson a 13, 23, M. & C. A. 
Sumner a 196, J. P. Turpin a 140, T. W. Tuttle a 169, C. A. 
Welch a 64, A. A. Wright a 169 . 

1874, edgestones : ordered a 361, 370 

grit ding : settlement damages : L. A. Bailey, payment a 584— E - 
Holden, petition a 100 — M. & C. A. Sumner, petition a 136 

sewer : order of notice a 531, 539-to build a 556 

widening: agreement with Boston, Hartford, & Erie R.R., au- 
thorized a 666, 677 ; abatement betterment assessments, J. C. Stimp- 
son, petition a 84-report, no action a 253 — M. & C. A. Sumner, 
petition a 63-refused a 85; payment land, etc., D. B. Flint a 59S, 
610, A. J. Phillips a 170 

1875, claim : M. A. Scott a 656 c 668 

edgestones : assessment changed, Short-Arnold a 549 
extension : settlement damages, A. C. Gay, W. R. Gay, G. H. 

Pike a 94, 111 
grading : ordered a 241 
sidewalk.: petitions a 410, 436, 446, 507-ordered a 433, 447,456, 533; 

schedule a 439 
stable : H. W. Breed a 656, 685 
watering : ordered a 395 
widening : payment land, etc., Dorchester Athenaeum a 764 

1876, claim : M. A. Scott a 34 c 37 
extension : petition a 261 

grading : petition a 261 ; E. Holden payment damages a 663 

macadamizing : petition a 261 

name : petition that Woodville ave. be so called a 261 

sidewalks : petition a 483-ordered a 492 

■watering : petition a 243 -ordered a 367 c 373 ; payment a 633 

■widening : Lewis Clapp heirs, estate released a 477 c 499 

1877, building : W. R. Cavanagh a 695, 746 
edgestones : ordered a 5S7 

lamps : petition a 210, SS4 
sidewalks : petition a 505, 569, 585 
■watering : petition a 296-ordered a 321 

1878, edgestones, sidewalks : petition a 460, 568-ordered a 488, 

S^ 1 ' 5S7 . . „ , , 

lamps : petition a 604-ordered a 752 

stable : C. F. L. Taylor a 168, 229 

watering : petition a 2S7-:>rdered a 363 

1879, edgestones : petition a 525 -ordered a 540 

Cottage street, East Boston. 

1868, sidewalks: schedule aSi 

1869, buildings : James Gallagher a 267; Edward Harrigan a 291 
sidewalks: abatement assessments: Mury Harrington petition 

a 56-abated a 66 — Mrs. A. B. Nickerson petition a 71 — T.J. Geyer 
petition a i2S-abated a 165 

1870, building : W. L. Ryder a 199 
nuisance : abated a 19S 

grading : C. Hayes petition damages a iS2-refused a 265 

1877, sidewalks : petition a 389-ordered a 5S0; assessments changed, 

Bowker-MacGrath a 746 

1878, edgestones : petition a 525 

sidewalks : petition a 546, 5S2, 591-ordered 566, 593, 601 

1879, edgestones, sidewalks: schedule, etc. a 626 

Cottage street, South Boston. 

1874, drain : petition removal a 550-referred a 563-refused a 655 
stables : W. R. Cavanagh a 497, 506; P. Hassett a 251, 359 

Cottage-st. bridge. 

1877, rebuilding: contract authorized with N.Y. & N.E. R.R. a 33S 
c 35 2 > 3S3 

Cotting street. 

1873, building: P. Bergen am c 121 a 127 c 135 

Cotton place. 

1870, grading: payment damages, H. Gannett a 117, S. S. Green and 
M. Ilsfey a 133, F. Shelton, heirs a 202, 214 

Council, City. (See City Council.) 

Council, Common. (See Common Council.) 

County Accounts. (See Accounts, County.) 

County Buildings. (See Buildings, County.) 

County Jail. (.See Jail.) 

County of Suffolk. (See Suffolk, County of.) 

Courier. 

1869, contract with for advertising c 7S a 80 



Court Avenue. 

1873, stationary engine : H. "VV. Dutton & Son a 364, 3S4, 391 

1877, boiler : Hall & Whipple a 695, 70S 

Court-house. 

1868, enlarging: report on (CD. 100) a 23; resolve to make alterations, 

order for loan tabled a 24-discussed, assigned a 41, 42 
sale : mayor authorized to negotiate a 63 

1869, repairs : ordered a 263 

telegraphic connection : with jail ordered a 86 
ventilation : Superior court-room, order passed c 127 a 129-recon- 
sidered, referred a 132-passed a 136 

1870, repairs : authorized a 344 c 346, 361 
rooms : assigned to Social law library a 212 

1871, alterations : authorized a 52, 5S 

connection with city hall : order to consider expediency 

c 147 a 150 
engine 4 : majority and minority reports on erecting building for 

at northerly end c 72 
jurors : petition better accommodations a 5 

1872, repairs, furniture : authorized a S7, 253 c 254, 261 

1878, repairs, furniture: authorized a 53, 143 c 144, 155 a 318 c 329, 

346 

1874, additional story : order to report on expediency a 64S 
repairs, furniture : authorized a 30 

rooms : petition Social law library for additional a 7-report inex- 
pedient a 39; order passed to fit up for sheriff a 8; order passed 
to fit up for insane persons a 545, 553 c 557 

snow guards : ordered c 27 a 30-indefinitely postponed c 32 

1875, additional room: for Superior Court, request a 436-granted 

a 456-rescinded and order passed to hire room 39 Court st. a 60S 
enlarging: report on referred to next board of aldermen a 775 

1876, repairs, furniture: authorized a 45, 59 

1877, alteration : petition a 483 

repairs, furniture : authorized a 19, 29 

1878, repairs, alterations, furniture: ordered a 20 
rebuilding : see " Court-house, new." 

1879, elevators : petition a 66S-report inexpedient a 673 

See also, Municipal Court; Superior Court; Supreme Court. 

Court-house, New. 

1871, petitions for a 95, 174, 184, 241 ; remonstrances against reservoir 
site a 3^8, 373 412; petition in favor of reservoir site a 412; report 
(CD. 87) a 331-assigned a 339-hearings a 345-347> 35°. SS 1 -"^- 
cussed a 402-hearing a 412 

1873, special committee appointed a 14 

report on location (C.D.101) a 293-hearing assigned a 294-hearing 
a 29S; petitions in favor of reservoir site a 307-remonstrances 
a 314-hearing a 319-petitions and remonstrances a 322-hearing 
a 331-subject tabled a 343-discussion a 372-discussion, subject in- 
definitely postponed a 37S 

1874, topic of mayor's address referred c 11 a 20 

petition of members of Suffolk bar for hearing a 63-hearing as- 
signed a8s-hearing a 103-memorial a 103-report a 377 ; petitions for 
purchase of site on square bounded by Beacon, Bowdoin and Som- 
erset sts. a 262, 447-report, order passed to report site and esti- 
mates a 377; remonstrance from members of Suffolk bar against 
delay a 568; report on site (C.D.101) a 643; remonstrance of mem- 
bers of Suffolk bar against erection a 662 

1875, so much of mayor's address as relates to referred a 8 c 1 1 

1878, mayor's message, communication from chief justice relative to ne- 

cessity of immediate action (CD. 22) a^g-Ji/'st report of committee 
(CD. 28) a 111; petition First Baptist meeting-house offering 
building a 130; second report of committee a 4S7; order authoriz- 
ing rebuilding on present site and building new court-house in 
jail yard a5o7~tabled a5i3-discussed, assigned a 51S, Jig-discussed, 
referred to committee on finance a 534-537-discussed, referred to 
joint special committee c 53S-54i-referred to committee on county 
buildings a 546; petition Bar Association for hearing a 546; order 
of notice, taking land on Pemberton square, Somerset st. 
and Howard st. a 642-hearing a 676-6Si-prcamble and order tak- 
ing land a 718-discussed, assigned a 719-722-discussion, commu- 
nication from John Noble, order rejected a 733- 736 

order to report on taking land bounded by Beacon st., Somerset 
st., Ashburton place and Freeman" place a 721-report a 733 

order for finance committee to provide means rejected c 776 

1879, so much of mayor's address as relates to referred c 2S a 34 

power to take land for, order to petition for transfer to city coun- 
cil referred c 47-rejected a 48; order to advocale passage of act 
transfering power discussed, substitute resolve passed c 64-67- 
city solicitor requested to oppose act a 72, 73 
taking land, notice to M. A. and G. E. Niles, trustees, a 255-hearing 
a 303-305-discussion a 329-331-communication from Horace Gray 
a 329-resolve and order a 330-discussed, passed a 347, 348-opinion 
city solicitor a 347; notice to surrender Niles estate discussed, 
passed a 37S, 379; Niles estate released a 697 c 700 

Court square. 

1868, paving : petition for wood a 29; petition for Nicholson a 36-report, 

no action necessary a S\; Stafford ordered a 58 

1869, building : N. J. Bradlee a 64 
sidewalks : order to clear when obstructed a 67 

1875, closed: during funeral of Barney Hull a 455 
lantern : O. H. P. Smith a 633, 6S6 

passageway : to School st., order to consider expediency of re- 
opening c 702, 714 a 717 



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Court square, continued. 

1877, sidewalk : petition a 257 

1878, lanterns : Hall & Whipple a 56S, 590 

1879, passageway : to Treniorit st., order to consider expediency 

of reopening a 30} c 395-report inexpedient c 468-assigned c 470- 
discussed, substitute order assigned c 474-476, 53^-rcport inex- 
pedient accepted c 701 a 702 

Court street. 

1899, buildings : G. W. Chipman a 13S, T- F. & D. T. Haines a 3:2; A. 

& J. McLaren a 202; Richardson & Young a 173 
claims : T. W. Gould c 179 a 180, 205 c 207; Abby Welch a 22 
fruit stand : E. Axon, refused a 5S 
name : order to change name to State St., from Washington to Tre- 

mont St. and Cornh'ill a 43 ; petition change to Cambridge from 

Sudbury st. to Bowdoin square a 79-remonstrance a SS-report, 

inexpedient a 116 
paving: petition for Stafford a 107-Stafford ordered a 131, 132; 

petition that wooden be extended a 167 
1879, fruit stands : petition removal a S3 

railroad : Metropolitan a 229, 230, 254, 257, 264 

widening : cor. Hanover st., order of notice a iS, 27-order passed 

a 28; at Scollay square, resolve and order passed a 284, 287 

c 201 ; sale of engine-house authorized a 301 c 306 
1871, building: Samuel Nash a 239 
nuisance: abated a 102, 223 
paving : ordered a 152 
sewer : assessment abated, Peter Cleary a 101 ; assessment changed 

Prescott-Emmes a 101 
sign : P. A. Crooker a 95, 118 
1873, paving: petition a 125-refused a 219 

stationary engine : McCready & Stearns a 13, 319 
187-4, lamps : a 610 

railroads : Highland a 114, 139, 190; Metropolitan a 491, 497, 506 
1875, lanterns: S. M. S. Pratt a 346, 43S; Palais Royal a 332, 423; 

Stumcke & Goodwin a 332, 424 
paving : ordered a 265, 494; order to substitute wood for granite 

a 357 
railroad: Metropolitan a 29, 307, 310, 345, 358, 377, 3^0,394. 4*3. 

4IS.434. 440. 44 1 . 447. 45°, 49°- 493. 5°7> 5 f '3> 6 H 
signs : Adams, Fessenden & Co. a 332, 438 ; Oriental Tea Co. a 318, 

424 
187©, claim : J. Murdock a 191 c 19S a 246 c 255 
mortar : W. C. Babbitt a 294, 339 
railroad : Metropolitan a 243, 249, 293, 294, 311, 322 
urinals : a 493, 52S c 530 

1877, claims : Timothy Bernard c 3S5 a 389; T. Brosnahan c 531 a 531, 
coaches : Owen Nawn a 130, 27S 

hack stand : W. B. Ford a 25s, 27S, 338 
lamps : petition a 100,854 

pipe : ]. M. Sears, petition a 636-granted a 659 
railroad : Union a 101 

1878, railroad : Highland a 554, 722 

signs: Allen, Shapleigh, &Co., a 17,39; Oriental Tea Co. a59i, 759 
widening : petition a 324-report inexpedient a 525 c 538 

1879, brick oven : S. Whitney, petition a 183-permit a 197 
electric light : Stumcke & Goodwin, petition a477, 493 
railroad : Cambridge a 471, 502, 526, 527, 554, 555, 571, 577 

Court street, Charlestown. [ ?] 

1877, claim : Ann Morris a 17 c 23 

Courts, Municipal. (See Municipal Courts.) 
Cove place. 

1879, nuisance: abated a 277 

1871, nuisance : abated a 206 

1872, nuisance : abated a 48 

Cove street. 

1888, building : J. O. Neil a 30 

railroads: Broadway a 37; Marginal freight a 31 
1869, acceptance : petition a 202 
1879, nuisance : abated a 277, 354 
1871, nuisance : abated a 45, 53, 13S, 199, 206, 245 

ten sine nt-hoiise : order to vacate a 249 

1873, nuisance : abated a 56 
railroad : Union freight a 239 
widening : removal obstructions ordered a 201 

1873, grade : petition a 32 

stable : Dennis Sullivan a 217, 238, 326 
widening : payment, land, etc., H. G. Hall a 272 

1875, stable : Sumner & Dickinson a 1S8, 309 

187 S paving, petition a 550 

18 »7, railroad: Middlesex a 361, 411, 412 

stables : Caleb Ellis a 759, 796; D. Sullivan a 594, 632 

1878, stable: Tames Collins a 3S1, 428 

1879, railroad: Middlesex a 387, 708 

vault: John Higgins, petition removal a 534 c 544-report request- 
ing Board of Health to place ventilators on c 733 a 739 

Cowdin, Robert, Alderman. 

1879, qualified: c 1 

seat contested : petition recount of votes a 2-report refusing a 8; 

petition contesting- seat a 5-report a 14 
appointed: committee on rules of board, state aid a 2-armories, 

bridges, fire department, paving, petition of Boston &Lynn U.R. 



Cowdin, Robert, Alderman, co?:ti?iued. 

Co., steam engines, to nominate engineers of fire department 
superintendent of bridges, weighers and inspectors of lighters! 
treasury department 5; army and navy monument 18; Burrill 
claim 21; fire department 45; auditor's estimates 52; Fourth ot 
July 717; conference on Burrill claim 765; special committee on 
Burrill claim 7S7 ; funeral of Admiral Fairagut 239 

remarks : witness fees of police-oificei's a 34; preference in era- 
ployment given to soldiers 40; report and ordinances relating to 
fire depa7-tment and common and squares 44; investigation in 
treasurer's office 46; post 7- fair 47; assistant engineers of fire 
department 64; ferry tolls 64, 66; Chester square and park 71; 
Albany-st. freight R.R. 72; removal of hose 2 from Hudson st. 
72; wooden pavements 77; salary bill 79; widening Washington 
st. S7, 202, 333; crowded condition of Washington St. 87; appro- 
priation bill S9; Broadway extension 90; 07-der for assessors to 
report persons who have notified of change of i-esidence 170; 
charitable police fund 172, 119, 120; Museum of fine arts 772, 126; 
Fourth July appropriation 123; parade ground 124, 125, 133, 134; 
Burrill claim 727, 136, 737, 7S5, 786; draw-bridges a 144; open air 
conce7-ts 744; Boylston-st. widening damages 157: laying out 
Ball st. 757; police force 759, 764, 765; enlargement ot Madison 
square 766; ordinances relative to contracts, public institutions, 
E B. fen-ies 767; police nominations 770, 232; bills of city govern- 
ment 171 ; list of persons evading taxes 776; closing Washington 
St. at R.R. bridge 1S1 ; Mount Washington-ave. bridge 792, 796; 
vacancies in board of directors of public institutions 307, 266, 267; 
dismissal of O. Whitcomb from police 207; market leases 209; 
gi-ade damages,_ Prentiss St. 270; widening, etc., Suffolk st. 277, 
278; l'elease of land, Tremont st. 221; steamer "Henry Mor- 
rison " 224, 233 ; ai-my and navy monument 225, 345; greenhouse, 
public garden 225; laying out road North Chelsea 226; temporary 
steam tracks 23S; Suffolk-st. district 339, 255; S. Boston railroad 
fares 241; free tolls for police 24S; damages by fire, Washingtoii 
st. 254, 255; widening Zeigler st. 254; water pipes, Albany st. 
255; list of non-taxpayei-s 25S; removal of Scollay's building 25S, 
274; tracks, Beacon st. 263; annexation of Brookline 366; excur- 
sions by fire-engine companies 266; home for poor, Deer Island 
3°3i 35 1 i opening public libra7-y on Sunday 305; public park 377 ; 
contracts with meiribers of city government 317; l'egulation of 
horse-car travel 322; extension of Humphrey place 323, 358; Metro- 
politan location, Smnirier and Chauncy sts. 354; widening King- 
ston st. 355 
1871, qualified : c 7 

appointed : committee on rules and orders of aldermen, state aid 
a 1 ; armories, bridges, county accounts, fire depa7'tment, harbor, 
licenses, mayor's addi-ess, paving, steam-engines, treasm-y depart- 
ment, to nominate city engineer, city physicians, engineers fire de- 
partment trustees city hospital 5; on soldiers monun7ent 9; city 
messenger 32; sale of unwholesome meat 115; fourth of July 
743, 797; election retui'ns 374 

remarks: water a 14, 34; soup 75; soldiers' monument 20, 254; 
state aid 2S, 29, 33, 375; permanent assessoi-s 51; home for in- 
ebriates 58; public schools 59; extension Columbus ave. 60, 750, 
272; armories 66, 73, 74, 87, 753, 298; boats for harbor police 66; 
free fen-ies 67, 270, 287, 30S; stable on Bolton st. 72; 6th Regt. 
M.V.M. 73, 74; non-resident tax-paye7"s So, 709, uo; public parks 
SS, 89; visiting military 96, 180, 187, 404; bust Thomas Sherwin 
96; badges 97; salary bill 9S, 100, 176, 177, 718, 279; appropriation 
bill 97, 720, 125; admission female students in city hospital 738, 
745; fourth of July 143; payinent goods lost .in fire at house of 
con-ection 759, 760, 763, 764, 3S2, 389, 390; macadamizing Beacon 
st. 763; engine-house 15, 767; city council 7-eport 175"; Burrill 
claim 775, 176, 777, 310, 377; stable, Chandler st. 7S7; extend- 
ing, widening, and laying out streets 7SS, 277, 224, 30S; supt. 
printing 797; Bi-oadway bridge 215; discha7-ged criminals 216; 
Hanover-st. widening 230; Fort Hill 230, 232; renewal of lease 
Washington st. 250; wai-d-room l'egulations 255; fast driving 264; 
cornei--st077e new post office 270; entei-tainment of president of 
U.S 270; engine 4, 2SS; hoine for poor 2S9; laborers pay 298, 299; 
water supply 307 ; Federal-st. b7-idge 309 ; inspection of buildings 
32S; branch public library 329; Back bay bridge 333; insane 
asylum 333; Scollay building betterments 349; telegi-aph poles 
374; fi7 _ e alarm Quincy school-house 376; city hospital land 385, 
3S6; annexation of Charlestown 396; Granai'y burial g7-ound 400, 
401 ; bills of iTieinbers of city government 367 , 407 , 402 ; court-house 
site 402; building Suffolk-st. disti-ict 404; O'Connor's band 404; 
Boston college 404; name of North st. 413 

Cowper street. 

1871, stable: Robert Somerville a 233, 241 

1877, railroad : Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn R.R. a 277 

1878, railroad : Boston, Reve7-e Beach & Lynn R.R. a 12S 

Cows. 

1871, pasturing in streets, petition prohibition a 261 c 265-report a 3S3 
C391 

Cox, Robert, Councilman, "Ward 15. 

1877, qualified : c 7 

appointed : committee to noininate supt. of public lands c 6; 
comi7)ittee on harbor, health department 7 

1878, qualified: c 7 

appointed: committee on employment for poor c 6; nominate 
trustees Mount Hope cemetery, supt. public lands 7; health de- 
pai-tment7; salaries 76 



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Coyle, George J., Councilman, Ward 13. 

1875 : qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee, to nominate supt. sewers c 6; survey, 
or's department 10 



Crab alley. 
1874 : grading i 



payment damages, William Appleton a 561 



92; annual report 
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Craigie's bridge. 

1870, bath-bouse : repairs and maintenance authorized c 121 

draw ! order relative to appointment of commissioners upon re- 
construction a 240 c 242-0 rder relative to appointment of commis- 
sioners to apportion expense of maintenance a 313 

1871, commissioner: F. W. Lincoln appointed a 14S; authorized to 

expend funds a 1S7 c 190, 201 
maintenance : communication from city solicitor referred a un- 
report, request for ordinance a 120 c 121-ordinance reported and 
passed (CD. 31) a 136 c 139, 147 
1873, commissioner : F. W. Lincoln appointed a 59-first report 
(C.D.19) a 38 

1873, commissioner : F. W. Lincoln appointed a S9; annual report 

(C.D.i 2) a 40 c 47 
reconstruction : petition authorized a 56 c 59 

1874, commissioner : F. W. Lincoln appointed a 149; annual report 

(CD. 16) c 32 a 37 
clerk : payment services a 747, 74S c 756 
floating stage : petition leave to attach a 351 
repairs : closed for a 209, 282, 341 

1875, commissioner : F. W. Lincoln appointed a 

(C.D.23) a 4S c 50 
bath-house : petition c 259 a 262-refused a 309 
c 325-indefinitely postponed a 332 

1876, commissioner: F. W. Lincoln appointed a 206; annual report 

(CD. 20) a 44 
bath-house : C B. "Wood refused permit to build a 311 c 314 

1877, commissioner : F. W. Lincoln appointed a 223; annual report 

(CD. 12) a 30 c 35 
urinals : a 509 0513 

1878, commissioner : F. W. Lincoln appointed a 97 c 104 a 109; annual 

report (CD. 10) a iS c 22 
maintenance : order to petition to be relieved from discussed, 
passed a 71, 72 c 73 

1879, commissioner: F.W.Lincoln appointed a 169; annual report 

(CD. 8) a 14 c 19 

Craigie's and Cambridge Bridges. 

1877, wharves "between : order relative to dredging- flats in front of 
c 315 a 3 1 S-report inexpedient a 660 c 669 

Crawford street. 

1877, lamps : petition a 744-ordered aS54 

sewer : petition a 296-order of notice a 597-order to build a 612- 
schedule, etc. a 839 

1878, building: W. R. Cavanagh a 525, 531 
grading and improvements : petition a 318 

sewer : Theodore Tillinghast et a/., assessment abated a 169 

Creek square. 

1869, obstructions : petition for removal a 241 
1873, paving: petition a 325-ordered a 353 

Creek street. 

1873, building: B. and J. Roach a 253 

Creek street, Dorchester. 

1873, nuisance : petition abatement a 200 

sewer : petition a 233 
1873, nuisance : abated a 270 

Crescent avenue. 

1876, buildings : J. P. Cooper a 217; J. Long a 163 
nuisance : abated a 326 
widening : petition a 326 

1873, sewer : order of notice a 372, 382-to build a 409 

1874, edgestoncs : ordered a 414 

sewer : petition a 497-order notice a 531, 539-to build a «6 

1875, sewer : schedule, etc. a 717, 7346 

sidewalk : petition a 410-ordered a 433-schedule, etc. a 439 

1876, sewer: George Newhall, petition abatement assessment a46i-re- 

fuscd a 481 

1878, poles : Old Colony R.R. Co. a 31S, 324 

1879, grading : G. E. and H. Newhall, petition damages a 169 

Crescent place. 

1871, nuisance : abated a ioS-order to collect assessment a 144 

1872, nuisance: order to collect assessment a 214 

Creighton street. 

1876, stable : W. II. Roome a 628, 652 



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Criminals. 

1873, treatment, recommendations of grand jury relative to a 305 c 329 

Crocker, Uriel H., Councilman, Wards 6, 9. 

1874: qualified: c i. 

appointed: committee to nominate trustees public library c 6; 
lands, printing 13; bonds of city officers 323 

remarks : trustees public library c 10, 11 ; official name for Charles- 
town 27; badges 35; asssessor's. department 42; Wilson's hote 
44; new bridge to Cambridge 7S; Boston college 79,97, 113; salary 
bill 132, 161, 176, 177, 19S, 201; Sumner memorial 148; informal 
meeting 233, 235; deeds on S. Market st. 243; water 275, 294, 364, 
366, 422, 590, 619, 620, 727, 764; bird-houses 309, 310; city docu- 
ments 31 1, 533, 534, 535, 576, 577 ; interest on taxes 345; small-pox 
hospital 364; official report 3S2, 3S4; adjournment for want of 
quorum 438; uniting water boards 444, 466; title to property in 
Brighton 537; employment for poor 658, 660; investigation of 
alleged frauds new water supply 671, 673, 674, 676, 702, 703; modi- 
fication of conditions on land 755 

1875, qualified: c*i 

appointed: committee on new charter c 3; nominate superin- 
tendent streets 6; ordinance, lands, judiciary 10 

elected : water board a 19, 31, 46, 59 

remarks: badges c 24, 25, 27, 42; fHng artillery 40, 41; water 
54, 55; sidewalks 57, 80; division of wards 89, 90, 10S, 109, no, 
118, 554, 555, 557, 569, 571 ; laborers' pay 107, 542, 593; public parks 
120, 183, 184, 186; uniting water boards 215, 217, 260, 32S, 329, 360; 
license commissioners' salaries 254, 255; centennial celebrations 
258; use of council chamber 276, 2S2; burial permits 277; sewer 
assessments 287, 2S8, 2S9; printing park act 290; arrest of murderer 
290; supplies for public institutions 302, 304; Sudbury-river con- 
tracts 316; offal shed 316; public ground expenditures 344, 552; 
city registrar and board of health 363, 364, 3S9, 390: official report 
369,370; park commission 429, 504, 525 ; Mystic-valley sewer 462, 
4S3, 4S4, 4S6; site for Chemical 5 462: E.B. high school 476; rules 
and orders 505; control public institutions 544; new city charier 
650, 672, 673, 699; offal contract 693; widening South st. 729; 
licensing plumbers 745 

1876, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee to count votes for president c 1 ; to an- 
nounce organization of council 3; to nominate superintendent 
of common and squares 10; new city charter 16; judiciary, ordi- 
nances, public lands 17 

remarks : on appointment of committees c 4; dispensing with 
nominating committees 8; municipal retrenchment 9, 20; adjust- 
ment of damages to estate 16; abolishing department water ac- 
counts 21; investigation of removal of certain buildings 30, 31; 
bills to be allowed 39; expenses of committees 40,42; Mystic- 
valley sewer 54, 56; bills for refreshments 57; ordinance concern- 
ing taxes 70; salaries 89, 90, 221, 268, 270, 316, 317; Boston water 
board 92, in, 121, 122; inspectors of elections 94, 96; vegetable 
market investigation 125, 126, 143, 223, 333; division of ward 22 
132; ward 12 contested election 144, 148, 149, 169; remitting mer- 
cantile wharf assessment 189; appropriation bill 200, 201; Con- 
gress-st. widening 236, 237; awnings and shade frames 23S, 239; 
license commissioners 2S3-2S5 ; Chestnut Hill reservoir 319; paint- 
ings in Faneuil Hall 600; sinking-funds 615. 616, 74°S public 
parks 620, 623, 625; care of almshouses 642; protection of laborers 
644, 645, 660, 676, 696, 697, 707 ; fast driving 657 ; revised ordinances 
6S9, 690; new city charter 694, 696, 709, 713, 714; false fire-alarms 
717; sidewalk dealers in fruit, etc. 734, 741; commemoration oi 
historic points 738; thanks to the president 743, 744 

1877, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate city solicitor c 6; committee 
on public lands, judiciary, ordinances 7; bonds of city officers 403 

remarks : badges for common council c 24; tolls on East Boston 
ferries 26; sinking-funds and city debt 26, 120-122, 140, 143-145, 
182, 208, 218, 236; documents for social law library 36; work for 
poor citizens 62, 329, 330, 332, 355 ; boards and commissions 
74; abolition of 2d assistant assessors 95; common council 
refreshment bills 98; claim of L. W. Foss 124; Massachusetts 
Charitable Mechanic Association building on common 13S; ap- 
propriation for public grounds 139; salaries of city officers 140, 
164, 18S-190; common council contingent fund 142; playground 
on the common 209; appropriation bill 229, 231, 234; certificates 
of firemen 253; Mr. Keith's appointment to board of health 
2 5S> 2 93> 3 11 » license commissioners 286-2SS, 353, 354, 652: joint 
rules and orders 292; Mystic-valley sewer 310; ventilation of 
council chamber 313; civilities to strangers 357; official report 
359; releases on Winship place 3S3; iron fence on Common- 
wealth ave. 386; salary of superintendent of Dover-st. bridge 
403; duties of retrenchment committees 410; army and navy 
monument 443; duties of city officers 467, S2S; storage of gun- 
powder 467; Back Bay park 4S1 ; firemen's vacation 495, 541; 
free ferries 495; refreshments, etc. 531, 673; proposed visit of 
governors 540; sealers of weights and measures 545, 567; claim 
of J. H. Hunneman 603; inspection of lime 605, 607; extra pay 
for 17th of September 60S, 621 ; police boat " Protector" 622, 636; 
messenger for city treasurer 620; additional appropriation for 
common 634, 654, 672, 691 ; opportunity for city officeis to vote 
692; proposed removal of superintendent of common 656; in- 
spection refreshment bills 676; fire commissioners 677; inspec- 
tion bills in auditor's office 693; inspection of building 721-723, 
73S, 741; reduction of rent to T. W. Carter 803; Commercial-st. 
widening S04, 830; investigation of department of common and 
public grounds S07; annual dinner S15; public parks 817; refresh- 
ment bills for monument committee 835. 






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Crocker, Uriel H., Councilman, Wards, 6, 9, continued. 

1878, qualified : c i 

appointed: committee on mayor's address c 2; nominate city 
messenger and city solicitor 7 ; ordinances, judiciary, public lands 
7; consolidation of duties of harbor-master 25; chain cable factory 
investigation 213; bonds of city officers 351 ; new court-house 541 

remarks : secrecy committee's proceedings c 5; Roxbury canal 
12; joint rules 12, 13, 14; superintendent printing 31 ; bathing de- 
partment 35, 106, 396; second assistant assessors 42; contracts for 
labor 42, 43, 44; police commission 57,332, 333; harbor-master 
73i 156, 157, 223, 32S; placing public grounds in charge of park 
commissioners 120, 123; work on Back Bay park 124, 125; Massa- 
chusetts Charitable Mechanic Association 141, 142; appropriation 
bill 157-161, 164; park loans 164; incorporation library trustees 
187; labor on public grounds 219, 220, 221; additional water 
supply 225, 2S0, 2S1, 299; non-resident employes 242, 260, 704, 
708, 709, 710; salary bill 260; ferries 292, 30S; alterations of 
records 302, 311 j salaries police commissioners 308, 352, 371, 
375; discontinuance Lagrange street, W.R., 351 J printing elec- 
tion laws 3S9; South Boston branch library 392, 407, 477; play- 
grounds 442; sewer and sidewalk assessments 443; ordinance 
relative to police commissioners 457, 468, 470, 471, 472,473, 474, 
475; transfer of lunatics to Danvers 467, 737, 73S, 740, 741, 743, 767, 
768,770,771, 772; new court-house 538, 540, 561 ; liquor licenses 5S1 ; 
Drake's history of Roxbury 598; payment legal fees East Boston 
ferry case 577, 667, 685; deputy collector's fees 612, 613, 614; water 
supply East Boston 619; street commissioner 633, 637; Stony 
Brook 674; assistance in law department 684, 775J annual dinner 
746; pensioning police-officers 774 

Crosby place. 

1869, lamps : petition a 202 

1870, grading : payment for damages, W. Mathews, Jr., a 249 

Cross, John, Councilman, Ward 16. 

1877, qualified : c i 

appointed t committee to nominate commissioners of Cedar 
Grove cemetery c 6; on police, public library 7 

Cross-dam. {See Parker street.) 
Cross street. 



1868, building : F. F. Raymond a 27 

■widening : payment land and damages : James Bent, C. D. Good- 
rich, lessees, heirs C. M. Hurd et a/, a 8, P. A. Stone a 18; notice 
to quit a 8 

I860, paving : petition a 84-ordered a 123 

1870, buildings : P. Hanlon a 163; R. Moore a 116, 195 
grading: settlement damages: D. F. Flagg, payment a 246 — A. 

H. Stevens, petition a 206 c 215 
nuisance : abated a 214, 225 
tenement-nouses : order to vacate a 240 
widening : order of notice a 226, 237-order passed a 241 

1871, stable : H. E. Hall a 79, 174, 197 
tenement-house : order to vacate a 144 

1874, widening: petition a 115; order to report estimate referred c 249 

a 252-report, inexpedient c 329 a 338 

1875, paving: petition a 436-ordered a 517 
sign : G. S. Jones a 644 

1877, lantern : M. E. Hhorey a 29, 56 

paving : petition a 317-ordered a 616 

widening : G. Morrill, payment land, etc. petition a 196-payment 
a 216 

street, Dorchester. 

name : petition change a 12-changed to Glendale a 144 



Cross 
1870, 

Crowley, James K., Councilman, Ward 7. 

1869, qualified : c i 

appointed : committee on state aid c 3; bathing 10 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate superintendent public build- 
ings c 5; fire department, lands 13 

remarks : Suffolk-st. district c 27; election assistant assessor 57; 
report fire commissioners 81 ; sale of Fort Hill land 141 ; sala- 
ries of firemen 146, 148; salary bill 17S, 201, 202; sale of land, 
Eliot St. 217; purchase of engine-house site 245; new engine 
houses, Dover and Dartmouth sts. 260; assistant superintendent 
Dover-st. bridge 290; bird-houses 325; Brighton, bell-ringing 
325; purchase of school-house site, Lawrence district 425, 445; 
erection of school-house, Lawrence district 46S; free soup 657, 
685, 6S6 

Cudworth, Samuel S., Councilman, Ward 11. 

1875, qualified : c i 

appointed: committee on small-pox hospital c 2; assessors' de- 
partment, ferries 17 
remarks : opening library on Sunday c 37, 47 
1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on state aid c 4; ferries, assessors' depart- 
ment 13; fourth July 292 



Culler of Hoops and Staves. 
Culvert place. 

1876, stable : G. Lent a 506, 747 



(See Hoops and Staves.) 



Culvert street. 

I8O8, building : C. Tilden a 58 

grading, etc, : petition a 24-ordered a 60 
I860, grading: Campbell, Whittier & Co. petition damages a 17, 261 

sewer : schedule, etc. a 227 

1870, building : James Brady a 32 
crosswalk : petition a 326 
grading : petition a 37 

1871, stable: William Clark a 127, 143 
tenement house : order to vacate a 206 

1873, stables : Robert T. Paine, Jr. a 453, 474; H. R. Surles a 474, 482 

1874, repairs : petition a 610 

stables : R. T. Paine, Jr. a 40S, 433; Whittier Machine Co. a 505, 

1875, buildings : O. H. Weed a 292 c 299 a 308 c 311; R. T. Paine, Jr. 

a 268, 309 c 311 ; W. R. Cavanagh a 752, 775 
grade : petition a 7-established a 33, 36, 722 
stables : R. T. Paine, Jr. a 122, 151, 307, 323; O. H. Weed, a 164, 

193 
stationary engine : E P. Cutler & Co., a 263, 307, 335 

1876, building : Hayward & McMullen, c 188 a 228 C235 
stable: Hayward & McMullen a 191, 211 

1877, building : O. H. Weed c 255 a 258, 278 c 286 
sidewalks : petition a 681 

stable : People's Ice Co. a 258, 278 

1878, crossing: petition a 303 

edgestones, sidewalks : petition a 513-ordered a 566 

Cumston place. 

1870, sidewalks : petition a 495-ordered a 462, 517 

Cumston street. 

1874, paving : petition a 610 

Cunard street. 

1869, laying out: petition a 161-order of notice a 187, 190-order passed 
a 191 

1879, lamps : petition a 28 

stable : S. E. Chubbuck a 29, 305 

1877, sewer : petition a 681-order of notice a 698, 703-to build a 726- 

schedule, etc. a 820 

1878, grading, improvements : petition a 227 

1879, edgestones : ordered a 371-schedule, etc. a 661 
grading, gravel, gutters : ordered a 371 
sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 661 

Cunard Wharf. 

1874, building : D. H. Blaney, a 46 c 57 a 72 c 78 

Cunningham, William, Councilman, Ward 2. 

1871, qualified : c i 

appointed : committee on state aid c 3; public instruction 10 

1873, qualified: c 1 

appointed: committee to nominate harbor-master c 5; public 
institutions 10; fourth July 130 

Currau, Katie M. 

1874, abductors, reward offered for detection a 171 c 174 

1875, abductors, 'petition C. McGinness, payment reward a 58 c76-refused 

a 224 c 227 

Curtis, Charles P., Councilman, Wards 17, 23. 

1875, qualified : c i 

appointed: committee on slate aid C5; nominate city engineer 
6; assessor's department, engineer's department io 

1876, qualified : c i 

appointed: committee on assessor's department c 16; common 
and public grounds 17; to nominate water registrar 30 

remarks : on vegetable market investigation c 331 ; public parks 
620 

Curtis Hall. 

1874, lease, authorized a 9 c 10 
named : a 121 c 130 

1876, free use, Thos. Maguinnis et a!, petition c 676-refused a 728 c 732 

1877, heating apparatus, ordered c 549 a 551 

library branch, petition for use of room c 549 a 551 

Curtis street, East Boston. 

1872, pipe : Kidder, Vaughan & Co., a 242, 253 

1876, extension : S. F. Whitehouse, payment land, etc., a 367 
grade : established a 33 

grading : ordered a 45 

pipe : Kidder, Vaughan & Co., a 243, 249 

widening : ordered a 394 

1877, extension : A. Bowker, payment land, etc., a 321 
stable : J. H. Stucke a 334, 392 

1879, pipe: Kidder, Vaughan & Co., a 374, 393 

-widening and extension : J. C. Crowley, payment land, etc., 

a 553 

Curtis street, West Roxbury. 

1875, building : Cummings & Sears a 452 c 459, 4S7 a 494 



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Curtis street, West Roxbury, continued. 

edgestones : schedule, etc. a 763 

sewer : petition a 558; order notice a 5S0, 596-to build a 623 

1876, sewer 1 schedule, etc., 724, 747 

1877, lamps : petition a 130, S54 

name : portion changed to Chestnut ave., a 821-remonstrance 

a 837-report no action a S54 
sewer : petition a 46S-order of notice a 536, 551-to build a 555- 

schedule, etc., a 820 

1878, name : Chapel St., so called a 387 

Curtis-street School. 

1875, additional accommodations, request a 637 c 64S-ordered c 702, 713 

a 717 

Curve street. 

1868, cesspools: petition a 49 

edgestones, sidewalks : petition a 49-ordered a 58 
gutte rs : ordered a 58 

1869, grade : established a 43 

grading : remonstrance against proposed change a SS-report no 
action a 95 

1876, grade: established a 481 
hoisting-beam : Boyce Bros, a 648, 661 

Gushing, AlbusR., Councilman, Wards 4, 10. 

1875, qualified : c I 

appointed : committee to nominate trustees Mt. Hope cemetery 
c6; common, public instruction 10 ; badges 78; exhibits Centen- 
nial Exposition 668; loan of historical pictures 744 

remarks: public ground expenditures c 551, 552; watering streets 
727 

1876, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate trustees of Mt. Hope cemetery 
c 10; common and public grounds, public instruction 17 

elected : director public institutions c 28 a 33 

remarks : on school-house Dorchester-Everett district c 334 ; 
school-house for Washington Village 415, 445; Egleston sq. 
school-house 516; care of almshouses 641 

Cushing street. 
1869, laying out : 

Cushing's Manual. 

1869, order passed to supply members of city council with c 21-referred 
to committee on printing a 23 c 26-report, order passed a 51 c 61 

1877, order to furnish to members of common council amended, referred 

c 332-discussed, rejected c 356, 357 

Cushman, Rufus S., Councilman, Ward 1. 

1874, qualified: c i 

appointed ^committee on state aid C4; nominate ballast inspect- 
ors 5; armories, police 13 

1875, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee nominate weighers, etc., lighters c 6; 

public buildings, salaries 10 
elected : director of ferries c 16 a 19 

Cushman School-house. 

1873, tablet, request referred c 10 a 14 

Custom-House street. 

1874, hoisting-beam : Morse Denny & Co. a 29 
stable : James Hall, a 427, 434, 454, 461 , 492 

1877, wagon stands : J. Hale, petition regulation of a 277 

Cutlery grinding. 

1874, license, Thomas Morris, petition a 125 

1875, license a 307, 318 

Cutter, Leonard R., Alderman. 

1871, qualified : a 1 

appointed : committee on state aid a 1; bridges, county accounts, 
. Faneuil Hall, Mt. Hope cemetery, ordinances, public lands to 
nominate engineers fire department, superintendent bridg-es 
weighers and inspectors of lighters 5; on census 27; inspector of 
prisons 35; conference on appropriation bill, sale of unwholesome 
meat 1 .5 ; fourth of July 143; bonds of city officers 167 ; to investi- 
gate Uiardon-street Home 222; to investigate city engineer's de 
partment 232; to receive grand duke Alexis 3152 
elected : member water board c 17 a 20 

remarks: permanent assessors a 51; salarv bill 9 S, 09, 100, 118 ■ 
non-resident tax-payers no; appropriation "bill 120, i«, 200" ad- 
mission female students into city hospital 145 ; coal hole vaults etc 
159; contract for printing 160; water supply 1S6, iqS, iqq % i" : 
superintendent of printing 197; inspector of buildings 20S, vS : 
extending and laying-out streets 224,333; bell tower, Eliot school' 
house 224, 269, 270; Fort hill 231, 232; branch public library 2,0 240 
329, ward-room regulations 255; fast-driving 264; corner-stone 
post-office 270; salaries 279; engine 4 289; home for poor 290 



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Cutter, Leonard R., Alderman, continued. 

laborers' pay 299; insane asylum 308, 333; Federal-st. bridge 309; 
Burrill claim 310,311,312; Back Bay bridge 333; repairs house of 
correction 358; green-house, Mt. Hope cemetery 361; bills mem- 
bers city government 361, 401 ; bell tower, Hancock school-house 
365; fire-alarm bell, Quincy school-house 376; city hospital land 
385, 3S6; annexation of Charlestown 396; court-house site 402; con- 
tingent fund 401 ; granary burial-ground 401 ; O'Connor's band 
404; naming North st. 413 

1872, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on Suffolk-st. district a 3; assessors' de- 
partment, bridges, claims, fire department, markets, ordinances, 
overseers of the poor, paving, police, public institutions, public 
library 6; to nominate engineers fire department, overseers 
of poor, superintendent bridges, superintendent streets, trustees 
city hospital 14; on salaries 22; commissioner sinking-funds 29; 
on peace jubilee 60; charter Highland railroad 114; conference on 
salary bill 114; fourth of July 132; South Boston flats 140; inspec- 
tor of prisons 143; investigation building department 155; appli- 
cation for benefit of Franklin fund 183; to nominate assistant 
engineers fire department 289; on case of Christian vs. Wooiley 
370; petition Allen & Noble 41S 

elected : member water board a 30 c 32 

remarks : removal Paddock elms a 13 ; superintendent of work 
in Suffolk-st. district 22, 42; badges for common council 24; addi- 
tional appropriation for fire-alarm 31 ; reception of Japanese em- 
bassy 59; temporary buildings for house of correction 61 : election 
of city engineer 62, 63, 69, 355; salary bill 72,86; South Market-st. 
extension 85, 95; tidal basin project SS; Wendell-st. widening 
95; free ferries 102; water supply 102; appropriation bill 108, 117; 
trustees city hospital 114; Highland-st. R.R. charter 125 ; inspec- 
tion of buildings 144; Burrill claim 153; opening library on Sun- 
day 153, 165, 186; police force 155; high and Latin school-house 
205, 206, 237; scientific commission on wooden pavement 22S, 235, 
239; small pox hospital 230, 2S9, 417; public garden green-house 
234; Adams express stables 241; paving Bromfield st. 246; pav- 
ing Dorchester street 267, 276, 277, 285; Washington-st. extension 
29S, 300; new board of health a 301 ; Metropolitan R.R. stable 318; 
use of steam on Union freight R.R. and Albany st. freight R.R. 
336; temporary buildings on common 338, 343; committee on relief 
342; badges for aldermen 343; city loan 390; Portland-st. widen- 
ing 401; ordinance on inspection of buildings 40S; fire-boat com- 
pany 418; vote of thanks to chairman 433 

1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on joint rules, state aid, Suffolk-st. district 
a3; assessors' department, bridges, claims, engineers' department, 
fire department, ordinances, paving, police, public institutions, 
public instruction 9; nominate superintendent of streets 10; en- 
gineers fire department 89; fourth of July 197 

elected: chairman board of aldermen a 2; member water board 
a 24 c 29 

remarks : on election as chairman 32; board of health 12; small- 
pox hospital claim 93,94; free concerts 248; normal school salaries 
307; watering Columbus ave. 312; reorganization of fire depart- 
ment 413, 414; revision of city charter 422; water supply 432; 
salaries of fire commissioners 458 ; Broadway bridge 508 ; free soup 
53S, 555; response to vote of thanks 579 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on joint rules a 2; Northampton-st. dis- 
trict, state aid 3; assessors' department, bridges, claims, en- 
gineer's department, paving, police, public institutions, public in- 
struction 7; to nominate directors feriies, directors public insti- 
tutions, superintendent of streets 8; nominate commissioners 
sinking-funds, city engineer iS; on Franklin fund 84, 150,369; 
auditor's estimates, inspector of prisons 115; Sumner funeral 127; 
fourth of July 316; interest on taxes 409; Shurtleff funeral 573; 
election returns 691 ; conference on free soup 706 

elected : member water board c 10, 14, a 19 

remarks : Wilson's hotel a 20, 41 ; Paddock elms 36, 74, 76, 87, S8, 
89,92; salary for Charlestown court officers 39,90; Charlestown 
police badges 47 ; water 49, 54, 77, 82, 83, 104, 105, 157, 213, 284, 2S5, 
337, 375, 376; Smith's riding-school 51 ; revision of city charter 63; 
park commission 70,71; Atlantic ave. 72; inspector of milk 72, 
73, 182,288,362; alteration of Eastern R.R. terminus 73, 74; salary 
bill 90, 93, 94, 95, 96, 116, 153, 154, 155, 157, 205, 206, 207, 215; ele- 
vator for city hall 115, 221, 222; police and fire boat 121 ; death of 
Charles Sumner 126; railroad station near Chestnut Hill reservoir 
137; sale of Fort Hill land 150; ruling on debate on salary bill 
157; city horses 15S; appropriation bill 166, 167, 179, 180; Water- 
st. extension 16S, 169, 1S1 ; normal school 172, 173, 195; street-rail- 
way safety 191; street sprinkling 193; abatement Appleton-st. 
betterment 204,205; projecting signs 209; mounted police 209; nor- 
mal school salaries 213, 214; salaries of registrars of voters 223, 
224, 240, 242 ; Union Freight railroad dummy engine 224, 225 ; pay- 
ment for printing 227; allowance to G.A.R. posts 236, 237, 266, 
270, 271; assistant superintendent Dover-st. bridge 254, 263, 264; 
wood-paving on Kilby st. 268, 287, 35S, 359; closing 'bridges for 
repairs 269; city architect and draughtsman 2S3; fitting up old 
High-school-house for armory 289; raising Swett-st. district 300, 
301; street sprinkling license 302; bird-houses 303; bath-house 
at South Boston 303; fourth of July 315, 316; hospital for infectious 
diseases 317, 31S, 360, 361 ; order of business 321 ; police fire coats 
322; pay of suspended police-officers 334; patent torch for lighting- 
lamps 335; widening Shawmut ave. 336; sanitary commission on 
water 338, 361 ; interest on taxes 338, 352, 427, 42S; payment S. B. 
Heustis 34^0, 341 ; payment for filling South Boston flats 341 ; 
appropriation for free concerts 352, 353; municipal court-room in 



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Cutter, Leonard R., Alderman, continued. 

East Boston 359, 530; Lake Cochituate as storage basin 370; site 
for new court-house 377, 645 ; taking Beach-st. Presbyterian church 
estate 378, 379; free ferries for police 389, 390; license fees for 
pawnbrokers and second-hand dealers 390; salaries of municipal 
court officers 409, 451 ; watering Warren St. 414, 415; expenditures 
for public grounds 416; erection of Prospect-st. school-house 
429; repairs of harbor-master's office 432; victualler's license 433; 
sale of land on Eliot st. 433, 436; ventilation of city hall 447, 448; 
public urinals 449; receiving tomb at Mt. Hope cemetery 449, 450; 
watering Washington St. 450; watering Park square 450, 451, 456; 
defective conductors 452; erection of Gibson district school-house 
453; wood pavements for Gold and Silver sts. 453; widening 
Washington St. 456; cleaning and painting library building 461, 
462; street-railroad locations 472, 473; telegraph poles between 
Boston and Brighton 474; home for poor 477, 502, 508; taxes of 
Mary Holden 47S; cellars below grade 47s, 479, 494, 495, 584, 585; 
vacation 494; fast-driving on mile ground 499, 531, 611; wood 
paving for Devonshire St. 499, 527, 52S; fountain for Independence 
square 500; Austin Farm as site for home for poor 515, 516; grade 
of Dedham-st. district 526; Middlesex Railway in State st. 526; 
East Lenox-st. extension 529; Thorndike-st. extension 529; 
armory repairs 540; city treasurer's bond 541 ; license for Walcott's 
hotel 544; traps in drains 545; use of Highland tracks by Metro- 
politan Co. 553, 554; coach license for John E. Hurl 555; passage- 
way to East Chester park 556; horse-cars time table 556; armory 
rent for Company A., Second Battalion Infantry 569; paving pas- 
sage-ways 570, 571, 572, 586; reports on home for poor 580, 5S2; 
school-house site on Roxbury St. 5S5 ; park commission 595, 596; 
pumping-engines at LakeCochituate59S; evening drawing-school 
600, 614, 615; coal for police iboat 607; licensing plumbers 610; 
furnishing Municipal court-rooms 613; Charles-river supply 628, 
629; B. F. Butler's offer of Sudbury river 630; investigation of 
charges of fraud 641 ; paving in front of Faneuil Hall market 64S, 
751, 752, 753; additional track in Washington St. 651, 652; soup for 
poor 662, 678, 717; widening School st. 6SS; horse-car blockades 
693, 694; Boston Water Power Company 695, 696, 697, 698, 699, 
711, 712; transfer appropriations 708,709; nautical school 712, 713; 
purchase of water-pipe 715, 716; Swett-st. extension 717,718; assist- 
ants for city solicitor 736,737, 738,748, 749; name of square by 
post-office 740; payment of J. R. Jenkins 741; Citizens' Gas- 
Light Company 744, 745, 750; thanks to chairman 76S 

Cypress street. 

1874, stable : E. P. Morrill a 471, 492 
1879, stable : J. A. Plumer a 525, 540 



Cyrus Alger School-house. 

187©, erection, request a 597 c 605 

D street. 



1868, 
1869, 



"building : Joseph Leahey a 54 

cross-walks : petition a 57 

buildings : J. & W. R. Cavanagh a 143 ; T. K. Daunt 121 ; H. A. 
Doe 56, 94; Patrick Doherty 179; J. Mullen 161 ; N. Smith 12 

crossings ; ordered a 182 

edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 169 

extension : petition a 94 

glitters 8 ordered a 182 

grading: A. Flood, petition damages a 253 

nuisance : petition abatement a 241 

paving : petition a 134-ordered a 182, 193 

sewer: petition a S8-order of notice a 91, 94-to build a 103-schedule, 
etc. a 227 

buildings : R. H. Barham a 100; Ross & Murray a 122 

encroachments : report a 173, 174 

grading : Ann Flood, payment damages a 47 

sidewalks : schedule, etc. a 43 

nuisance : abated a 144, 152, 322 

building : A. Emerson a 355, 363, c 365 

cesspool : petition removal a 297 

grading : Joanna Leahey, petition damages a 58 

nuisance : abated a 201 

paving : petition a 256 

sewer: schedule, etc. a 400, 403 

stable : S. B. Sherman a 228, 249 

extension : report of street commissioners relative to a 441, c 449 

building : J. Wattendorf c 238 a 263 c 271 

foot-bridge : petition a 759 

mortar : Mary A. Scanlan a 763, 783 

foot-bridge : order to build discussed a 363, 364-substitute tabled 
a 384-rejected a 406 

land : W. E. C. Rich et at. a 425 c 432, 575 

sidewalks : petitions a 568-ordered a 587 

claims : Timothy Donavan a 68 c 78; A. F. Mitchell a 254 c 265; 
Mary Tiernay a 104 c 137 a 140, 283 c 284 

extension: petitions a 17 c 19 a 433 c 440; street commissioners 
requested to consider expediency a 17 c 19-report, enclosing com- 
munication from railroad commissioners a 369 c 372-referred c 432 
a 435-report, street commissioners directed to renew application for 
grade-crossing c 667 a 66S 

D street, West Roxbury. 

1878, sewers: order to build a 516-schedule, etc. a 697, 752; petition 



1870, 



1871, 

1872, 



1873, 

1875, 
1877, 

1878, 



1879, 



a 528-refused a 593 



DAMAGES 



Dacey, James F., Councilman, Ward 20. 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate superintendent of streets c 6; 
engineer's department, salaries 13; 4th of July 292 

remarks: badges c 24, 35; naming Charlestown 26; petition of 
Boston College 79; burnt-district loan 97; overseers of poor 106; 
salary bill 107, 108, 109, 110, 131, 132, 160, 175; sale of land, Eliot 
st. 130, 131; appropriation bill 143, 144; annexation 186; salary 
registrars of voters 244; public-ground expenditures 245; assist- 
ant superintendent Dover-st. bridge 272, 290, 291 ; Sumner memo- 
rial 292; bird-houses 310; official report investigation 382,383, 3S4; 
uniting water boards 422; Prescott-st. school-house 438,439,703; 
free ferry passes 446; widening Tremont st. 465 ; powers of water 
board 466; Austin farm 521; water iates 588,589,593,670; stand- 
pipe city hall 591; licensing plumbers 605; free soup 656, 657, 
685, 6S6, 700, 734, 735; employment for the poor 659; adjournment 
for want of quorum 6S6; investigation of water-supply frauds 701, 
702; Sudbury-river supply 725, 764; election inspector of ballast 
755; thanks to president 765 

Dacey, Timothy J., Councilman, Ward 2. 

1872, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on state aid c 4; nominate ballast inspectors 
5; engineer's department, ordinances 10; free concerts 135; funeral 
Daniel Dowd 269; nominate engineers fire department 290 

remarks: election ward 10 c 35; salary bill 81; Burrill claim 
181; free ferries 334; fire-relief measures 350, 351, 360; small-pox 
hospital 369, 414 
1878, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on state aid c 4; nominate superintendent 
common 5; common and squares, ordinances 17; nominate en- 

fineers fire department 88; 4th of July 193; funeral T. H. Do- 
erty 324 

elected : trustee city hospital a 33 c 36 

remarks ! election city solicitor c 49; nomination fire engineers 
87; Burrill claim 137, 265; public grounds 175; salaries in law de- 
partment 176, 177, 185; ordinance relative to city hospital 185; 
4th of July 225; visiting engine manufactories 236; accommoda- 
tions insurance brigade 285; death of T. H. Doherty 324; re- 
moving fence from common 329; firing cannon on common 347, 
348,357; reorganization of fire department 380, 390; revision of 
city charter 451 ; public parks 462; improvement Washington 
park 499; free soup 521,525; religious instruction in public insti- 
tutions 557 

Dale street. 

I860, building : J. V. N. Stubbs a 192 

sewer : order notice a 75, 79-to build a 89-schedule, etc. a 282, 286 
square : petition improvement c 54 

1870, building : C. Tilden, Jr. a 100 

sewer : petition a 100, 107-report, no action a 195; order to build 
a 185-schedule a 258, 277 

1871, grade: established a 217 

sewers : order notice a 200, 214-to build a 216; order notice a 255, 
261-to build a 301, 307; petition a 247; schedule, etc. a 373, 3S2, 3S4, 
388; William Lowry, assessment abated a 400 

trees : removal a 292, 29S 

1872, sewer : R. S. Haven, petition abatement assessment a 20-refused 

a 30; Warren-ave. Congregational Society collection postponed 
a 177 

1873, edgestones : petition a 206-ordered a 3S3 
paving: petition a 178 

widening : removal of obstructions ordered a 494; payment land 
and damages : Charles Hulbert a 494, Wm. Lowry, Joseph Moore, 
C. A. Green a 565, L. R. Nichols a 575 

1874, edgestones: schedule a 48; assessments changed Sheehan-Shee- 

han a 152, 167— Hooper-Dean, Barker a 424 
stable : D. P. Nichols a 334, 359 
widening: payments for land, etc.: Wm. Rumrill a 120, Abbie 

Pond a 642 

1875, grade : established a 6S7 

sidewalk : petitions a 478, 493-ordered a 494, 581 

1876, crossings : petition a32i-ordered a 338 
1878, edgestones : petition a 273-ordered a 289 

sidewalks : petition a 546, 568-ordered a 566, 587 

Daley, James H. 

1878, reward offered for detection of murderer of c 91 a 95 

Dallas place. 

1872, buildings : order to vacate a 125 

Dalton street. 

1878, laying out: notice to quit a 565; A. Moore, petition relative to 

damages to estate a 621-payment for land, etc. a 781 
sewer : order of notice a 506, 513-to build a 526 

1879, laying out: A. Moore, heirs, paid land, etc. a 596 

Damages. 

1876, reference to expert or auditor of claims by lessees or tenants of 
estates taken for public improvements, order passed to petition for 
act authorizing a 14 c 16 



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Damon, George L, Councilman Ward 12. 

1875, qualified : c i 

appointed: committee nominate trustees public library c. 6; public 

institutions 10; resignation clerk of committees 612 
remarks : City Point school-house C506 

Damon's Dock. 

1876, complaint of board of health of nuisance referred a 46S-report, 

order to dredge discussed and passed a 490, 491 

Dance Hall. (See Amusements.) 

Danforth, James H., Councilman, Ward 10. 

1877, qualified : c I 

appointed: committee to nominate commissioners on sinking- 
funds c6; on salaries, treasury department 7; industrial schools 494 

remarks : salaries and duties of city officers c 37; salai-y of super- 
intendent of Dover-st. bridge 381 ; industrial schools 494; sealers 
of weights and measures 513, 546, 567; free ferries 521 ; improved 
sewerage 565 ; messenger for city treasurer 620 ; salaries of license 
commissioners 651 ; Stony-Brook improvement 753, 756; Commer- 
cial-st. widening 804 

1878, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on public lands, common, nominate city 

architect c 7; vegetable market 73 
remarks: contracts c 43; placing public grounds in charge of 

park commissioners S9, 90, 117, 120, 123; Massachusetts Charitable 

Mechanic Association 104, 143, 175; superintendent public grounds 

135, 136; appropriation bill 159, 160, 161, 174 
resigned: c 191 a 194 

Dangerous Buildings. (See Buildings.) 

Daniels, Nathan H., Councilman, Ward 4. 

1869, qualified : c i 

appointed: committee on state aid c 3; water 10; free concert to 
soldiers' families 171 

Danvers Insane Asylum. 

1878, transfer patients from lunatic hospitals, South Boston, to, mayor re- 

quested to confer with state authorities c 23a26-message (CD. 60) 
tabled a 380, 381-motion to take from table rejected a 448-discussed, 
referred a 465 c 467-majority and minority reports (C.D.SS) a 650- 
tabled a 675-majority order discussed, passed a726, 727-discussion, 
minority order assigned c 737-744-substitute order offered, discus- 
sion, substitute rejected, minority order amended and passed 
c 767-772 a 7So-motion to reconsider rejected c 776 

Darrow, Charles, Councilman, Ward 8. 

1872, qualified : c i 

appointed : committee to nominate overseers of poor c 5 ; on fuel, 
public lands 10; charter Highland Street Railway Company 118; 
additional appropriation for Cedar Grove cemetery 146; charter 
Union Freight R.R. 194 

elected : committee on finance c 4 

1873, qualified: c 1 

appointed: committee on fuel, public lands, police c 17; army 
and navy monument 38; nominate engineers fire department 88, 
bonds of city officers 243 

elected: committee on finance c 5; trustee Mt. Hope cemetery 
a 24, c 29 

Darrow, George P., Councilman, Ward 8. 

1868, remarks : wideningTemple place c 2; extending courtesies visitors 
20; hook and ladder carriage, South Boston 56, 57,64; purchase 
automatic signal-boxes 6S; increase laborers' pay 68,69; extension 
Broadway 78; presentation speaking-trumpet chief engineer 85 

Dartmouth place. 

1868, building : Small & Post a 24 

1869, lamps : petition a 202-report, no action a 220 

1877, edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 587-schedule a 726 
gutters : ordered a 587 
improvement: S. P. Hibbard etal., petition a 317 

1879, edgestones : assessment changed, Batchelder-Waitt a 145 

Dartmouth square. 

1874, crosswalk : petition a 164 
stable : N. Matthews a 236, 751 

Dartmouth street. 

1868, building : Joseph Small a 20 
grading, gutters : petition a 36 

laying-out: petition a 17; between Warren st. and Columbus 
ave., order notice a 23, 27-order passed a 41 

1869, acceptance : Beacon st. to Columbus ave., petition a 64 
bridges: over B. & A. R.R. and B.&P. R.R., building ordered 

a 103; additional appropriation a 182 
edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 97 
laying-out : Columbus ave. to St. James ave., order notice a 91, 

101-order passed a 103; removal obstructions ordered a 117, 29c 
steps: substitution stone for wood, petition a 138-ordered a 16S 

1870, buildings : J. McNeil a 263; J. Preston a 62; N. Wheeler & Sons 

a2 37 
grade : established a 22, SS 



Dartmouth street, continued. 

grading, etc.: ordered a 108; petition damages, Daniel Davies 
a 253 — Jonathan Preston a 206-refused a 265 

laying out : St. James st. north to Commonwealth land, order of 
notice a 119, 132-order passed a 163 

repairs : petition a 93 

sewer : schedule, etc. a 63 ; assessment paid to Water Power Co. a 88 
1871, building : I. & H. M. Harmon a 22 

grading: petition a 252 ; ordered a 243,245, 292, 298; J. Preston, 
petition damages a 95-refused a 253 

gravel : petition for removal a 287 

improvement: petition a 127 

macadamizing ; ordered a 221 

stabile : Orsamus Nute a 38, 72 
1873, grading : Jonathan Preston, payment damages a 420 

name : petition for change a 192 

1875, edgestones: petition a 203 ; ordered a 222 
sidewalk : petition a 332-ordered a 351 

1876, edgestones, gutters : ordered a 311; schedule, etc. a 468; peti- 

tion a 562-ordered a 573 
edgestones, sidewalks : petition a 206-ordered a 245 
improvements : petition a 174 
sidewalks : petition a 586; Museum Fine Arts, assessment 

abated a 747 

1877, railroads : Highland a 411, 436, 483, 511; Metropolitan a 389, 412, 

468,483, 511 
stable : R. T. Paine, Jr., petition a 744, 826 

1878, land : R. T. Paine, Jr., et al. a 47 c 57 a 323 c 328 
railroad : Metropolitan a 752 

stable : R. T. Paine, Jr. a 759 
watering : license granted a 230 

1879, sewer : petition a 471-report, no action a 1503 

Dartmouth-street bridge. 

1869, erection : ordered a 103; additional appropriation a 182 
1873, staircase: to coliseum grounds, erection ordered a 143; additional 
appropriation a 193 c 194, 199 

1873, iron bridge : contract authorized a 454, 467-referred c 476 a 481 ; 

repairs ordered a 516 

1874, repairs : additional appropriation a S4, 92 

187®, repairs: ordered a 45; covering to bridge and approaches, petition 
a 206; fences, erection ordered a 249; rebuilding easterly abutment, 
petition a 421 

1878, rebuilding : report city engineer a 69 c 73; order passed to build 
a 365; agreement authorized with Boston & Albany and Boston 
& Providence railroads for right to build piers a 492 c 510-pay- 
ment a 517-rescinded and new order passed a 54S 
railroad : Metropolitan a 591, 601, 625, 657, 65S, 752 

Davenport, Hartford, Councilman, Ward 16. 

1873, qualified : c i 

appointed: committee on state aide 4; surveyor's department, 

assessors 10; funeral Daniel Dowd 269 
remarks : salary bill c S2 

Davenport street. 

1873, lamps : petition a 28 

nuisance : abated a 214 

1875, stable : J. W. Cook a 6S0, 723 

Davis, Charles G., Councilman, Ward 14. 

1873, qualified: c i 

appointed : committee on state aid c 4; armories, fire-alarms 17 
remarks : enlargement city hall c 286; appropriation for market 
417; organizing Engine Co. 24, 449 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on credentials c 1 ; nominate committee on 
finance 3; armories, Northampton-st. district, nominate city sur- 
veyor 13 ; badges 35 ; 4th July 292 

remarks : armories c 14S, 311, 536 

Davis, David P., Councilman, Ward 13. 

1869, qualified : c i 

appointed: committee on treasury department c 10; nominate 
superintendent public buildings 22; nominate consulting physi- 
cians 60 

Davis, Francis A., Councilman, Ward 16. 

1876, qualified : c i 

appointed: cemmittee to nominate weighers and inspectors of 
ballast c 10; on petition of C. C. Perkins 16; treasury depart- 
ment 17 

Davis, Herbert C. 

1877, qualified : as member of common council, ward 20 c I 
election contested : petition c 4-report, unseated c 5 

Davis court. 

1871, nuisance : abated a 189 

1876, lamps s petition a 32-ordered a 727 

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1874, widening : petition of Martin Lennon, payment for 

a 639-payment ordered a 690 
1878, claim : Eva V. Plummer a 696 c 703 a 730 c 744 



land, etc. 



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DEBLOIS STREET 



Day, Frederick B., Councilman, "Ward 1. 

1874, qualified : c i 

appointed: committee to nominate superintendents bridges c 5; 

ferries, overseers of poor 13 
remarks : report of overseers of poor c 404; free ferry pusses 446 

1875, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee nominate city messenger, city surveyor 

c6; ferries, overseers of poor 10; nominate auditor 277; railroad 

tracks, E.B. 653 
remarks : water c 55; inspection buildings 428; E.B. high school 

427, 463, 474; control of public institutions 523 ; relocation railroad 

tracks, E.B. 653 

Day, Frederic B., Councilman, Ward 4. 

1877, qualified : c i 

appointed : committee to nominate superintendent of sewers c 6; 
on city surveyor's department, laying out and widening streets 7; 
17th of June 206 

remarks : abolition of 2d assistant assessors c 73, 95 ; salaries city 
officers 140; Old South Church 194; appropriation bill 229, 231; 
public library 275; Mystic-valley sewer 309; Horatio Harris, 
estate for park 320; citizens as laborers 330, 355; contracts with 
tax-payers 333; official report 359, 360; improved sewerage 566; 
inspection of lime 607; personal explanation in regard to refresh- 
ments account 679; Commercial-st. widening S04 

1878, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on streets, improved sewerage, nominate 
superintendent streets c 7 

remarks: joint rules c 13, 14; mill-pond nuisance 63, 64; Hunt- 
ington ave. 329; South Boston branch library 393, 394; duties of 
street and fire commissioners 395, 443, 451, 634, 635 ; police station 
6 407 ; Roxbury canal 43S; police commission 468, 471, 472; widen- 
ing VV. Fourth st. 575 ; Drake's history Roxbury 59S; water supply, 
East Boston 619, 620 

Day, Marcellus, Councilman, Ward 3. 

1870, qualified: c i 

appointed: committee to nominate city solicitor c 10; on im- 
proved sewerage 16; water 17 
elected : director East Boston ferries c 29 a 67 
remarks : Mystic-valley sewer c 53 ; pay of city laborers 400 

Day street. 

1868, repairs: petition a 33 

widening : Leonard Hyde, payment land, etc. a S, 14 
1809, improvement : petition a 121 

1873, stable : Leonard Hyde a 362, 371 

1874, grading : Mary G. P. Stevens, petition payment for damages a 594- 

refused a 623 

Deacon street. 

1871, named : a 340 

1875, edgestones, gutters, macadamizing: ordered a 561 
improvement : petition a 547 

Dead, Disposal of. (See also Granary Burial-ground ; King's 
Chapel Burial-ground; St. Paul's Church.) 

1878, Boston Dental College, petition, modification of order of board of 

health (of Nov. 3, 1S69), relative to deceased persons a 17 

1879, report, and reference to board of health of report on disposition of 

deceased paupers a 72 c 79 

Deaf-Mutes, School for. 

1869, request suitable hall for exhibitions c 10 a 13-order passed to hire 

c 34, 3S a 42; petition, accommodations a 213-referred c 217-report, 
no action a 224 c 229; request for school-room c 252 a 254-order 
to hire, Pemberton sq. a 310-tabled a 311-report, order passed c 324 
a 325 ; request free passes over ferry c 278 a 2S2 

1872, request for additional accommodations c 75 a 77 ; order to furnish c 83, 

89 a 93 
1875, request for better accommodations a 7 c 11; order passed to fit up 
building on Warrenton st. c 23S, 25S a 262 

Dean, Benjamin, Councilman, Ward 12. 

187S, qualified: ci 

appointed: committee on rules and order c 2; nominate water 
board 6; legislative matters, ordinances, harbor 17; nominate 
engineers fire department 8S; 4th July 193; reorganization fire 
department 245 

elected : committee on finance c 5 

remarks : small-pox hospital c 6, 14, 15 ; opening public library 
on Sunday 37; refreshment expenditures 4S, 59, 69; Shaw election 
case 61,70,71; inspection Boston & Lowell depot S5 ; widening 
Federal st. S6; nomination fire engineers S7 ; annexation Brook- 
line 106; election director for public institutions 121; widening 
Water st. 145, 146, 155, 156, 157, 158, 165, 166; salary bill 147; election 
fire engineers 154; widening around post-office 164; City hospital 
175; law department 176, 177, 1S5, 257; common 1S3; police sta- 
tion 12 185; Columbus ave. 192; petition Boston & Providence 
Railway 212; Swett-st. hospital claims 213, 214; neglected chil- 
dren 214; verifying vote 224, 225, 226; 4th July celebration 225; 
revising city charter 234, 437,452; vi-iting fire-engine manufac- 
tories 236; engine-house 25 237; reorganization fire department 
2 44> 364, 379. 3S0, 39°> 39 T > 39 2 > 39^, 4 2 4J purchasing fire apparatus 



Dean, Benjamin, Ward 12, continued. 

264, 265; South Boston flats 267, 275, 276; accommodations for 
insurance brigade 285,286; firing cannon on common 357; pro- 
tecting city hall against fire 362; repairing fire apparatus 375; 
heating apparatus, engine-house 24 416; police commission 417; 
organizing Engine Co. 24 449; records fire department 45c; 
management of fires 450, 451; salaries fire commissioners 461; 
legislative matters 510, 512, 521; free soup 524, 525, 55S; duties 
fire commissioners 539, 540; annexation Brookline 543, 559; relig- 
ious instruction public institutions 556,557; annexation of Win- 
throp 569; thanks to president 571 
1871, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on rules and orders c 3; new post-office 5; 
harbor, ordinance 13; nominate city solicitor 14; 4th July 292; 
investigation of award of printing contract 3S5; funeral N. B. 
Shurtleff 573 

elected : committee on finance c 5 ; director public institutions c 13 
a 19; president pro tem. 404 

remarks : rules c 12; water 25, 34, 61, 274, 275, 293, 294, 295, 350, 
385, 590, 603, 604, 618, 619, 621, 72S, 731, 762; petition Boston 
College 97; salary bill 10S, 110, 131, 132, 160, 162, 17S, 19S, 199, 201; 
death of Charles Sumner 128; sale of land, Eliot St. 130; appro- 
priation bill 145; firemen's salaries 146, 147; appropriation trans- 
fers 159; registrars of voters 159,243,244; annexation 186; Wil- 
son's hotel 187; taking gravel from Long Island 217, 21S; assist- 
ance in law department 229; informal meetings 232, 233, 235; city 
architect 249; salary superintendent streets 249; engine-houses 
Dover and Dartmouth sts. 259, 260; water board 281, 440, 466, 467, 
63S; Mystic sewer 290; health ordinance 363; urinals 446; Austin 
farm 518,520,521,522; fountain Independence sq. 523; plan for 
home for poor 523; nautical school 55S, 566; fast-driving 565, 566, 
63S; water rates 5S7, 588, 589; park commission 593; pumping en- 
gines 602; licensing plumbers 605 ; drainage Mystic basin 617 ; in- 
vestigation of alleged water-supply frauds 633, 635, 637, 702; free 
soup 734; Swett-st. extension 760; purchase of books for law 
department 760; licensing Walcott's hotel a 542 

Dean School-house. 

1877, wood pavement in front of, petition a 146 

1878, stone pavement in front of, order to remove a 38S; petition, wooden 

a 3 SS 

1879, better accommodations, request a 672 

Dearborn place. 

1873, sidewalks : ordered a 201 

1875, lamps : a 261 

1879, trees : removal or pruning a 477 c 4S1 a 511, 517 c 520 

Dearborn School District. 

1868, additional accommodations, request a 49 

1869, order relative to better accommodations in c 137 a 13S 

Dearborn School-house. 

1870, enlargement, request for, referred c 92 a 95 c 98-report, and order 

to procure plans, etc., discussed, referred c 139-non-concurrence 
in reference, order passed, a 143-concurred c 146; report on plans, 
etc., order passed to enlarge a 1S6 c 18S; payment T. Dolan, work 
on lot c 319 a 321 
5 871, repair of furniture authorized c 42, 47 a 50 

1876, resetting wall ordered a 466 

1878, removal of tree on lot, petition a 397 c 407-report, no action neces- 

sary c 616 a 621 

1879, tree in yard, request for pruning a 477 c 481-granted a 517 

Dearborn street. 

1879, sidewalk : petition a 70 

stable : W. E. Woodman a 135, 142 
1871$, railroad : Metropolitan a 247, 260 

widening : M. Lennon, petition payment land, etc. a 26S-pay- 
ment a 316 

1877, watering: ordered a 338 

1878, laying out: notice to quit a 565 

1879, Ituilding : C. Erskine a 208 



sidewalk 
widening 



petitions a 387, 668-ordered a 425 



Deaths. 

Debate. 
1871, 



C. Erskine, payment land, etc. a 334 
(See Births, Marriages, and Deaths.) 



1874, 

J876, 
1877, 



not in order when doubt is being solved c 70a; member giving way 
yields his right to the floor c 315 

member excused from voting cannot take part in a 215 

member's name must not be called in c $22 

not in order when previous question is ordered c 129; not in order 
until paper is read c 140; on main question opened by reconsidera- 
tion c 441 

1878, not in order when previous question has been ordered c 143 ; when 

time has been extended previous question not in order c 68S; not 
in order when vote is being taken c 747 

1879, not in order on appeal c Si, 157; not in order when chair is deciding 

question c 157,247; time allowed fore 475; question may be dis- 
cussed until both affirmative and negative have been put c 530 

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Deblois street, continued. 

1876, edgestones, gutters, sidewalks : ordered a 355 
improvements : petition a 310 

sidewalks : petition a 506-refused a 511 

Debt, City. (See also Finance, — Sinking-Fund.) 

1868, reduction, report relative to (CD. 156) c 84 a 88 

1871, communication from sinking-fund commissioners respecting- a 49 
c S3 

1877, limit of, city solicitor's opinion requested a 588, 590-opinion a 764 

Debtors. 

1876, accommodations for at jail a 466 

Decatur, George W. 

1871, qualified as member common council from ward ijc 1; election con- 
tested c 2 ; report, seat vacated c 3 

Decatur avenue. 

1877, buildings : A. Zeigler a 52 c 58 a 101 c 11S 

Decatur street, Charlestown. 

1875, edgestones, sidewalks: petition a 478-ordered a 517 

side-walk : petitions a 239, 436, 452, 493-ordered a 447, 467, 533 

Decatur street, Dorchester. 
1877, improvements : petition a 594 

Decatur street, East Boston. 

1869, Buildings : J. F. Haynes & Co. a 56; David Irving a 232; William 

Sayward a 161 ; Robert Wright a 101 
edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 11S 

1870, edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 175; schedule a 9 
grading : C. Cook et al., refused damages a 309 
nuisance : abated a 214, 354 

1871, nuisance : abated a 1S9 
sidewalk : schedule, etc. a 40 

1879, nuisance : abated a 164 

railroad : Eastern a 23, 29 

stationary engine: Advocate Printing House a 214, 242 

1874, stable : John Elms a 427, 447, 472, 622, 6S1 

1875, building : W. W. Bennett a 452 c 459, 554 a 559 

1876, lamps : refused a 727 

1877, building : M. Ellis & Co. a 763, 821 
clnini : Isabel Adamson a 334 c 352 

Decisions on Points of Order. 

Declaration of Independence. 

1876, order to purchase bronze medallions of signers, referred c 259 a 261 
order to print and bind copies of c 346 a 347 

Decoration Day. (See Memorial Day.) 

Dedham. 

1876, order for conference with reference to annexation of ward 23, a 633 
c 636-report inexpedient a 727 c 732 

Dedham Line. 

1879, building : Greenwood Fuller a 575, 601 

Dedham street. 

1868, building: Draper & Hall a 22 
grading : petition a 37-ordered a 58 
paving : petition a 49 

1869, building : Owen Russell a 35 
grading: petition a 161, 167 
stable : Owen Russell a 17, 25, 29 

1870, buildings : Win. Collier a 43; F. P. Conant a 14S 
closing : ordered a 304 

edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 209 

land : Galvarj 1 & Currier a 263 c 270, 292 a 295; R. Gill a 273 c 280, 

29S c 29S ; S. W. Merrill c 204 a 207, 230 c 234 
nuisance : abated a 225 
raising : petition a 263 
tenement-liouse : vacated a 248 

1871, land : Robinson Gill c 313 a 319, 330 c 336 

planing-mill : McNeil Bros, order of notice a 109, 134-permita 14* 
sidewalk: schedule, etc. a 45 ™ 

,„~. stable: M.J. Putney a 107; T.J. Whidden a uc 

1873, stable : Draper & Hall a 222, 234 

187J8, land : Ivory Bean c 138 a 140, 152 c 154; G. W. Blake, executors, 

rifJ?! ° 4 '* iHI ? ° 4 2 4i J - S - ? U "'°P c 138 a 140, 152 c 154; Morcon& 
Chesley c 167 a 169, 1S9 c 192; Joseph Rand a S 9 c 96 a 116 c 121 
paving : petition refused a 270 

1874, cellar: A. Curtis a 622, 64^ 
grading : petition a 40 
holstinx-beain 8 Douglas & Graves a 29 
sidewalk : petition a 483 

stables : A. 'Curtis a 100, .25, 140; Holt, Stedman & Co. a «i, 376- 
O .Nute a .00, 140; R. H. Waters a SS9 , 567, 583 ; J. W. Wolcott 
a 115, 140 



(See Parliamentary Law.) 



Dedham street, continued. 

1875, lantern: Draper & Hall a 633, 686 

sidewalks : petition a 355, 547, 574-ordered a 375, 561, 597 
trees : removal a 436, 455 

1876, land : Clark & Leatherbee a 523 c 530 a 553 c 554 
sidewalks : ordered a 5S7 

stable : Ivory Bean a 562, 575 

1877, claim : N. B. Bryant a 759 c 770 

land : H. L. T. Wolcott a 29 c 35 a 56 c 58 

1878, land : Orsamus Nute a 336 c 351 a 39S c 407 

1879, edgestones, sidewalks : ordered a 602 

grading : petition a 325; P. H. McGlynn, petition damage a 1S8- 

payment a 626 
lamps : petition a 402-refused a 438 
land : O. Nute c 701 a 702 c 734 a 739 

Dedham-street District. 

1874, raising grade, order for petition for authority a 525-referred c 533 
a 540-substitutt order c 591 a 594 

Dee, John H., Councilman, Ward 5. 

1877, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate superintendent of common 
and public squares, committee on common and public squares 
c 6; on 17th of June 206 

Deeds. 

1878, confirmation of, ordinance reported and referred c 315 a 319-report, 

new draft c 443-passed c 451-discussed, tabled a 461-passed a 489 
order ratifying and confirming all deeds issued since 1S60, referred 
c 316 a 319-report, order tabled a 398-passed a 489 c 520 

Deeds, Registry of. 

1868, indices of plans, etc., petition a 65-ordered a 76 

1869, indices, petition employment D. S. Gilchrist a 5; classified indices, 
preparation ordered a 86; grantors since 1800, ordered ago; gran- 



tees from commencement to 1S55, ordered 



estates sold for 



unpaid taxes 1843 to 1S69, ordered a 90; plans, ordered a 90; con- 

tinuation ordered a 307 
repairs, ordered a 167 
accommodations,' petition a 3t2-referred to next city council a 328 

1870, indexing, order regulating payments on contract with Amos Smith 

a 268; petition E. S. Rand et als. that Amos Smith be retained 

a 35 2 
accommodations, petition a 14; remonstrances against taking rooms 
from a 273 

1871, additional accommodations, authorized C2I2, 218 a 221 
furniture, ordered a 119 

indices, preparation ordered a 153, 159, 332 

1872, additional accommodations, building hired of Massachusetts His- 

torical Society a 46 
heating apparatus and furniture ordered a 253 c 254, 261 

1873, indices, preparation, ordered a 221 , 418, 565, 567 ; claim of E. Wright 

referred to arbitration a 515 
ordinance, amendment relative to a 372 c 375 a 383 c 390 

1874, assistant register, bond approved a 7 
indices, preparation ordered a 241, 690, 695 

1875, indices, preparation ordered a 7346 

assessors' plans, petition that copies be filed a 752 

1876, indices, preparation ordered a 731 

1877, indices, authorized to estates sold for non-payment of taxes a 491 

1878, register, bonds approved a 592 
indices, preparation authorized a 486, 487 

1879, deeds, petition that first volume be printed a 8S 

indices, request of index commissioners for appropriation for 

classified indices a 698 c 700 
real estate records, petition that records of attachments on real 

estate be transcribed a 48 

Deer Island. (See also Public Institutions.) 

1868, building for pauper girls, resolution relative to erection c 2, J 

1869, water-pipe, order to petition for authority to lay a 67 c 6S, 76 
water supply, communication from directors, referred c 160 a 164- 

report (C.D.85) a 214^-order passed a 221 c 222 
sea-wall, communication from directors c 252 a 254-construction 
ordered a 271 c 272 

1870, water supply, request additional appropriation a 43 c 48-granted 

a 96 c 98 

1871, home for the poor, remonstrance against locating at a 12 c 17 a 18, 20 

c 23 a 38 c 41 
house of correction, order to consider expediency of removing to 

c 55 a 58-report (C.D.63) c 227 
telegraph line, construction ordered c 326, 336 a 339 
1879, bakery, request for appropriation referred a 92 c 96-report, erection 

authorized c 105 a ioS-additional appropriation a 362 c 365 a 387 

c 392 
institutions on, communication from directors (CD. 51) c 150- 

referred c 170 a 175 
adult poor, transfer to Rainsford island authorized c 216 a 21S 
1875, contract for supplying Mystic water annulled a 577 c 590 
1879, house of industry, order passed to procure estimates and proposals 

for materials for additions a 335 c 337 
wharf, request for appropriation for enlarging and repairing re- 
ferred a 74 c 79-granted a 91 c 92 

Defective Tax-titles. 



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DELL AVENUE 



DEVON STREET 



Dell avenue. 

1874, sidewalk : petition a 539-refused a 584 
1877, lamps : petition a 7S1 -gran ted 854 

Delle avenue. 

1879, edgestones : ordered a 573-scheduIe a 699 
grading : petition a 495-ordered a 573 
glitters : ordered a 573 
improvements : petitions a 477, 495 
sidewalks : petition a 495-ordered a 573-schedule a 699 

Dennehy John. 

1875, reward offered for arrest of a 27S 

Dennehy Mary. 

1875, reward offered for arrest of murderer a 278 

Dennis street. 

1808, grading : petition a 33 

1809, buildings : Edwin Adams a 71 ; S. H. L. Pierce a 267 

1872, sewer : petition a 45-order of notice a 260, 264-to build a 2S4 
187:1, sewer: schedule, etc., a 371, 3S4, 39S 

1S74, sewer : assessment changed, Walkins heirs-Huckins heirs a 152; 

order of notice 452, 452-to build 479-schedule, etc. 751 
1875, lamp : petition a 558-report a 754 

sewer : assessment changed Wilson-Creber a 33 
1870, crossing: petition a 603 

edgestones, sidewalks: petition a 523-ordered a 537-schedule, 

etc., a 605 
stable : B. F. Quirk a 248, 262 

1877, stable : F. C. Creber a 29, 102 

1878, edgestones: petition a 513-ordered a 526 
widening: J. M. Pike, payment land, etc. 3752 

1879, edgestones : petitions a 325, 51 1 -ordered a 352, 540 
sidewalks : petition a 622 

widening : 1.. Ware, payment land, etc. a 73 

Denny, George P., Councilman, Wards 9, 10. 

1808, remarks: widening Tremont street c 16; extending courtesies to 

visitors 20; city hall boilers 26; ordinance relating to engineers 
and surveyors department 35; settlement damages Church St. dis- 
trict 4S, 53; wooden buildings ward 12, 52; free concerts 68 ; ex- 
tension Broadway 79-S6 

1809, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on musical festival, harbor, ordinances 
c 10; French cable 178; reception remains of George Peabody2g6; 
excused from serving on committee on musical festival 55 

elected : committee on finance c 4 

remarks : on election of harbnr-master c 32; order to repair dredg- 
ing machine 39, 46; salary bill 53, 61 ; election first assistant as- 
sessors 61 ; Burrill claim 142; bill of Charles R. Train 176; court- 
esies to Harvard boat-club 209; Humboldt festival 211; establish- 
ing board of street commissioners 240; purchase of East Boston 
ferries 251; site for new lunatic hospital 324; extension ot Wash- 
ington st. 332 

1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on state aid c 4; legislative matters 17; 
army and navy monument 3S; reorganization fire department 245 

elected : committee on finance c 5 

remarks : building permits on burnt district c6; small-pox hospital 
15; badges 31 ; opening library on Sunday 36, 37; refreshment ex- 
penditures 4S; lunatic hospital 59; widening Federal St. 85, S6; 
care of public grounds 175; salaries in law department 176, 185; 
police station 12, 1S5; improvement Madison square 203; petition 
of Boston & Providence railway 212; Swett-st. hospital claims 213, 
214,25^; visiting engine manufactories 224, 236, 29S; fourth July 
celebration 225; city stables, Highlands, 235, 240; Parker Hill 
reservoir 235; engine-house ward 5, 237; dignity of common 
council 256; purchase of fire apparatus 264, 265; extension Fayette 
st. and Hayward place 297; engine-house 26, 331 ; reorganization 
of fire department 362, 380, 396, 439; hook and ladder house 4, 390; 
heating apparatus engine-house 24, 416; annexation of Brookline 
435; revising city charter 437; salaries of fire commissioners 460; 
salaries of permanent firemen 476; confirmation of fire commis- 
sioners 477; free soup 487, 525, 558; appropriation for Washington 
park 499, 500; thanks to president 571 

1874, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on rules c 3; nominate trustees city hos- 
pital 6; health 13 
elected : committee on finance c 5; president pro tern. 10 
remarks: park commission c 3; free soup 3, 631,656; Wilson'b 
hotel 23, 60; official name for Brighton 27; fire commissioner's 
report 27 ; disposal old Mather school-house 59; salary bill 107, 
109; engine-house site, Fulton st. 228; informal meetings 232,233, 
234; salaries registrars of voters 344; water 260, 275, 34S, 350, 620, 
675, 704, 705, 729, 730; hospital for contagious diseases 30S, 363, 
364; interest on taxes 323,324,345, 347; report of overseers of 
poor 404; uniting water bonds 419, 422, 440; adjournment for want 
of quorum 43S; urinals 446; new water board 467,46s; death of H. 
B. Barnes 504; water rates 58S; stand-pipe public library 592; 
pumping engine 602; drainage Mystic basin 617; investigation 
alleged frauds water supply 634, 637, 701 ; employment for poor 
659; Swett-st. extension 700 



Denney, Thomas J., Councilman, Ward 12. 

1878, qualified: c 1 

appointed: committee on elections c 2; police, nominate com- 
missioner Cedar Grove cemetery 7 

1879, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on elections c5;to nominate city architect 
11 ; improved sewerage 12; fourth of July 255 

Dent street. 

1870, lamps : petition a 535 

Departments. (See under names of.) 

Derne street. 

1800, buildings: Peterson & Goodwin a 253; Richardson & Young 

a 101 ; F. B. Winter a 213 
1877, widening : Susan R. Eldredge petition payment land, etc. a 569 

Detention, Houses of. (See Institutions, Public.) 

Devens, Hon. Charles. 

1877, vote of thanks for services as orator at dedication army and navy 

monument a 617 c 620 

Devereux, John N., Councilman, 'Wards 4, 22. 

1875, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on elections C2; nominate superintendent 
public lands 6; police 10; nominate overseers of poor 16; convict 
labor 177; centennial celebrations 271; vegetable market 273; 
funeral E. J. Long 690 

remarks : uniting water boards c 175, 212, 232; convict labor 177; 
appropriation bill 198; laborers' pay 22S; Bunker Hill centennial 
234; license commissioners' salaries 255; reorganizing school 
committee 274; granting use of council chamber 2S2; fourth July 
311 ; taking vote by yea and nay 352; naming Lafayette square 393 ; 
license law 400, 401 ; vegetable market 407, 46S, 469; Mystic-valley 
sewer 426, 459, 462 ; control public institutions 522,545; licensing 
plumbers 616; death of E. J. Long 690 

1876, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on credentials c 1 ; elections 5; to nom- 
inate weighers and inspectors of ballast 10; works of art for cen- 
tennial exposition 16; public lands 17; 17th of June celebration 
264; excursion of common council 463; funeral of E. C. Kings- 
bury 627 
remarks : on expenses of committees c 39-42; proposed aboli- 
tion of office of harbor-master 50; Mystic-valley sewer 52, 291, 292, 
5S2 ; vegetable market investigation 69, 143, 151, 222, 330, 333; in- 
spectors of elections 94, 95, 97; election of harbor master 103; 
salaries 10S, 266, 268; Boston water board 122, 439, 440, 45S; ward 
12 contested election 154-156, 171; widening Portland st. 256; 
abolishing department water accounts 265; improved sewerage 
376, 437; paintings in Faneuil Hall 415, 5S4; school-house for 
Washington Village 415, 445; school committee building 435, 436; 
boundary line between Boston and Somerville 457; Marcella-st. 
home 460, 59S; Winthrop railroad 462; fire commissioner 472-474, 
5°S> S3°"S3 2 ' 54°> 54 1 > coroner for county of Suffolk 499, 500, 73 2 > 
reduction of rent of wharf, Albany st. 499; Egleston square 
school-house lot 502, 516-51S; widening South st. 502; visit to 
Sudbury river 515; expenditures for common and squares 530; 
Standard Laundry Machine Company's claim 598; death of E. C. 
Kingsbury 627; designating historic points 691,692; revised or- 
dinances 691 ; right to sound false fire alarms 699 

Devine, James, Councilman, Ward 15. 

1870, qualified: ci 

election : contested c 10-report 16 
appointed : committee on public lands c 10 

1871, qu;< lifted : c 1 

appointed : committee to nominate superintendent streets c 4; 
public lands 10 
1873, qualified : c 1 

appointed : committee on Suffolk-st. district c 4; nominate trus- 
tee's Mt. Hope cemetery 5; public lands 10 

Devine, James, Councilman, Ward 20. 

1879, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee to nominate city architect c u; to nomi- 
nate trustee of Mount Hope cemetery, treasury department 12; 
improved sewerage 621 

Devlin, Thomas H., Councilman, Ward 13. 

1878, qualified: c 1 

appointed : committee on bathing, printing, nominate superin- 
tendent common c 7; treatment of the poor 277 

remarks : water supply c 225 
1870, qualified : c 1 

appointed: committee on bathing, to nominate trustees of city 
hospital, waterc 12; sale of the " Protector" 172; investigation of 
superintendent of public lands 191; death of Alderman Pope 569 

remarks : joint rules and orders c 26; holiday for city employes 
102; superintendent of bridges 201; hiring and discharging of 
laborers 3S2 ; superintendent of public lands 690 

Devon street. 

1879, building : Boston and Albany R.R . c 620, 640 a 641 






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